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Unpack your anger

Sathya

My husband’s acupuncturist says his liver is heated too much. What does it indicate? He asked him to put liver pack daily.

Naran

Anger, rage and unconnected with parents

Sathya

My husband is frustrated about his parents. How to overcome this?

My father-in-law has two wives. He lives with his 2nd wife and showing no attention to my husband’s family.

Naran

It is not his concern. “Judging the father, and getting angry as well as feeling frustrated is not required; you go on your own way, without being angry with him” is the message for him from his BODY.

Ask him to do the forgiving exercise (regarding his father).

Ask him to chant “BE TINY CONCEDE CLEAR REVERSE LOVE NOW” daily 108 times for one year.

Sathya

I am sorry to say this. He is not into chanting but he will take pills.

So can you pls suggest flower remedies for him and I will try to make him chant the above words.

Naran

He has to chant. There is no alternative.

Give him BEECH, WALNUT, HOLLY and CHERRY PLUM to tolerate and stop judging, release the anger and to bear without resisting.

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Can women find solutions to the problems they face?

Rushrush

Can we women find a complete solution to recurring gyneac problems e.g. UTI, yeast infections, pelvic inflammatory disease, urinary incontinence, uterus prolapse or weak pelvic muscles.

Like one mantra to solve all these problems!!

I would appreciate your guidance as I am sure this would be a common problem for most women.

Naran

Your question though puzzling, is quite interesting. All these gyneac and their symptoms have only one common thread: “Unable to accept the gender or sexuality in which one is born”.

It is there in most of the women.

These gyneac problems suggest that the fairer sex is not accepting or constantly resisting her role as a female.

Message from the body

For women’s urinary tract infections: one is too much attached with her parents – unable to detach and relate well with the in-laws. It could be either homesickness or comparing the in-laws with their parents.

Uterus prolapse: total denial and resistance to the menstruation cycles.

Pelvic inflammation: rigidity in the relationship with the husband.

Weak pelvic muscles: inability to accept and love oneself; total denial of what is happening; or feeling powerless.

Urinary incontinence: the mind constantly worries and wants to go back to the child state. Wanting to be taken care off.

Mudra for healing

The following Hara Mudra can help all the women in general:

Right hand thumb touching ring and little fingers. Left hand touching middle finger and ring finger

Be in this Mudra and chant, “I OPEN up myself to the LOVE, BEAUTY and GRACE of the DIVINE”.

 

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