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I don‘t want to be on medication

ANUSHKA

I have pain in chest (left side), did ECG, which came out normal.

I have bloating and burping problem since last 4 days. Whenever I eat, the pain increases for some time and then subsides, but is still present.

Dr. says I have GERD and gastritis. Is there is any mantra for relief?

I am 31 years old and planning for a baby (not yet pregnant).

Don‘t want to be on medication for rest of my life.

Naran

Don’t decide on anything. What you don’t want will come to you.

Chant “WU CHI JO” for 15 minutes after taking food.

When you have bloating problem be in Chin Mudra.

ANUSHKA (after 10 days)

I would like to mention that your mantra “WU CHI JO” has started to show effect (within 3 days) as I have less bloating, less chest pain, and sometimes no bloating at all.

I will keep on chanting the mantra. It’s a huge relief.

Enhance your happiness skills-set

When we try to control, we lose control

In our lives, we have so much of likes and dislikes.

We have so much of desires too – desire to control the event, desire to change the other person etc.

Why there is always disharmony in us?

It is because we always have the desire to control or change other person.

There is desire for approval too.

We are leading our lives for the sake of others.

Even though we are fully secured, we want to save money. There is no limit for needs and desires.

If I like I will move with that person and if I do not like that person I will move away from him.

Whatever event comes to me then I decide that it should happen in a certain way and try to frame that event.

I always resist what is given to me.

I am afraid that I will be joyful and happy

Can we be without these desires?

Whatever the course the life takes let it take.

Can I watch my life myself like I watch the waves of the sea? Why I am not able to do this?

What is preventing me from observing my own life?

Because I fear that I may get back joy and innocence. Whatever the joy and innocence I had when I was five years old, I fear that I might get that back.

Though we are seekers of joy and happiness, we are not the seekers of innocence.

Is it possible to get childlike happiness?

For that there is a mantra. That is NAMASHIVAYAM.

This should be chanted in sets of five.

As I chant this mantra continuously all my desires turn into ashes.

The fear of death or the feeling of insecurity will go off.

I will come to know that I am nothing but Shiva, the ever-happy person.

Shiva means Mangalam, the person who is truly happy.

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