I feel sad to see the very depending on spectacles for vision?better vision. I heard over the radio about the recovery of a taxi driver’ vision & good health, in Singapore.This man had diabetes & blood pressure & the cause for him oneday while driving to lose his vision suddenly.He did go to the hospital & taken medication but to no avail.Then on his grandma’s adviced him to fry in a little oil curry leaves(the Tamils use in cooking),Seeragam(Cummin seeds) &sukku(dry ginger,which can be bought from the grocery). The measurement wasn’t given. Powder the 3 and eat with plain rice with a little ghee added, twice a day.He was told not to eat meat,eggs etc during this time. His diabetes & bp are no more & he has regained his vision & feels 20 years younger,he said.He also takes the Vallaarai leaves(like the gingko leaves). Unlike western medication with side effects but the above herbs are often the norm in the daily Indian cooking. Swami please submit this so everyone can benefit.Aum Namasivaya
Welcome Bhajana!! Such a beautiful photo in such wonderful company. May your taskforce period be filled with great inner and outer accomplishments. So happy to see that your have taken this step to be of service. May blessing flow continuously on your path.Aum Shanti
Sorry Banjana,I got carried away yesterday! You are a lovely boy from a very beautiful family devoted to Gurudeva, Satguru Bodhinatha & the Aadheenam. You are blessed to be in the company of The Wise, who are devoted to Almighty God Siva.All the best to you while serving there as taskforcer.
Please forgive me if I mentioned anything unpleasant.
Thank you Sarasvathiji for this remedy.God sends us help in many forms and at seemingly strange times or places but as we know there are no accidents in the universe. I have copied your information to send to friends who may need it. i will also keep it in my collection for me to pass on to my children. My mother gave me many Island remedies using herbs and I have shared with many but now I realize I must make a written record because many of our people in my island are going only to medical doctors and the natural cures are being forgotten.
Bhajana’s visit has opened a way to enlighten me futher. Anbe Sivamayam Satyame Parasivam
Bodhinatha continues with his weekly series of commentaries on The Path to Siva. In this past Sun One talk, he elucidates the four key beliefs in Hinduism, the three pillars of Sanatana Dharma and Gurudeva's three stages of faith. Primary to Hinduism is the key belief that God is within each of us. To have a well-rounded understanding and experience of Hinduism, to make spiritual progress, adhyatma vikasha, we need scripture, humility, temple worship, devotion. To fully experience God we need the guru to give the spark for meditation and deeper wisdom.