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Don’t Take Words Literally

Mummy commented: “I thought Naran was a very humble man but looks like he is a hypocrite after all!! Typical Indian mentality”: http://wp.me/pwhm3-1q

Naran S Balakumar

Go beyond the meaning of the word

You don’t know what you know! Know what you don’t know!!

Every word in every language is sacred.

Go beyond any word “uttered”.

Every word will reveal its hidden message given by the divine at that time, if you mediate on that word.

Outwardly the word’s meaning is different. Inwardly, it has a different objective meaning.

Every word used in life has two purposes:

  1. Communication
  2. Inner Divine Message to the listener

After reading the comment by Mummy…

I was chanting “Hypocrite” for over 10 minutes.

I opened a dictionary for understanding the meaning beyond this word.

The meaning reminded me of Gita – He, who restrains his organs of action but continues to indulge in mind brooding over the objects of sense, is considered a man of false conduct(chapter 3 Sloka 6).

Another facet of Rock Water and Chestnut Bud

After reading this, I have found another facet of Bach flower remedy ROCK WATER and CHESTNUT BUD.

This reveals a new aspect of flower Rock Water.

It is immaterial whether one carries out his desires through (senses) action or not.

Rock water is needed for person who is brooding or indulging in thoughts of vice – sexual thoughts even though outwardly they are not doing the action.

Mental indulgence in sex happens mainly in two phases – old age and adolescence.

For restraining masturbation and looking at pornography pictures take the remedies ROCK WATER and CHESTNUT BUD.

Rock Water can be considered for people who deny themselves any pleasure in actions.

My salutations to Rock water and Chestnut bud!!!

Thank you Mummy for using the “word” Hypocrite on Indians.

Thank you Divine Mother for your grace.

The reason why Chestnut bud is also considered here will be discussed in next communication. 

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Doing well in Exams

Nivedita

My son is in class five…a very intelligent boy but unable to score high marks in exams…what should I do?

Naran

Intelligent boy not scoring marks –

Is there any fear of exam? (MIMULUS)

Does he forget during exam but remember after the exam? (SCLERANTHUS)

Or is he going blank and forgetting the answer? (WHITE CHESTNUT)

Or does he not have enough time? (ELM)

Or feeling shaky while reading the question paper? (RESCUE REMEDY)

Or making silly mistakes and getting fewer marks. (IMPATIENS)

Is he sitting to study putting the required efforts? (OAK)

Or not sitting to study in the house? (CHESTNUT BUD)

Nivedita

I think he has got fear of exams, because he does errors in the paper, same questions he answers correctly at home….similarly in maths too…all the sums are right at home.

But in school he makes silly mistakes and thus scores less. He does study what is required for his age or class, no problem in that.

Naran

These questions were given to you with the intention that you will get the answers from him.

Ask him, get the answers from him and then ascertain whether he has got fear or forgetfulness.

Nivedita

As guided by you, I spoke to him.

He says he panics whenever he gets the test paper, fears that he will be unable to complete it. So, it is fear actually.

Naran

Then give him flower remedies RESCUE REMEDY and LARCH (confidently to handle the paper) on the dates of all examinations.

Put 6 to 7 pills of above flower remedies in water and make sip every half hour. He can take the bottle to the exam also. Water can be 300 to 500 ml.

Secret to find the lost objects

Rashmi

On commenting about the book, “Find Your Life Answers using Bach Flower Remedies”, information about which is available in: http://naranhealingproducts.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/new-book-of-secrets/

Dear Naran,

This book on Bach flower remedy and the other one “The Bach Flowers for Children” are just superb. I am getting great benefits from them. I had just finished reading those books.

My friend who had come to Mumbai for shopping for her son’s wedding from Goa left her bag containing all the heavy saris worth more than 50K on the road a few buildings away from where I stay.

As she reached Goa by flight she realized and called me up to check around. She had lost all her hopes.

In this book it was given to chant CERATO, CHESTNUT BUD, and ROCK WATER. I kept on chanting while my husband went down the lane to enquire if anyone has found the bag.

She had forgotten the bag around 1 pm and we were looking out for the bag at around 4.30 pm. She had lost all hope. But the chanting helped and we found the bag intact. She was very happy.

Thanks to you Naranji.

Naran

Cerato: You will be searching for the lost object, enquiring everybody in sight. It will prove to be a good remedy when you are searching for an article in web, a good doctor, or an address.

Rock water, Chestnut Bud: is a good combination when you lose something or when you don’t want to lose something. You can then pray to these remedies.

Find the ENERGY to get your things DONE

MR GB

My age is 43 years. Presently I am taking homeopathic treatment for Spondylolysis.  My Spondylolysis is now almost 75% cured successfully. 

Though, I am having a  sound sleep at night for 6 – 7 hours (i.e. 11.15 to 6), I feel sleepy during day time, with great yawning in house as well as in office, especially while writing, reading, thinking about whatever it may be and trying to analyze what I understood etc. 

Due to this problem, being a stenographer, I am facing many hurdles in my work like waste of time, typographical mistakes due to naps which are not controllable etc. I have no other problems like sugar, B.P., gastric troubles, and ulcers.

I also tend to forget such things suddenly for example, names of the persons, what work I shall do at that time etc. 

Naran

Take the Bach Flower Remedies OAK GENTIAN HORNBEAM

Explanation

Oak, Gentian and Hornbeam:  a good combination that helps to get things done (completed).

Gentian: not being happy about his current life situation

Hornbeam: feeling mentally tired through the day

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