Get a Clear Eye Sight
James had an eye pressure somewhere between 22 and 25 for the last 3 years. He was not able to see properly. He came to see me in February 2006. He was in for an operation and the doctor had said that he cannot guarantee the eye sight even after the operation.
James asked me to do something so that there will be no operation. At that time he was able to see very little. Because the doctor could not give a guarantee for eye sight even after the operation there was a fear in James.
Hence, I prescribed Bach flower MIMULUS and along with that I also gave him THAZHAMPU (Fragrant Screw Pine) aroma to be kept near the bed and I advised him to inhale it whenever he passes the room.
A fortnight afterwards he telephoned me and told me that the eye pressure has become normal, no surgery is required and he has got a very clear eye sight now.
Surgery Safety & Auto(matic) Fare
Surgery Safety I
Sita had some post-surgery problem. She was on a tour. She was worried whether they will complete the tour. Therefore, she chanted, “Find Divine Order Be Now Done”. The tour went on well as she did not have any problems.
“Be” means be healthy
For any health problems, we can chant this combination.
Surgery Safety II
A Lady admitted in the hospital. She was afraid she has to undergo a surgery. Her daughter chanted (Bach Flower Remedy) Mimulus for three days. No operation scheduled. They expected the doctor’s fee to be Rs 10,000/-. Instead, the doctor demanded only 6000.
The remedy Mimulus used to work for dealing with India Auto Rickshaw Drivers too. Now it looks like this will work for hospitals too, as they charge exorbitantly these days.
Auto (matic) Fare
We were looking for an Auto Rickshaw. We need a drop. We came across an old driver who was asking for Rs 150/-, which is 50 rupees more than the normal fare. He was also fussy.
I remembered Naran S. Balakumar’s words that we have to show our attitude of gratitude towards the drivers instead of cursing them. Therefore, I offered my thanks to the auto rickshaw driver, for not letting me to take a long walk in the hot sun and saving my time too during the process.
I chanted “Mimulus” and SwitchWord “Thanks” several times. The driver remarked that because he is hungry he would not be able to offer us a drive. Immediately somebody turned up and asked for the right amount – one hundred rupees.
Please note the above case histories were discussed during the Monthly Meet, April 2009.