This time in August I was able to do even more. I was able to move a round crystal called an Atma Linga, with my mind. It moved about 6 inches on a flat surface during a specific meditation that went on for 42 minutes. This meditation was also all about being in oneness with the world and with the crystal in particular. Paramahamsa Nithyananda describes it this way “You are in oneness over the object and at that point it becomes an extention of you, just as your hand is an extension of you.”
Indian Gooseberry Arginine Search form Haritaki or Harde Whole is a plant that is widely used throughout the Indian subcontinent. Its scientific name is Terminalia chebula. It grows at altitudes of over 1800 meters above sea level and is a moderately small plant. It grows to about 2.5 meters tall, it is one of those plants that have been used for many centuries as a common household cure. It takes an important place in the culture and medicinal practices of ancient India. It is related to the turmeric and the roots and fruits of the plant are used.

– Essentials oils can be used to help stimulate the Pineal Gland and facilitate states of spiritual awareness, meditation, astral projection, etc. Good essential oils for Pineal Gland purposes include: Lavender, Sandalwood, Frankincense, Parsley, Davana, Pine, Pink Lotus, and Mugwort (excess use of Mugwort has a neurotoxin effect if inhaled directly, so be careful!). Essential oils can be inhaled directly, burned in a diffuser or nebulizer, and added to bath water.

Haritaki Fruit Powder (Terminalia Chebula) is a traditional rejuvenative used to cleanse and nourish the bodily tissues. Balancing for all doshas, especially Vata. The deciduous Haritaki tree grows at an altitude of 1,800 meters. The round tree is crowned and braches spread out, with a diameter of 1.5 to 2.5 meters. The long ovate leaves are acute, in opposite pairs about 10 to 20 cm long. The flowers are dull white with spikes and can be found at the end of the branches. The fruit is hard and yellowish green in color. Each fruit has a single seed that is light yellow in color. The tree can be found in the sub Himalayan tracks, from Ravi to West Bengal and in the deciduous forests of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam and Maharashtra. It is known as haritaki, abhaya and pathya in Sanskrit; harad in Hindi; hirada in Marathi; alalekaayi in Kannada; kadukkai in Tamil; horitoky in Bengali; xilikha in Assamese and karakkaya in Telugu.
Haritaki is a large tree that grows throughout the deciduous forests of Southern Asia and Sri Lanka. According to folklore, the first haritaki tree sprouted after a drop of amrit, the eternal nectar, dropped from the heavens upon the earth (well of course “the divine fruit” would have such an ethereal creation!).3 Ayurveda uses the small green fruits of the haritaki tree, and harvesting these is no small feat. It requires a skilled tree climber to shimmy up the tall trunk, sack in hand, and hand-pick each fruit.4
– Avoid all things fluoride: Tap water, cooking with tap water, fluoridated toothpaste, inorganic fruits and vegetables, showers with out filter, red meat, and any sodas and artificial food and drinks. I know how difficult it can be to stick to only organic fruit and vegetable but it is important to start where you are and begin to make those changes where it is possible.
In this discourse delivered on 30 August 2017, Paramahamsa Nithyananda reveals deeper truths about the Spiritual Alchemy science called ‘Aushada’. Aushada is one of the 3 methods through which Sadāshiva opens up the possibilities of manifesting all the powers, manifesting all the states of Consciousness and exploring dimensions of the Universe. Aushada can be herbal combinations; combination of herbs Prana, cosmic force energies, ultimately the Shaktipada of Sadashiva. Watch, share and like the video’s and Subscribe to our channel to be notified of the next upload.
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