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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Increasing “Synchronicity.” Users report being able to think about a future event they want to have happen, and miraculously events appear as if by magic. With greater clarity of goals users have increasing laser-type focus on that which they wish to manifest, while having the wisdom to be positive contributors to humanity. Commonly reported events: Manifestation of money that defies logic and life circumstances, increased health and emotional well being, going from shyness to dynamic public speakers, a rapport with the world that suddenly expresses their wishes such as: unexpected airline upgrades to first class, finding the right business partnerships, manifesting the house of their dreams and the job they desire.

Following your natural circadian rhythm is necessary to awaken the third eye. That means you should mostly wake up at sunrise and go to sleep a few hours after the sunset. Your body then knows how to maintain a high level of energetic stability. If, however, you’re glued to your laptop, the TV screen or your mobile device, you can disrupt this natural flow of energy (especially if you do it right before going to sleep).
4.0 mg of methanol extract, dissolved in ethanol, was loaded onto the Sephadex LH 20 column (GE healthcare) (30×4 cm with i.d. 2 cm) and fractionation was conducted by successive elution of sample with increasing concentration of methanol (0, 5, 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100%) in ethanol (100 ml of each solvent). Individual fractions (F1–F7) were dried at 30°C and re-suspended in 1 ml of methanol. Phytochemical analysis of the fractions was done for the presence of terpenoides, flavonoids, saponins, tannins and alkaloids [46]. The fraction that inhibited the production of violacein pigment in biosensor CVO26 [47] was used for further work.
Terminalia chebula is medium to large sized deciduous tree growing up to height of 25-30mt and diameter of trunk of this tree is 1mt. This plant matures with numerous branches and rounded crown. Bark of this medicinal plant is dark brown in color with longitudinal cracks. Leaves are oval or elliptic, 7-8cm long, alternate or sub opposite in direction with a petiole of 1-3cm. These are oblique and unequal at the base and have 5-8 pairs of veins. Fruit of this plant is ovoid drupe, broad, blackish and have five longitudinal ridges. Flowers have dull white to yellow color with strong and unpleasant odor. Its flowers are hermaphrodite and fruits are yellow to orange-brown in color. Flowering of this Indian medicinal plant appears between April and August and plant bears fruits from November to January.

Haritaki consists of ingredients which are recognized to have healing properties including anticancer, antibacterial, antidiabetic and anti-oxidant properties. Haritaki is very nutritious containing essential vitamins, minerals, and proteins. It is a source of vitamin C, manganese, selenian, potassium, iron and copper. It also contains plant chemicals like – tannic acid, gallic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and behenic acid.
Data on this medicinal plant is available in all Ayurvedic classics as well as in the Nighantus and works on the materia medica of Ayurveda. The details of the plant are also mentioned in Tibetan literature and various floras of medicinal plants. It is found throughout India up to an altitude of 1500 m.[1] Fruit rind is used as medicine and is one of the ingredients in Triphala (three myrobalans). This plant is used externally in wound healing, fungal infections, inflammations of the mucous membrane of the mouth, and internally as a rejuvenative, astringent, purgative, stomachic, and laxative. It is useful in asthma, piles, and cough.[2,3]
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