Sai Vibrionics Newsletter

" Whenever you see a sick person, a dispirited, disconsolate or diseased person, there is your field of seva. " Sri Sathya Sai Baba
Hands Reaching Out

The Answer Corner

Vol 11 Issue 2
March/April 2020

Answer Corner

Question 1: Can you suggest a prophylactic for coronavirus COVID-19, and course of treatment if a patient is suspected to be afflicted with it?

For 108CC box users: CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC4.8 Gastroenteritis + CC9.4 Children’s diseases + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC19.3 Chest Infections chronic + CC19.6 Cough chronic + CC19.7 Throat chronic.

For SRHVP users: NM6 Calming + NM76 Dyspnoea + NM113 Inflammation + BR4 Fear + BR14 Lung +  SM26 Immunity + SM27 Infection + SM31 Lung & Chest + SM40 Throat + SR270 Apis Mel + SR271 Arnica 30C + SR272 Arsen Alb 30C + SR277 Bryonia 30C + SR291 Gelsemium 30C + SR298 Lachesis + SR301 Mercurius 30C + SR302 Nux Vom 30C + SR306 Phosphorus 30C + SR385 Eupatorium Perf + SR406 Sabadilla 30C + SR505 Lung.

The dosage in both cases is the same: OD on waking, as preventive; TDS in case of suspected infection (mild symptoms such as a slight cough). For a patient diagnosed with COVID-19, one dose every hour for 6 doses, followed by 6TD, reducing slowly on improvement. Any allopathic treatment should be continued and NOT discouraged at any time.

For further details, refer to the “In Addition” section.


Question 2: Should we use gloves while making a nosode?

Answer 2: Gloves may be worn as a precaution. At the outset, advise the patient to bring the body discharge such as urine, sputum, or pus, in a vial, which has been washed on the outside after taking the sample. To avoid contamination of the sample well or infection to the practitioner, you should wrap the sample bottle in a plastic wrap eg, cling film, before placing it in the sample well. Always return the sample to the patient for safe disposal.


Question 3: Is it possible to charge in SRHVP machine my crystal pendant which is held in a metal wire surround?

Answer 3: Our view has always been NOT to put a metal object in either well, just in case the metal has iron in it which may adversely affect the magnet in the SRHVP over a long period of time. In this case the metal around the pendant may disturb the vibration going into crystal but it will not affect the SRHVP adversely.


Question 4: How to ensure that ego does not enter stealthily and take hold on us while doing seva?

Answer 4: We may not know when ego makes its entry and takes charge of us quietly. But the habit of praying every morning before starting the day as well as before starting to interact with the first patient, followed by regular introspection, will help us get rid of it one day. The prayer should be with a sense of surrender to the Lord to make us His humble instruments. Remember the prayer given in the 108CC book in the Introduction: “We pray that we be pure channels of Your Love, Light, and Healing Energy so that we may help those who come to us today.”  We should remind ourselves every day that vibrionics is a medium and an opportunity for our spiritual evolution. The message of Swami given in the title page of manuals as well as the 108CC book, will keep us grounded. It is good to display this message prominently somewhere and internalise it daily.


Question 5: Can I treat for suspected cancer even before diagnosis?

Answer 5: Yes, you can, and include remedy for the involved organ also. The beauty of vibrionics remedies is that they are prophylactic and start acting on the etheric body even before symptoms appear at the physical level. Refer to our newsletter vol 10 #6, Answer Corner Q5, on preventive dosage for cancer.


Question 6: How to treat a patient for thyroid when it is not known whether it is hyper or hypo-thyroid?

 Answer 6: In the absence of a diagnostic report, symptoms and their cause when known, guide us in choosing the most appropriate combo. It will help to read the health article on thyroid in our newsletter vol 10 #6.


Question 7: While putting the first pill into the mouth of the patient, what to do if the cap of the bottle touches the tongue or the saliva falls on practitioner’s finger? 

Answer 7: You should always put the first pill in patient’s mouth and maintain a little distance to avoid such contact. If the hand still touches the tongue, simply wash your hands thoroughly. If you are unable to put the pill from a distance, the cap with the pill may be given to the patient to put the pill himself.


Question 8: Will habitual inhaling of camphor vapour every morning by a patient interfere with the vibrionics remedy being taken by him?

Answer 8: The strong smell of camphor inhaled is likely to interfere with the vibration of the remedy. Its smell remains for a long time; so, it is used in moth balls to keep away insects. Either the patient can by choice suspend inhaling camphor while he is under vibrionics treatment or give a gap of at least an hour between such inhalation and the remedy.