I feel blessed to be writing to you around the time of Easwaramma day. Mother Eswaramma is the hallmark of love, compassion, and selfless service. She was a shining role model and a beacon of hope for many who sought solace in her as Swami’s chosen earthly mother. For all those aspiring to grow spiritually and in their vibrionics service, there is an ocean of lessons to learn from her saintly life in delivering unsullied love through service, especially during these unprecedented times while dealing with havoc being wreaked by Covid-19.
Swami said “Develop spiritual outlook and treat the patients with love and care and make them happy and healthy. Without God’s Grace, even the pulse cannot beat. You are under the mistaken notion that mere medicine can cure a disease. If that were the case, what happened to all those kings and rich men who had access to the best medical facilities? So, along with medicine, one should have Divine Grace too. Medicine and Divine Grace are like negative and positive, respectively. A disease can be cured only when both these come together. So, along with taking medicine, one should also pray for Divine Grace.”…Sathya Sai Speaks vol 34 Disc 2, 19 Jan 2001. This is a very pertinent message for all of us – patients and practitioners alike – as we deal with the second wave of this grueling pandemic.
The new double mutant variant of the Covid-19 virus has many nations in the grip of a public health emergency. The situation is especially grave in India. We need to collectively redouble our efforts to reach out to the masses with the Immunity Booster IB. We have received encouraging reports from the field relating to the efficacy of IB – very few infections have been reported amongst those who have been taking IB regularly vs. those who have not taken IB. We have also observed that increasing the dosage results in overcoming the infection quickly. There’s no doubt that the faith of the practitioner and their overall mindset/attitude towards wellness plays a key role in their patients developing faith in vibrionics.
We gratefully acknowledge the efforts of vibrionics practitioners who have risen to the occasion and are selflessly serving beyond the call of duty (promised hours of seva). Some have been providing 24/7 counselling to those who are panicking, some are broadcasting remedies to those who cannot be given remedies physically, and others are delivering not only vibrionics remedies but other medicines and supplies as needed. We beseech you all to continue adhering to rules of social distancing and taking necessary precautions while serving those in need.
I am delighted to share with you that our “Spread the Word” campaign has been a roaring success. In the past two months there have been some significant initiatives, the foremost being the inauguration of a vibrionics clinic at the Sai International Centre in New Delhi (see the In Addition section for more details) and the other being the launch of two clinics in Bangalore championed by the Karnataka team. One clinic is at a residential home that provides much-needed medical care (including prosthetics, surgeries) to the physically challenged, and treatment to people with mental health disorders, and life-threatening illnesses. The doctor and nurses here are very receptive to vibrionics treatment. Our team treated 52 psychotic patients in March. Due to the present Covid restrictions, they could not hold a camp in April; nevertheless, they provided IB to 55 patients. The second clinic is at a free school with 500 students (60 of whom are boarders) from poor families. These children are given free counselling in addition to vibrionics remedies. Another important update in this regard is the streamlining of the procedure for providing IB to all the sevadals that arrive in Prashanti Nilayam. We are also receiving an increasing number of requests for IB through our website and from our regular patients who are keen to provide it to their relatives and friends. In the last month alone, we have administered IB to a total of 35,424 recipients. The total IB recipients in the past one year is 362,408.
Taking advantage of the current stay-indoors situation, our virtual networking amongst practitioners has gained impetus. Senior practitioners in Andhra and Telangana, under the guidance of their Coordinator 11585, have started virtual monthly meetings to share, support, and enrich their knowledge. Their meetings include presentations by practitioners with medical backgrounds to explain how different body systems function, discussions on relevant case histories, and resolving practitioner queries. Bi-monthly meetings on similar lines are already being held since Dec 2019 by Tamil Nadu practitioners. The first virtual US and Canada Refresher seminar was held for 20 practitioners over a two half-day session on 6 & 7 March 2021. Virtual interactions have brought the practitioners closer together and also created a nice synergy in the group. At the conclusion of the refresher, many practitioners hailed the initiative as being inspiring, uplifting, and energizing. They identified the need to create a more cohesive platform for collaborating with their peers and set up a Microsoft Teams virtual closed network for practitioners from the two countries. This network will encourage collaboration amongst practitioners and will ease communication amongst them with regard to suggestions, questions, results and other information based on their knowledge and experience.
In March 2021, less than ten months since the launch of our redesigned website, we crossed a milestone of 10,000 hits. We received several suggestions from visitors to enhance the content and features of the website. This is keeping our IT team plenty busy! In the spirit of continuous improvement and innovation, an integral part of our organisation’s DNA, we welcome more suggestions from practitioners in this regard. Please send your proposals and feedback to IT Wing at [email protected].
In conclusion, I wish all the practitioners immense success in all your endeavours towards curbing the spread of Covid-19. Please stay safe and keep marching forward with GODFIDENCE.
In loving service to Sai
Jit K Aggarwal