Q1. For bedsores, I would like to make a nosode using the sweat of a patient. Would that be effective? When there is discharge from the bedsore, would a nosode from this be more effective?
A Bedsore is a form of injury to the skin and underlying tissue resulting from prolonged pressure on the skin. Since sweat is fluid coming from the skin, it may be used to make a nosode but the best way to treat the injury is to give CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions orally as well as for application on the site of the bedsore. The next best way is to take a swab of the discharge from the bedsore and make a nosode from it. Also, it is important to clean and dress the wound, along with reducing pressure on the sore by frequent changes in position.
Q2. While making a remedy in SRHVP using cards, I want to place Swami’s photo in the sample well in order to invoke His blessings. Is it advisable and will it work?
A. You may well be aware that the SRHVP has been amply blessed by Swami, also several times in the interview room. It is therefore not necessary to place Swami’s photo in the SRHVP. Prayers emanating from a pure heart (remember intensity of prayers is very important) during remedy preparation is the best way to invoke His blessings.
3. I understand from a recent scientific study that the invisible aura around a person is affected during an illness. Can we cleanse this aura by spraying a vibro remedy and if so, which vibration would be appropriate?
A. First, just a little background: This Q is referring to a recent study published in the journal “Science”, which suggests that humans exhibit an invisible aura of air-purifying molecules produced when ozone in the air comes in contact with the oil in our skin. The study found that these molecules, called OH radicals, have been analyzed earlier when they were made by sunlight and are known to neutralize toxic molecules. However, this is the first time that scientists discovered OH radicals made by humans themselves. The source of these molecules is a compound called squalene, which is known to keep our skin supple. It’s important to note that this study is still in its early stages and more research needs to be done to understand the implications of this discovery. While it’s fascinating to think about the potential benefits of this aura, since the OH radicals purify the air around the body, it’s important to remember that we don’t yet know if it could have any negative effect on our health.
Coming back to your query, cleansing a person’s aura is no different to treating the person with a remedy. Hence yes, you can spray a remedy appropriate for the person’s illness to cleanse the aura. In fact, a two-prong approach would be more effective. In other words, do both - give the remedy orally as well as spray on the body.
Q4. When should we ideally start treating women for menopause? What factors should we keep in mind?
A. A woman is said to be in menopause after she has gone through one full year without menses. A small number will experience menopause as early as age 40 or as late as their late 50s. Initially, the periods usually start becoming irregular. The most commonly experienced symptoms are hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, breast soreness, vaginal dryness, reduced libido, fatigue, thinning hair, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance, weight gain, joint/muscle pain. Some may experience headaches, tingling extremities or electric shocks due to hormonal fluctuations, or memory lapse. We may start treatment when any of these symptoms are accompanied by irregular menses as soon as a woman reaches the age of menopause, typically 45 to 55.
Q5. Can I potentise vibhuti and add this vibration to all my remedies to make them more powerful?
A. If your intention is to include Swami’s protection then SM2 Divine Protection will be the appropriate card. It is not necessary to potentise vibhuti. It may also have some other vibrations depending on how this was prepared and handled. If the patient is Baba’s devotee and he so desires then the remedy itself can be made in vibhuti.