Gastric Problems

Disorders of digestive system, constipation and aridity of gastric juices give rise to many gastric problems one of them is flatulence. Gas is produced in the alimentary canal and causes a feeling of discomfort when the gas instead of taking the downward course pushes upward. If the pressure of this accumulate gas is directed towards the heart one feels pressure upon the heart and suffocating effects are produced. When this gas is directed towards the head it results in migraine or sinusitis. If it is directed towards the arms, hands starts aching and tingling is experienced. If it remains accumulated in the gullet it causes a feeling of heart burning and results in sneezing a lot and dullness. If this gas remains accumulated in the duodenum and intestines and is not treated in time many diseases of liver and intestines result.

For treatment of Flatulence, Colic pains, Gripes, Appendicitis, Diarrhea, weakness of intestines and other ailments of alimentary canal take a bottle made of yellow glass make it yellow coloured by wrapping a transparent in yellow cellophane. Fill 3/4th of this bottle with boiled water and secure it with a cork tightly. Place this water filled bottle in the sun and let it remain there till 3-4'o clock in the afternoon. Take a spoon-full of water from this bottle in the evening and by dissolving yellow food colour in it make ink to write the following inscription on three porcelain plates


Wash one plate with water treated with the sun rays and make the patient to drink this water half an hour before the dinner. Wash of second plate is to be taken half an hour before the breakfast and the third before the lunch. Treatment is to be continued till complete recovery.


Spiritual Healing


All the stages of man's life are lived in small fragments of time equaling to a tiny fraction of a second, Whole life of man, even if exceeds hundred years, keeps on dividing into these fractions of time called moments. It is worth considering that in order to live this life man keeps on joining these fractions of tune in his mind and the very same fragments are put to use. In our thinking which resembles a whirl-pool of fragments of time either we advance from one segment of time to another or revert back from the one to another one.