Thursday, 16 July 2015

Read somewhere, Like to share.... The wounded self is the part of you that feels incomplete. It questions your worth & value; it doesn’t feel whole, or it feels flawed in some way. My wounded self is the “little me” who wonders if I’m truly lovable. It’s never happy. We’ve all felt disappointed or hurt by a relationship in the past; we carry the memory of this wound into adulthood (sometimes unconsciously). If a wound from childhood is still active within you, you’ll attract people who are going to highlight the same feeling. For example, if your wounding is centered around feeling rejected or unseen, it’s likely that you’ll feel a similar way in your relationships as an adult. Your unconscious is programmed to attract people who activate your wounds. The reason for this is so you’ll grow. This is a frustrating part of the growth process! But think of it this way: You’re replaying your wounds so you can finally heal them. We cannot heal anything we don’t feel or see; we can’t heal things that are unconscious! The uncomfortable feeling has to come to the surface for you to grow beyond it. And how do you grow beyond it? By identifying with your higher self. Remember, your higher self is the part of you that knows the truth about you. It knows that you are worthy, amazing, capable & powerful. Through the lens of the higher self, you are whole. Yes, you’re an imperfect human with flaws; but the larger truth is: you’re a soul. You’re beautiful. You’re important. You’re special. You’re love. This is what the higher self knows about you — & it wants you to know it, too. By identifying with your higher self (the love within you), your compulsion to play out wounds with other people dissipates & in some cases, disappears. When you wake up to the higher self’s truth, you suddenly realize that the “wrong” people were just teachers to nudge you into the “right” state-of-mind; a state-of-mind that does not question your value or worth. Unfortunately, nothing inspires us to grow more than a broken heart. Your higher self wants you to identify with it; it wants you to own who you really are. Reclaim the love within you, and you’ll heal your relationships from the inside-out.

Wednesday, 15 July 2015


Free of resentment, we have much more energy & attention to devote to our personal development. We can fill the spaces it left behind with unconditional acceptance & joy. And, as a result of our subsequent freedom from resentment, blessings can once again enter our lives as the walls we built to contain our anger have been demolished.

Monday, 13 July 2015


  • Sinus infections are caused by infections from a pathogenic microorganism (virus, bacterium, or fungus), which grows within a sinus and causes intermittent blockage of the sinus ostiu
  • .Symptoms of sinusitis include:
    • a green or yellow discharge from your nose
    • a blocked nose
    • pain and tenderness around your cheeks, eyes or forehead
    • a headach
    • a high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F) or more
    • tooth pain
    • a reduced sense of smell
    • bad breath smell

Friday, 3 July 2015

Swathisthan...[Harara / Sacral ]Chakra....... The second chakra is located in the abdomen, lower back and sexual organs are related to the element water and to emotions and sexuality. It connects us to others through feeling, desire, sensation, and movement. Ideally this chakra brings us fluidity and grace, depth of feeling, sexual fulfillment and the ability to accept change. Sanskrit Name: Swadhisthana Meaning: sweetness Location: Sacral Plexus- lower abdomen Body Parts: womb, genitals, kidney, bladder, circulatory system Glands: ovaries, testicles Function: emotional release, sexuality, pleasure, procreation Element: water Color: orange Balanced Characteristics: ability to experience pleasure, emotionally balanced, healthy, sex life, nurturance of self and others, graceful movement Deficiency: denial of pleasure, emotionally numb, fear of sex, rigidity in bod and attitudes, lack of desire, passion and excitement Excess: pleasure addiction, excessively strong emotions, ruled by emotions, sexual addiction, seductive manipulation Physical Malfunctions: disorders of reproductive organs, spleen, bladder, kidneys. Menstrual difficulties, lower back pain, knee trouble deadened senses-loss of appetite for food, sex, life. Sexual Dysfunction-impotence, frigidity, non-orgasmic. Healing Strategy: movement, emotional release or containment as appropriate healthy pleasures Kew Words: sexual, sensual, pleasure, feel, senses, flow, water, fluid, desire, connection, feminine, nurturance, movement Affirmations: I make my decisions from a place of hope and faith My creative drive is strong and exciting My sexuality is fulfilling and meaningful I am Life.

Saturday, 27 June 2015

Friday, 26 June 2015


Self help tips for Asthma....
.Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the lungs . 
Inflammatory diseases such as asthma may be linked with an imbalance of dietary fats, interaction between genes, immune system, 21 century diet and life style. 
Consume more omega 3s, found in:
Oily fish (two to four portions per week)
Omega 3 fish oil supplements.
Cut out excess omega 6s by consuming less:
Omega 6 vegetable oils such as safflower oil, grape-seed oil, sunflower oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil or soybean oil. Replace with healthier oils such as olive, walnut, almond, avocado, hempseed or macadamia oils.
People with a high intake of fruit and vegetables have better lung function and are less likely todevelop asthma than those who eat little.
Apples, for example, are a rich source of powerful antioxidants, including quercetin, which reduces histamine release and promotes bronchial relaxation. Those who drink apple juice from concentrate at leastonce a day, or who eat five or more apples per week are up to half as likely to experience asthma as non-apple eaters.
1 Eat plenty of raw fruit and vegetables for their vitamin, mineral, antioxidant and fibre content. Antioxidants can help to strengthen lung tissue, reduce inflammation and improve asthma symptoms. Eat fruit and vegetables raw or steamed where appropriate.1. Avoid exposure to allergens such as pollen and dust.
2. Avoid eating foods to which you are allergic. Some of the common foods to which most of them show allergic reactions include fish and yeast.
3. Restrict or even avoid the foods will increase the problem of mucus secretion.
4. Avoid fried foods and foods that are hard to digest.
5. Drink plenty of water. This will not only ease the digestion but also helps to reduce the formation of highly thick mucus.
6. Deep breathing and Anulom- Vilom prayanam daily .
7.By Learning which triggers can cause your asthma symptoms to flare up and avoid them.
8.Using controller medicines correctly, as prescribed by your physician
9.Having a written asthma action plan, which can help you to take charge and keep track of your asthma symptoms.
10.Do Chakra healing daily , if you know energy healing, it helps to boost immunity, heal lungs .