A lady of 55 years came to consult me. She was on a visit to meet the owners of the resort where I was holidaying with my family.
The resort owners introduced us to each other and they told her what I did and that she can experience Nadi Pariksha first hand.
So we scheduled a time during the day for her appointment.
I performed her Nadi Pariksha. I started explaining my diagnosis to her. I told her how, her judgments were affecting her. She then narrated how her daughters had turned against her, and how her relatives didn’t respect her and she believed that her life changed course because of her mother’s decision to get her married. I told her those were the very reasons that fed her anger. She agreed.
I further explained to her how her anger caused her neck pain. She looked at me with disbelief and actually waved her had in a way which meant to rubbish my statement because she had taken physiotherapy, worn a collar and was told its a degenerative condition.
Now comes my part. I have to show her- not by convincing her, but by demonstrating to her with a technique that will instantly get her to understand why she had her neck pain and how it can be cured.
So, I make her stand. I do just a part of Marma Chikitsa, not even the whole of it, just the part that releases neck stiffness and eases radiating pains. As I finished, she began searching for her pain. She looked quite robotic in her shrugging, twisting her neck in all possible angles just to feel a little pain. It was gone.
You should’ve seen the joy on her face. She called a fortnight later to inform me that her relief seemed permanent.
If you have neck pain, no matter what the symptom is called, don’t just settle for the name. Get to find out the root cause and work on it. It’s that simple.Schedule your appointment