She was 38 years of age. She was from northern India and was married to a only son of a semi-orthodox family. She had a son of 5 years. She had burning sensation in the stomach for over 6 years. She had consulted multiple doctors, taken multiple investigations including endoscopy and had taken multiple treatments. Despite all these, burning sensation in her stomach persisted.
She had come for a consultation. I performed her Nadi Pariksha. Before I could announce her diagnosis, she began narrating her history and events that transpired between her and her mother-in-law and how she felt humiliated. She broke down.
When she had finished, It was my turn. I began explaining to her how her judgments had created her emotions of anger, aggression, frustration, resentment and hatred towards her mother-in-law and those were the real reasons of her physical condition.
Sometimes, our parents or our parents-in-law are not the best examples of what we want to become in life and makes it difficult for us to respect them. It is not our parents’ or our parents-in-law’s fault. They grew up under different circumstances and their circumstances shaped them. They find no reason to change their behaviour and mannerisms or their attitude towards life.
We judge our parents and parents-in-laws based on what we experience with them. Our judgments of their attitude are mostly unconscious and sometimes conscious. All our judgments are tied to our experiences. Little do we realise that our judgments can cause us to resent their behaviour and attitude so strongly that they manifest as physical symptoms in our body.
it is written in the ancient treatise Rāvana Nādi Pariksha; “Mānasou kāmou doshokopo bhavatyeva |” meaning – Desires that are born in the mind cause imbalances in our body and manifest as symptoms.
Desires are primarily of what we want to accomplish. These can be acceptance and appreciation from others, name, fame, money and wealth. The worst form of desire is wanting to control others’ attitude and their behaviour towards us. And that is what my client had desired. Her unrealised expectations of her mother-in-law towards her had caused such resentment in her that she had an abortion.
She finally realised that life is not tough, nor are the choices. Unhappiness, anger and fear are the real obstacles that she needs to get rid of. She has decided to transform her perspective of life.
She cannot forget her past. She can definitely make her present better. She is already feeling better.
With my experience of working with thousands of women, some of whom were raped, some who lost their children, who, with help from practices, did find their freedom from pain. I have come to realise that life is a teacher. And life teaches you where to look for your strengths and how you can become someone stronger in your values and strength. Some people find the person they look for who directs them towards freedom from pain. While some others are blinded by their ego of blame and disappointment and continue to live in pain. Nevertheless, everyone has their time of realisation.
I too have gone through extremely trying circumstances and challenges in life. When I opened myself to learning, I realised then and today, that life has definitely brought me to a better place.
Has your time come now? Look at yourself. You probably are ready to embrace a pain free life!Schedule your appointment