What would you do if your room did not have windows?

Very recently, a client of mine planned her holiday to Singapore. Before she left, she visited me seeking help to improve her digestion so that she can eat everything she wanted to and asked me to help her in a way that she’d not have any symptoms after she had satisfied her taste buds. It was a rather unusual request.

Well, I helped her with Marmayoga Chikitsa, a process to help harmonise flow of Prana so that the body develops more resilience and tolerant. However, I cautioned her from abusing her body.

She reached Singapore and there were frantic messages from her saying that she was feeling claustrophobic because the rooms allotted to her didn’t have windows.

What would one do in a room without windows?

Some people find it a huge challenge. It’s almost a feeling of chocking to death.

Marmayoga Chikitsa is a lifesaver. Here’s a practice you can do so that your lungs can absorb more oxygen instantly and help you breathe easy.

Place your right hand with fingers extended on your left chest and your left hand on your right chest. Now, press applying moderate pressure and rotate outward 9 times on both sides at the same time. Now reverse the rotation to onwards 9 times. That’s it.

Doing this practice will help you develop your self confidence. The more self confidence you have, the less your dependence on medication.

Within a few days, your body and mind will heal and you won’t ever feel claustrophobic and you’ll definitely not need medication.

In all your future holidays, you’ll feel free. Breathe easy.

Happy holidaying

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