Sai Sanjeevni

Sanjeevini healing with symbols and crystals for water energizing

Here I present a very effective and proven method for many years in which by means of special symbols such as water or food with healing frequencies energized and then drunk or eaten. Sanathana Sai Sanjeevini is a very simple but highly effective method of transmitting healing vibrations from India . Work is done with cards, the focused prayers contain. The divine, subtle healing information of these cards are transmitted by prayer, mantra or your own words to water, neutral globules or other substances. The remedy thus created can be taken like a medicine. Below for information, a summary of how many different Sanjeevini symbols or healing vibrations already exists.

Sanathana Sai Sanjeevini healing fragrances is a self-learning, prayer-based spiritual healing system for awakening the innate healing power and wisdom of every being. It is also commonly known as ‘Sai Sanjeevini healing’ or simply ‘Sanjeevini healing.’ The healing system is offered with humility, unconditional love and intense faith for the physical, mental. social, financial and spiritual upliftment of every being in the universe irrespective of religion, caste, creed, colour, race or nationality.

There are at present 60 Body Parts Sanjeevini Cards and 264 Diseases Sanjeevini Cards.

The healing vibrations of every Sanjeevini can be used in many ways. You can choose any way that appeals to you or is convenient for you. Some of the commonly used methods are listed below:

1. By charging a medium of your choice (usually water, sugar globules or vibhuti) and taking this charged medium as a remedy in recommended dosage.
2. By touching the relevant Sanjeevini Card(s) or by just looking at the Card(s) in silence or even by intensely thinking and recalling the name of the relevant card(s).
3. By broadcasting a prepared Sanjeevini remedy to an individual or to a large group of people or to animals and plants. This method is also known as Distance healing. It is very useful during epidemics or calamities.

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