3.1         Releasing the Fear
3.2         Begin with a Silent Prayer
3.3         Which Sanjeevinis to Select for an Ailment?
3.4         Choosing a Medium for Your Remedy
3.5        How To Prepare a Sanjeevini Remedy using your chosen Medium

              3.5.1     A few Examples of how to Prepare Sanjeevini Remedies
              3.5.2     Frequently Asked Questions on how to Prepare a Sanjeevini Remedy

3.6         What is the Dosage for a Sanjeevini Remedy?
3.7         Different ways of using Sanjeevinis
3.8         Selected Sanjeevini Combinations
3.9         Preparing Samples of the 70 Selected Sanjeevini Combinations
3.10       The use of the Multiplication and Broadcasting Card

               3.10.1        Multiplication Function of the Multiplication & Broadcasting Card
               3.10.1.a     Adding more Sanjeevinis to your Sample or Remedy.       
               3.10.1.b     Preparing Vibrations from a given gross substance using the M&B Card
          Frequently Asked Questions on Multiplication Function of the M&B Card

               3.10.2        Broadcasting Function of the Multiplication & Broadcasting Card
          Frequently Asked Questions on Broadcasting Function of the M&B Card  

3.11      The use of the Neutralisation Card
             (Neutralising Negativity and Purifying substances)

3.12      Sanjeevinis as Prophlactives or Preventives
3.13      Importance of offering Heartfelt Prayers whilst Preparing or Broadcasting a Sanjeevini Remedy
3.14      Sanjeevini Remedy Kit for Patients
3.15      Advantages of giving a Sanjeevini Remedy Kit to Patients
3.16      Preparing sets of M&B Cards, M&B Cards Stations, Neutralization Cards, M&B Card One Sample to Many Outputs and
             Many Samples to One Output

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Chronic problems:   3 to 6 doses a day

Acute problems:       6 to 9 doses a day.

In Emergencies a dose may be given as frequently as every 5 to 10 minutes.

Chronic problems : are diseases or problems that are persistent and long-lasting, for over two to three months and can recur like Blood pressure, Arthritis, Asthma, Diabetes, Cancer. Chronic problems usually take time to develop unlike most acute cases.

Acute problems usually come up suddenly – for eg. Bleeding, Fever. Flu, Cold, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Head ache.

What is one dose? It depends on the medium you have. If it is a liquid like water/juice then one sip is one dose. If using a dropper type bottle for water, then 2 to 3 drops is one dose. If it is globules one or two pills at one time is one dose. If its vibhuti, then one pinch is one dose. Ten globules taken at one time still make one dose. Or half a glass drunk at one time or 15 drops of water still makes one dose. Dosage is determined by the time factor, rather than the quantity ingested. If you space out your intake of the Sanjeevinis over the day, that becomes your dosage. If you take it at three different times in the day – then you have had three doses.

Dosage can be very flexible. In chronic cases, three to six times a day is advised. It can be more, or less too – you can never overdose with a Sanjeevini. They are subtle (spiritual) vibrations or prayers that will do no harm regardless of how many times they are ingested.

In acute problems (like Diarrhoea, Injuries, Pains, Fevers etc.) a dose may be taken every five-ten minutes. In acute emergencies charge a glass of water with the relevant Sanjeevinis, and make the patient sip it constantly – such as in an Asthma attack or very high fever.


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