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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The process of selection of Sanjeevinis is very simple. Follow the simple steps given below.

a) Make a note of the Patient’s name/ailments/symptoms/problems preferably in a dedicated Notebook. Noting these down helps to keep the Patient in our awareness more clearly. This allows us to transmit our healing intentions and prayers along with the Sanjeevinis, with a greater focus. Also follow up of serious cases can be done more regularly through our prayers.

b) Choose relevant Body Parts Sanjeevinis for the affected body parts from the List of Body Parts Sanjeevinis in Part 3 of the book,

E.g . For an injury on the head or a headache, the body part affected in both cases is the head and therefore we will select BPS 21 Head Sanjeevini. If more than one body part is affected then we will use the relevant Sanjeevinis for other Body Parts too. e.g if some one has a digestion problem, we will use BPS 1 Abdomen Sanjeevini and BPS 2 Alimentary Canal Sanjeevini. We could also use BPS 28 Liver Sanjeevini if the liver is affected as per the patient's description of the problems or based on our own understanding.

c) Choose relevant Diseases Sanjeevinis for the symptoms/diseases/problems from the List of Disease Sanjeevinis in Part 3 of the book.

 The relevant Disease Sanjeevinis can be chosen based on the list of symptoms/problems given by the patient and as per your intuitive guidance from within. Make a note of these in the Note book. e.g. for an injury on the head, besides the Head Sanjeevini, we would choose DS 71 Injury Sanjeevini. If there is bleeding too, we will also add DS 15 Bleeding (haemmorhage) Sanjeevini. And so on…

It is important to remember that we can choose as many Body Part Sanjeevinis and/or Disease Sanjeevinis as we feel are required. There is no minimum or maximum number that has to be chosen.

Preparing a Sanjeevini healing remedy for the ailment would therefore mean combining the healing vibrations of relevant Body Part Sanjeevinis (one or more) and relevant Disease Sanjeevinis (one or more) in a particular medium, and giving it to the patient. This process is explained in detail in the sections ahead.


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