Vera Kaur is from Sikh Indian origin. She was introduced to holistic healthcare from a young age and has always been aware of the body’s innate ability to self-heal. In her twenties Vera visited and lived in ashrams in India, where she observed the holistic healing techniques applied by the traditional energy healers, and has since been drawn to all forms of holistic health. Through meditation and dreams, Vera has the capacity to connect and communicate with the spirit world, from where she was guided to write this book. She feels that this was part of her life path, and wishes for everyone to be empowered with the knowledge of these ancient Indian self-healing therapies.
If you have any doubts about your childbirth and the pain it can cause, you can adopt some of the techniques used by traditional mothers to help them with childbirth. These techniques include energy-balancing treatments to reduce the pain, to shorten the length of the pain, to prevent breech delivery and some yoga exercises to help ease your pain at the time of childbirth
Being a new mother can be very hard on the mind and body of the mother. So it is important to practice some of the ancient techniques that make the new mother's body and mind feel relaxed and healthy. These practices were used in the ancient times as a remedy for this very same purpose. They are eating healing foods, acupressure, self massage, root lock breath, makara mudra and the various yoga asanas intended for this problem and also balance out the hormones.
When it is time to deliver the little human from your body, it can be stressful for a mother. It is thus best for her to be stress free and not take up too many things that she cannot handle. It is better to just sit back and rest which can be better for your body mind as well as the baby's. Some of these things can affect you at your pregnancy and it can be easily fixed. They are, anxiety, backache, blood pressure, constipation, cramps, cravings, diabetes, dizziness, hair, incontinence, indigestion, insomnia, miscarriage, morning sickness, nausea, pelvic floor muscles, overheating, skin, stretch marks, stress, swollen feet and ankles, teeth and gums, tiredness, varicose veins, weight gains, meditations.
The yogic practices are there for a reason, they are there to help enhance the mind and body health of your child. It is also possible to stop or significantly reduce the gland issues that a child may possess during a certain period in his/her life. These practices help regulate the gland and hormonal activity and help keep the body and mind at a balance. Those practices are the acupressure therapy, mudra healing, chakra balancing and the chakra balancing practice.
The heart chakra is the center of love and kindness and is located at the center of the chest, linked to the thymus gland, heart, lungs, breasts and arms. When closed, the heart chakra manifests in physical symptoms like cardiovascular disease and emotional symptoms like supressed anger, hurt, grief, and jealousy. Here are 6 self-healing practices one can use to open one's heart chakra. These methods range from breathing exercises, herbal remedies, colored light therapy and simple visualization. Allow these methods to open up your heart chakra and allow positive feelings like forgiveness, joy, compassion and love to flow through your body.
Practicing traditional ways in the modern day to improve eyesight and hearing has no side effects, when done with precaution. Detoxification practices increase the blood flow and activate the removal of accumulated impurities. Balancing practices i.e., acupressure treatment regulate the vital energy flowing throughout the eyes and ears. And yoga therapy (sealing the senses, kubera mudra, shunya mudra, and sasankasana) revitalizes and rejuvenates the body, mind, and spirit to activate self-healing.
The solar plexus chakra is the power center linked to the pancreas and adrenal glands, the imbalance of which causes diabetes and hypoglycemia. There are holistic practices to self-heal diabetes: Merudanda mudra empowers the solar plexus chakra to release stress; chanting of the mantra "Ram" activates the energy in the solar plexus chakra; yoga asanas – virabhadrasana I and II – balance solar plexus chakra; and, food like bitter gourd, fenugreek seeds, etc...help nourish your solar plexus.
Immune-boosting acupressure can activate self-healing for optimum well-being and stimulate detoxification. Linga Mudra promotes self-healing and strengthens the body’s resistance to disease. The dog breath exercise oxygenates the body, purifies the tissues to fight disease, and empowers the immune system. Turmeric, tulsi, garlic, ashwagandha, and neem are herbs that help improve immune system. Follow immune-boosting tips and exercises to strengthen our endrocrine glands.