Khavaigunya is a term used in Ayurveda to refer to a weak or defective part of the body, often caused by previous injury, illness, trauma or genetic defects. Khavaigunyas tend to be the most vulnerable to chronic imbalance or disease, as they attract the most ama (toxins) and excess doshas (functional energies).
Scurrying to every crevice to find the antidote
Translating the medical note
My soul left for me to unravel
They say possibilities are endless
Yet health does not come automatically
Good habits must be in tow systematically
Root out the cause
Gaze deep into the waters of your mind and press pause
Blaming for your problem will not work
You created it ultimately, unconsciousnessly, subconsciously or consciously
Your soul plan
Intent, one of the threads of this existence
Awaken to your persistence
My auric field, after a psychic bashing, feels defenseless
Under psychic attack
What is real and what is wack?
Remember your life is not foregone
Having tried, yet not able to reach past your papered walls of cement
Secrets unfolding like origami
Ancient oracle, seer of truth
Bowl of sage, palo Santo and smoke
Exhausting options to choke
It saw me
Before I could see it
Engraving my hope
On this little boat of language water I wrote.
Sushumna is the name given to the main energy channel of the subtle body, or sushumna nadi. According to yoga and Ayurveda, vital life force energy known as prana travels along energy pathways called nadis.
While there are said to be 72,000 of these channels within the subtle body (pranamaya kosha), there are only three primary nadis; ida, pingala and sushumna, corresponding with the left, right and central line of the body respectively.
The sushumna is the most important nadi, running down the central axis of the body through the spinal cord. Individuals may only experience a pure and equanimous state of mind when prana flows freely through the sushumna.
When impurities or blockages exist in the other nadis of the body, prana is not able to flow freely through the sushumna, leading to mental and physical imbalances.
Originated from the Native Americans, the Earth Medicine Wheel represents harmony. It is also an attempt to establish peaceful interaction amidst the four elements of the Earth. People use it to manifest spiritual energy and strengthen their inner vision.
It is also known as the Sacred Hoop or Sacred Circle used among Native Americans since so many generations for healing and teaching, both simultaneously. There are many interpretations about the medicine wheel but each of them establishes a connection with the cosmic things.
Modern medicine kills more people than it saves..