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).
It is possible for the original soul of a human to leave a person’s body and for another soul to “walk in”. In Montgomery’s work, souls are said to “walk in” during a period of intense personal problems on the part of the departing soul, or during or because of an accident or trauma.
After that time and what happened, I have forgotten what it feels like to be human; to feel emotion, to feel safe, to feel anything.. What is it like to cry? Numbness is my reality. Neurotransmitters feel non-existent and reality has never been the same since. I can’t believe I am still alive. In a way, pharmaceuticals are stealing my soul, once hooked, they are, is my case, hell to come off these death pills. Looping in circles.
Sometimes music hits you, a hint of pain strikes through you at what life could be like and having to accept where you are. The beauty and pain of human life.
Smiling behind the pain as many of us do and creating to survive. We are all going through something.
~Love is the answer. Amber, DiosRaw 21/04/21
Plantom girl I once was
Before trauma decimated
My finely crafted mind
Enlightenment focus inclined
Oozing whips to the heart
Behind a glass
Pressing hands against the window
Which separates us
I can see you
But you cannot see me
Breathing on the translucent
To paint my mark in condensation
Talking to you, to this self, in conversation
Bound in a cast
The movie of life everlast
Ego fractals split
Infinite knots and fragments
I cannot cry for you
For I am concealed in a comatose pharmacological state
Where inner emotions and the past cannot relate
Is it too late
Closing the cosmic gate
Into soul fate
I fell for the bait
Phantom girl I once was.