Baths – not just washing but healing, Shakuntali recommends
Water is the most mysterious substance on this earth, and its healing abilities can’t be overemphasized. Shamanic healers widely use the baths as a part of their work with people. Shakuntali is a shamanic healer with lifelong experience. Ever since Shakuntali was born, she was meant to help people all around the world. Shakuntali is an Enlightened woman, the reincarnation of the Ukok princess, and also a temple priestess. Shakuntali possesses clairvoyance, the energy of the goddess, the talent of the instant opening of predestination, spiritual growth and healing abilities. During her sessions, Shakuntali often recommends the healing baths to her students. It is a very important ritual that has its roots deep inside the centuries and it is important to take such a bath correctly.
First of all, try to fix in your mind that taking the bath is not only for washing your body but mostly for washing your inner self and healing yourself. Shakuntali advises you to take a bath every day, regardless of the circumstances (too much work, tiredness, routine, etc).
It is important to make the water temperature matching your comfort feelings – it should not be hot or cold as ice.
Shakuntali considers the ideal water temperature for curing the diseases of the spine to be 34 degrees Celsius if it is very cold outside, then a maximum of 35 degrees.
If some part of your body obviously hurts, it should be immersed in the water as long as it possible;
If you feel emotional fall, weakness, if you caught a cold, the best temperature of the water is 36 degrees.
Psoriasis will go away after quite cold baths in cooperation with the sessions of the Indo-Tibetan healing method.
Infections do not like warm baths with your heart not being immersed in it.
If it is not possible to take a bath properly, it is enough to plunge an unhealthy part of your body into the water.
During her consultations, Shakuntali chooses the personal treatment scheme for you through baths. Generally, in order to be cured, it is sufficient to take baths 7 days in a row, then take 2 days break and repeat 7 days more. Repeat this cycle ‘til you are cured. In some cases, it may take several months, but it is worth it.
If you feel that after 2 courses of baths there is no improvement at all, then combine the baths with the healing sessions that Shakuntali always offers to her students. To learn more about the group and individual Shakuntali sessions, just visit www.shakuntali.com.