DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

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DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by deepbluehum » Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:11 pm

Of the DC methods that help with health, which one would be best for someone with liver failure? Thank you.

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Malcolm » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:22 pm

deepbluehum wrote:Of the DC methods that help with health, which one would be best for someone with liver failure? Thank you.
Shitro.

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by deepbluehum » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:24 pm

Malcolm wrote:
deepbluehum wrote:Of the DC methods that help with health, which one would be best for someone with liver failure? Thank you.
Shitro.

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What if the liver is not completely failed, he is back to work and they are testing to see if he will need a transplant?

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Malcolm » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:29 pm

deepbluehum wrote:
Malcolm wrote:
deepbluehum wrote:Of the DC methods that help with health, which one would be best for someone with liver failure? Thank you.
Shitro.

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What if the liver is not completely failed, they are back to work and they are testing to see if he will need a transplant?
Probably garuda.
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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by deepbluehum » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:34 pm

Malcolm wrote:
deepbluehum wrote:
Malcolm wrote:
Shitro.

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What if the liver is not completely failed, they are back to work and they are testing to see if he will need a transplant?
Probably garuda.
Does blue or red make a difference?

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Blue Garuda » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:38 pm

[quote="Malcolm"][/quote]

Which one is best?

Or doesn't it matter?

I understand that in the DC practice of Red Garuda all forms of Garuda can be invited, but don't know if that is also true of Dark Blue as the teachings are imminent, and know nothing of White Garuda in this respect.
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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Malcolm » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:39 pm

deepbluehum wrote: Does blue or red make a difference?
Generally, Mandarava for reinforcing lifeforce, garuda for eliminating disease, lots of mantra of five elements also. Either Garuda practice.
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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Blue Garuda » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:50 pm

Thanks.

Has ChNNR ever given donwang for the White Garuda he mentions?

In terms of performing the Garuda practice for a sick person, before using the relevant Action Mantra, how much practice should be done with the main mantra?

If the guy needs help right now, will confidence in the main mantra suffice?
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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Malcolm » Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:18 pm

Blue Garuda wrote:Thanks.

Has ChNNR ever given donwang for the White Garuda he mentions?

In terms of performing the Garuda practice for a sick person, before using the relevant Action Mantra, how much practice should be done with the main mantra?

If the guy needs help right now, will confidence in the main mantra suffice?
Main mantra includes all action mantras. However, you do the main mantra for a while in a qualified way -- one to three weeks, then you apply action mantra, if it works, than that is enough

In general, black garuda is connected with the cycle of teachings of which the srog sman medicine tantra is a part. So ChNN will give all action mantras related to that tantra this weekend. Last year he gave the lung for the whole tantra.

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by Blue Garuda » Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:29 pm

Malcolm wrote:
Blue Garuda wrote:Thanks.

Has ChNNR ever given donwang for the White Garuda he mentions?

In terms of performing the Garuda practice for a sick person, before using the relevant Action Mantra, how much practice should be done with the main mantra?

If the guy needs help right now, will confidence in the main mantra suffice?
Main mantra includes all action mantras. However, you do the main mantra for a while in a qualified way -- one to three weeks, then you apply action mantra, if it works, than that is enough

In general, black garuda is connected with the cycle of teachings of which the srog sman medicine tantra is a part. So ChNN will give all action mantras related to that tantra this weekend. Last year he gave the lung for the whole tantra.

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Thanks. :)

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Re: DC Practice Recommendation for Someone with Liver Failure

Post by deepbluehum » Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:43 pm

Malcolm wrote:
deepbluehum wrote: Does blue or red make a difference?
Generally, Mandarava for reinforcing lifeforce, garuda for eliminating disease, lots of mantra of five elements also. Either Garuda practice.
I'm getting the feel he might benefit from mandarava and garuda.

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