The cure for Fibromyalgia in Bangalore

Fibromyalgia is a pain condition that affects 2 to 5 % of the population in India today. It actually affects women more than men. One way to treat not only the fibromyalgia pain, but also the stress and anxiety related to it may be floatation therapy or R.E.S.T. (Reduced Environmental Stimulus Therapy) which is available at 1000 Petals, Indiranagar, Bangalore

Flotation therapy or  REST (reduced environmental stimuli therapy) is a brainchild of  John C. Lilly, M.D. it was found first in the 1950’s. It uses a water-filled tank that is approximately the size of a bed and heated to skin temperature. The water is then filled with 750 kg’s with Epsom salts or magnesium sulphates so that the patient can float in zero gravity without any effort.

Patients get in the tank without any clothes, turn off the lights, and relax. The idea is that this sensation of zero enviromental stimulus that helps a person focus inward, eliminating distractions and calming the mind and body.

The Fibromyalgia Floatation Project (FFP) states that an hour in a float tank will help sufferers reduce pain by 70 percent. The project selected fibromyalgia as the condition for their case studies because the symptoms of fibromyalgia match the potential benefits of float Therapy.

Here we first try and understand what Fibromyalgia is and what float therapy can do for you.

Benefits of float tanks for fibromyalgia 

The benefits of float tanks for fibromyalgia have been researched upon  for more than 50 years. They have been shown to include the following.

Relief of stress

Thomas H. Fine, an associate professor in the department of psychiatry of the Medical College of Ohio and Roderick A. Borrie, a clinical psychologist at South Oaks Hospital in Amityville, New York, co-authored a research article examining the clinical effects of REST on the stress and its response.

They identified blood pressure, cortisol production, and muscle activity as key indicators of stress in the body. Their findings indicated that cortisol production decreased during floatation REST sessions and that:

“[There exists] the possibility of a resetting of the regulatory mechanism of cortisol across sessions.  Furthermore, cortisol, which has received more attention than the other hormones [in its role as an indicator of stress], and blood pressure, have been shown to maintain the REST effect after cessation of repeated REST sessions (Turner & Fine, 1983). This phenomenon suggests that the REST effect may be more than a simple, immediately reversible response.”

Alleviation of depression and anxiety

Float tanks for fibromyalgia have been shown to alleviate depression and anxiety with the mood elevation effects of deep relaxation. Fine and Borrie found that the effects were most pronounced when flotation REST was utilized in conjunction with other forms of counseling.

They caution, however, that severely depressed patients may need close monitoring due to the sometimes obsessive nature of thinking that can occur in the flotation tank.

Promotion of better, more restful sleep

Relaxation alone equals better, more restful sleep, and the deep relaxation of float tanks for fibromyalgia can help. Many fibromyalgia patients also suffer from restless leg syndrome, so getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult.

Since fatigue can exacerbate symptoms of fibromyalgia, the sleep-promoting deep relaxation can be a vital benefit of flotation REST.

Pain relief

Perhaps one of the most important benefits of float tanks for fibromyalgia is relief from pain. Fine and Borrie noted that:

“Flotation REST can have an important role at several stages of the pain management process. By reducing both muscle tension and pain in a relatively short time and without effort on the part of the patient, flotation provides a dramatic demonstration of the benefits of relaxation. Relief is immediate and, although temporary, offers promise of further relief from REST and other relaxation-based strategies.”

Many patients who have dealt with fibromyalgia for a long period of time give up hope for new treatments. When they realize that float tanks can help manage pain, their mental outlook may change and they may be more confident in their treatment plan.

Relief of muscle tightness

The stiffness and muscle tightness of fibromyalgia can be addressed by float tanks. A small 2012 study found that pain due to tightness of muscles was decreased significantly after just three sessions in the float tanks.

The pain-relieving effects lasted for a significant period after the treatment, which also helped to alleviate mood and make the study participants more hopeful. This increased optimism translates into better opportunities for successful treatment all around.

Corrects magnesium deficiency

Magnesium is essential to over 300 functions in the body, but people in the U.S. are chronically lacking in this important mineral. Transdermal supplementation of magnesium is the most effective delivery system. Fibromyalgia sufferers may have a magnesium deficiency that actually causes or contributes to their pain.

The magnesium solution in fibromyalgia float tanks can be absorbed through the skin. This helps to alleviate that deficiency without taking additional supplements. This can be a benefit to patients who have difficulty taking pills or who simply don’t want to take anything else.

Performance improvements

While not directly related to fibromyalgia, float tanks can also have some performance benefits.

Researchers Oshin Vartanian of the University of Toronto and Peter Suedfeld of the University of British Columbia found that musicians who floated in the tank for one hour per week for four weeks showed better technical ability at the end of the research. The researchers compared two-minute recordings before and after from the study participants and the control group. They found “a significant difference between the treatment and comparison groups on technical ability, but not on any other dimension.”

When float tanks are combined with positive imagery, athletic performance also improved without any other adjustments to amount or duration of practice. Simply floating in the tank and allowing the body and mind to fully relax seems to be what athletes need to recharge and regroup.

Frequently asked questions about float tanks 

For first-time floaters, float tanks may be intimidating. The space is enclosed, and the act of floating is a foreign one. Some frequently asked questions about float tanks for fibromyalgia include the following.

What should I expect during my session?

People who utilize float tanks are often referred to as “floaters.” Floaters shower before entering the tank, either floating unclothed or in a bathing suit. Float sessions can last anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes.

First-time floaters may need some time to adjust to the environment of the tank, so a session of at least one hour is recommended.

Are fibromyalgia float tanks hygienic?

The water in the float tanks is saturated with magnesium sulfate nearly to the point of crystallization, just like the Dead Sea. And, just like the Dead Sea, this is not an environment in which bacteria can live.

In addition, float tanks come with a filter system that automatically filters the water after each session. Finally, floaters are asked to shower before they enter the tank, further minimizing the amount of bacteria or dirt they introduce to the tank.

Is there anyone who shouldn’t float?

Because a float tank is small and enclosed, floating may be difficult for people with claustrophobia. There are float tanks that have small windows that may help with this, but for some that might not be enough room. Those who suffer from anxiety may also find the initial sessions difficult.

How many sessions are required?

There is no perfect number of sessions, but for first-time floaters it is best to schedule a series of at least 5 sessions done once every 4 to 5 days . The sensations experienced in the tank (e.g., deep relaxation, minimal sensory input, weightlessness) may be strange and take some getting used to.

1000 Petals facilitators recommend starting with a series of three, offering a reduced price for first-time floaters. Ultimately it is up to the floater to decide what works best for them.

 

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Coping with Sensory Overload

By Amitabh Swetta
In Today’s urban day we are being bombarded with unprecedented amount of information. Check this out…

We wake up, immediately pick up our phone, check our social media feed (information) on our smartphones, go for a shower, come out read our newspapers (information) and have our breakfast, get out for work, turn our car on and start the radio (information), roads are filled with Hoardings and signage (information), work and gather information from Google in that process, you head back from work in car Radio, signage and hoardings plus phone feed… come home watch Television (information), read or listen to something (information). Moreover the smells, sounds, touches are feeding in a whole lot of data input continuously into the central nervous system.

What is this Sensory overload doing to us?

The brain of a mature adult really cannot over absorb things. At some points it experiences fatigue. Wherever the excesses occur, there is always signal… call it lack of concentration and-or headache, stress, anxiety, whatever, it always comes.

Imagine this, turn on 25 applications on your phone. After a few minutes your phone will slow down and after a bit more time it might hang. What would you do in such a response from your phone? You would go ahead and reset you phone. This is the same response you get in your brain (Bio computer) when you are flooded with information for a long period of time.

 

 Wouldn’t you like a reset sometimes?A true R.E.S.T.? If you are still with me … Welcome to the world of Floating.

What is a Float Therapy?

A float Therapy is known by many acronyms. I.e. Float, floatation therapy, R.E.S.T. (Restrictive environmental stimulus therapy), Sensory Deprivation Tank

It’s a Pod/ room/ tank filled with about 2000 liters of water and about 750 Kg’s of Epsom salt is added to the mix.

Lie down inside and firstly you escape gravity….

A mixture of 35% Epsom salt in water, releases you from the bondage of the gravitational force and you become buoyant… effortlessly.

Imagine a space where gravity does not exist, your muscles relax totally, your bones and ligaments start to relax, your neuro-chemical and bio-chemical feedback gets a free flow, Your Central nervous system now starts firing perfectly, opening up the Para sympathetic nerves, calming you down, Opening up new neural pathways for you to utilize while making you sharper and clearer in your thought process, you can now let that tense neck relax and let go off all the tensions we carry on our spine bringing it to its natural state.

Now, the first sensory input and the largest one by far… The Eyes. Our eyes accumulate about 50% of the information that is around us. Everything that we see is computed inside our bio computer (the brain) 50 % of it is through our eyes.

In total darkness of the float therapy you shut out 50% information of the brain to start giving it a true R.E.S.T.

A meditator relates to this always by shutting the eyes to the outside world Or Indian and Buddhist sages do their meditations in dark caves for this specific reason.

When you shut the lights out whenever you feel comfy and if you don’t feel comfortable then keep the lights on and just shut your eyes through the session. There is always another session to shut the lights out and experience new boundaries of tranquility.

So most of the float centers provide you with disposable earplugs so that you immerse your ears safely in water and let go off that sensory input which is a switched on mode 24X7. Try to understand that these amazing ears are tuned in to absorb information even if you are sleeping. Once you let your self immerse in the water, the auditory input now is reduced and you start relaxing even further listening to your heart beating and the sound of your breath.

And the thoughts come and go… as you understand not to hold on to them and let them come or go, or focus and hold a specific thought to get answers from the innermost depths of unimaginable and amazing bio computer of yours.

The warm liquid is heated exactly to our body temperature and you now cannot distinguish where the body ends and where the water begins… you start dissolving…. Little by little you disappear… resting in an unimaginable space and time bubble.

The music comes on at the end of the desired session… as we turn the lights on…

And we lie in a warm fuzzy feeling from inside.

The world around us starts to come back, and now we are being reborn as if we were floating in a mothers’ womb. Get out and you are welcomed by gravity. And you head for the shower. You look at yourself and there is a certain glow from the inside…. And you understand the amazing capabilities of the float…

Its always advisable to sit in silence after you float for about 10 min. so that you can express and absorb to yourself about how amazing this session was ….

Come and experience your float at 1000 PETALS.
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Mantras: Ascend , evolve, elevate

Welcome to the 1000 Petals blog
: By Sharaha Amitabh

In Its literal meaning the word Mantra Means ‘ Revealed Sound’. The ‘ beej’ Mantras are the primordial sounds which develop without a language barrier in the ancient times. Oldest Reference of Beej mantras are found in the old Vedic scriptures, which are more than 8,000 years old.
It is said that these sounds were revealed to the seekers (Rishis) and other psychic beings where their consciousness itself had expanded with deep meditation and nothing but the sound was revealed with the inner light.

So what is a Beej Mantra?

A mantra is a spoken vibration of sound. A Beej Mantra does not have any specific meaning. But its power is not in the words, but in the sound vibrations it creates when the mantra is uttered verbally or when it’s generated in the mind where it starts resonating first.

How do Mantras work?

Now imagine this… if I kept a glass of water in front of a huge speaker and turned the music on, of course the water will vibrate with the sound frequency.
We know scientifically that we are made of 70 Percent water. Then why wont we vibrate if at all the sound is generated within us itself?

These vibrations in turn help your chakras or the energy centers to tune and resonate perfectly. They also align the chakras perfectly if practiced with diligence (totality).

Mantra brings a state of balance and resonance between the individual and the depths of his inner being. They allow the individual to unleash inner cosmic powers, forces and knowledge. The sound patterns of the mantra stimulate a certain effect on the mental, physical and psychic nature of an individual. Each mantra will create, or draw out, a specific symbol within one’s psyche.

Are beej Mantras Religious Practice?

There are two important points in regards to mantras that should be taken into account. Firstly, mantra should never be misunderstood to be the name of a particular god of a particular religion. There should be no conflict between your religion and mantra. Many people think they cannot repeat Om Namah Shivaya because they would be reciting the name of a Hindu god when they are Christian or Muslim.
Secondly, a mantra cannot be translated. Translation alters the sound. Even though mantras are found in Hinduism, in Buddhism, Catholicism, in Islam and among the Parsis and other religions and sects, they are never translated. If you change the succession and order of the sounds, the mantra ceases to be a mantra. If you translate the words you may have a very beautiful prayer, but not a mantra.

How much And when ?


Mantras for spiritual evolution must be practiced for a set amount of time every day. If the mantra is repeated too much, it will affect the whole system, and those who are very psychic, sensitive, unstable, or subject to hallucinations, may not be prepared for that at all. If you regularly repeat the mantra for ten minutes daily, within a few days you will know if you are oversensitive and whether the mantra is impressing your mind to a larger of lesser extent.

To know the exact amount of time for the recital please get your chakra analysis done at @1000 Petals. With the chakra analysis you will come to know which chakra you need to work more on.
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  • The mantras are 7 in accordance to the energy centers or the chakras.

For more information on chakras click here: Chakra analysis @ 1000 Petals

  • 7 Mudras correspond to the 7-beej mantras

To know more about the mudras. Click here: Chakra analysis @1000 Petals

 

7 bandhas are to be practiced with these mudras and mantras making it a tantra (Tan = physical and ethereal Body) (Tra = Shas_ tra = science) Science of the physical and the ethereal body.

We will talk about the bandhas once you finish a diligent 21-day practice and join our intensive courses.

  • Recite each mantra 7 times is when you begin to practice.
  • Recite each mantra 21 times by the completion of the intensive course.

 

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HOW?

Here is your corresponding sheet for this meditation:

Print and laminate this sheet for easy referral

This specific Tantra is supposed to be done first thing in the morning post your shower. Takes about 25 Minutes to complete.

  • Sit down in a sukhasana pose with your back erect and the neck and head aligned and held high.
  • Focus on the energy center position and its significant color.
  • Hold the Mudra for the root chakra
  • Breathe in and let your navel be filled with breath (Pranic breathing) it should feel like you are igniting every chakra by sending the breath to its corresponding location in the body.
  • On the exhalation say the mantra loud and clear so that it can vibrate with sound.
  • Repeat the mantra 7 times for each chakra at least, with complete awareness and diligence.
  • Remember that there should be no gap in the recitation. Every breath you take, the exhalation should be with the mantra.
  • Open your eyes if required to understand the mantra and mudra between shifts of every mantra recital.
  • Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes post the all the 7-chakra recital. Feel the energy moving inside you.
  • Go out into the world in bliss and harmony.

42 days is the minimum practice without any gaps.

If you miss one day, please get back to this tantra the next day itself. Do not have a gap of more than 48 hours at any cost.

This is one of the most amazing thing to do in Bangalore.
Welcome to the world of absolute balance and bliss.
To enhance your meditation to a next level, connect with us at 1000 Petals.

15 tips to make our mother earth happy again

15 tips to make our mother earth happy again

By Amitabh Swetta

 

We are at a point of time on this planet where we have damaged it to write our own extinction. Its time to wake up and do something for the mother earth in return. As we are living on this planet and feeding off it consistently, it’s our Duty to see towards it that we save and nurture her.
We made a list of a few things that can change the footprint of ours to save this beautiful blue rock in space.

They say charity begins at home but we @1000Petals Say, it begins at home. And trust us this charity actually will save you money than giving it away.

So lets begin a change from improving and making our home green and make a positive impact on this earth.

 

  1. Replace all the bulbs to LED:

You will save 66% by replacing incandescent bulbs to LED bulbs. It will save the earth of 400 pounds of greenhouse effects.

  1. Use extension Leads:

 

By using extension leads and turning them off when not in use can save your home’s energy consumption by 15%.

  1. Unplug your TV

TV’s are typically kept on standby for about 17 hours a day. Remember to switch it off from the plug point.

  1. Open the blinds

Open the blinds and let the light in. Natural light lifts mood, makes you more productive and saves a lot of unnecessary consumption of electricity.

  1. Buy recycled toilet paper

  1. Get a spider plant

The spider plant removes bacteria from the air and actually cleans the air. A spider plant in every room will make your home bacteria free and clean.

  1. Fix leaky taps.

Fixing leaky taps not only save you water bills but also can reduce the power consumption issue to clean and pump the water back to you.

  1. Get rid of mosquitoes naturally.

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Having a citronella and Lemon grass in your home can reduce the mosquito trouble in urban areas. Grow these plants just outside your windows and see mossies’ disappear.

  1. Plant a tree

Plant and adopt a small sapling and nurture it to become a large tree. We can talk about saving the earth but the steps you take, will actually take will save this planet for the generations to come.

  1. Stop using print unless absolutely necessary

Start using the electronic mediums to share rather than printing on paper. Saves us a lot of trees.

  1. Carry your water bottle.

Carrying your water bottle and filling it at a restaurant or wherever there is a filter available saves the planet from the plastic bottle usage we have become accustomed to. Drop this silly habit at once to save the beautiful planet we live on.

  1. Say no to Straw

Buy a steel straw and avoid plastic straws at all costs. Most of these straws and plastics are damaging the environment in a very big way. #NOSTRAW

  1. Carpool

Try to use public transport or carpool if you are alone. This extremely effective way can help the planet by reducing emissions.

  1. Go on an electronic diet.

    In place of TV and the stereo, spend time reading, writing, drawing, telling stories, and making music.

 

  1. Pray, visualize, hope, meditate, and dream.

Visualize, Hope, meditate dream for a green pollution free sustainable planet.

Remember #BETHECHANGE And share this article with as many people as possible to facilitate us to save this rock which is so full of life
Love and Light from @1000petals

 

#GayaSave

Yoga 101: Methods of yoga for beginners

Those  who are new to yoga (and those who’ve been practicing for a longer duration), there are a lot of different yoga styles to understand what they are. Read further to understand a bit more about the different styles and what benefits they can offer you, so that you can understand the know how’s of what’s what in a class. Remember, each style will be different depending on the teacher so it’s also great to try a few until you find the teachers and classes that you love.

Try to understand that Yoga is not about clicking pictures while posing, but its an internal practice to prepare your body for meditation.

The Great enlightened master Patanjali was the great inner scientist of the inner world and founder of the system of yoga. Patanjali codified, or compiled in a systematic way, the art and science of Yoga in the Yoga Sutras. The Yoga Sutras succinctly outlines the art and science of Yoga for Self-Realisation. Patanjali is known as the ‘Father of Yoga’ because every yoga system, in the thousands of systems that are available today all over the world have their roots in Patanjali’s teachings.The methods described in the Yoga Sutras were being practiced as early as 3000 B.C.

The basics

In yoga, we need to bring our attention to the breath and focus inward. It is essentially an exercise connecting the breath to our mind and physical movement (body ) and the spirit. The Asanas ( postures) and postures such as sun salutations are evident across all styles. If you haven’t yet done yoga, then its always better to join classes of each styles and then asses what works for you the best. Try to attend a class for at least 12 sessions to understand and feel the changes within you. Because remember ‘ Once is not enough’ ( read the article to understand why )

Hatha

Hatha yoga is the perfect practice to start with. It is a series of simple and gentle asanas which are more static than some other styles such as Ashtanga or Vinyasa. These lengthen and strengthen the body and are designed to open physical self, improve flexibility, build self-esteem, release emotional turmoil and expand your sense of self-awareness and connection with your body. In this amazing stye of yoga, eyes can be kept closed to reduce distraction and help you be present in the moment. You can Get in touch With Namratha @Nikaya Yoga. We host this style of yoga @ 1000 Petals, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow classes flow continuously through basic yoga poses. The style is flowing and fluid. It connects the breath to movement and is designed to improve flexibility, strength and mindfulness. Vinyasa is the perfect style to choose if you have been practicing Hatha yoga and are looking for something more energetic. The difference between Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga is that Vinyasa Flow doesn’t follow the same sequence of postures while Ashtanga does.

Yin

In Yin yoga, you move slowly through the asanas (postures) holding them for extended periods of time. By doing so, you turn your focus inwards, breathing deeply and meditating in pose. Yin yoga classes often use props such as blocks and blankets to support you in your poses. It’s the perfect choice to de-stress, reduce anxiety and recharge. Our Yin classes always finish with a short meditation to restore your focus and leave you feeling refreshed and in tune with your mind and body.   Get in touch with our friend Sanjana at Nikaya Yoga to book yourself a class at Smriti Nandan, Palace road Bangalore.

Ashtanga

Ashtanga is a faster practice of set postures flowing from one to another with strength and grace. The original flow practice from India, other similar styles, such as Vinyasa Flow (above) and Power Yoga are influenced and inspired from this traditional method. Ashtanga follows a fixed number of postures, carried out in the same order, focusing on connecting the breath (pranayama) to the movement (vinyasa). Due to the fast-paced nature of the style and the deep focus on the breath, it can be a challenging practice for those not familiar with it, however, it’s incredibly rewarding and improves your strength and stamina. 

Iyengar – Based on the teachings of the Master Yogi B.K.S Iyengar, this style of practice is most concerned with bodily alignment. In yoga, the word alignment is used to describe the precise way in which your body should be positioned in each pose in order to obtain the maximum benefits and avoid injury. Iyengar practice usually emphasizes holding poses over long periods versus moving quickly from one pose to the next (flow). Also, Iyengar practice encourages the use of props, such as yoga blankets, blocks and straps, in order to bring the body into alignment.

Sivananda – The first Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center was founded in 1959 by Swami Vishnu-devananda, a disciple of Swami Sivananda. There are now close to 80 locations worldwide, including several ashram retreats. Sivananda yoga is based upon five principles: Proper exercise (Asana, focusing on 12 poses in particular); Proper breathing (Pranayama); Proper relaxation (Savasana); Proper diet (Vegetarian); Positive thinking (Vedanta) and meditation (Dhyana). Get In touch with our friend @alk Esh to understand more about the same.

Power Yoga – is a general term used in the West to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Though many consider it to be “gym yoga,” this style of practice was originally closely modeled on the Ashtanga method. The term came into common usage in the mid-1990s from USA born Bender Birchin, a qualified Ashtanga yoga teacher, to make Ashtanga yoga more accessible to western students, though, unlike Ashtanga, power yoga does not follow a set series of poses, so classes can vary widely. With its emphasis on strength and flexibility, power yoga brought yoga into the gyms of America, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out. (Please understand that you should be practicing this style only after 6 months of traditional yoga practice)

Restorative yoga

Restorative yoga is a gentle and slow-paced style with a focus on helping you relax, recharge and restore your mind and body. Incorporated within the style is deep breathing, relaxation techniques and light poses. It’s a beautiful style to help you de-stress and achieve a sense of balance. You’ll come away feeling calm and light in both mind and body.

The yoga styles we’ve outlined are the most prevalent styles. The most important tip is just to start. Book into a class and discover how the experience feels. You’ll experience the greatest benefits when practicing consistently. So don’t give up after one class, continue on with your practice to really understand how it can improve your everyday life and overall wellbeing.

If you have any questions about classes or would like to learn more, visit us at 1000 Petals Indiranagar, Bangalore or Connect with us here to have a counsellor call you back.

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Documentaries that raise your consciousness Part 1

We at 1000 Petals are always on a journey to raise your consciousness and vibrations to enhance your being.

Here are top ten documentaries that will help you in your journey.

Here is a playlist containing all of the free documentaries we recommend for the expansion and evolution of consciousness. Are there any others you think should be added to this playlist? Are there any you think should be removed? Why? Feel free to voice your opinion.

No.10) Spiritual Reality Power of meditation

No.09) A virus Called Fear

No. 08) Kymatica

 

No. 07)  Consciousness Mechanics: The Movie

 

No.06)  The Primacy of Consciousness – Graphic reproduction

 

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Documentaries that raise your consciousness Part 2

And the top 5 list of the bestConsciousness documentaries Continues ….

No.05) One – Peter Russell – Reflections on Oneness

No.04) Beyond Our Sight – documentary

No.03) The Story Of Earth And Life

No.02) DMT: The Spirit Molecule (2010)

No.01) Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds

Have fun over the weekend friends….  And do let us know your comments, thoughts on the same
Love

Team 1000 Petals

Attract Abundance Now!!!

Everything in the universe is linked, including nature and individual people. Universal laws operate at all times, affecting all things. The universe intends for everyone to have the best possible outcomes, whether this is happiness, achievements or material abundance. The goal is for people to live a fulfilling and satisfying life.

  1. Have Clear Intentions

Work out in which areas of life you want to start receiving abundance. You must be clear about your goals and have a strong wish to make it happen. Motivation and determination are key aspects. Set your intentions in clear and positive terms. You can focus on any area of your life, but it is perhaps better to focus on one area at a time to prevent confusion.

  1. Think Positively

Like attracts like, so positive thoughts will attract positive outcomes. Similarly though, negative thoughts will attract negative outcomes.

Negative feelings act as a block and prevent abundance. Fear, anxiety, stress, pessimism, sadness, jealousy and resentment can all stop people from receiving abundance. It is vital that these feelings are released in order to attract abundance in any form. Meditation can help to focus on the present, which in turn can help people to rid themselves of negative feelings and have a more positive outlook on life.

  1. Use Visualisations

Visualise vividly how your life will be with the things you desire. Imagine having them right now, in the present moment. Picture yourself clearly, allow yourself to really feel having them.

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  1. Use Affirmations

Use affirmations to keep your desires focused. Repeat them on a regular basis. Believe that your dreams have already been realised when you say your affirmations. Perhaps write down your thoughts on post it notes and place them in prominent places around your home to constantly remind you of your positive wishes.

  1. Do Not Think About the “How”

Do not think about how you want things to happen. This can limit the ways that the universe works to create reality. Instead, focus on the end result and leave the how to greater forces.

  1. Do Not Set a Time Frame

Do not set a time limit for abundance to manifest. Set your intention, keep that intention, and know that it will happen at the right time. Keep an open mind about when and how your dreams will be realised.

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  1. Be Generous

Think about ways that you can give something to the world without expecting anything in return. Sending out the impression of abundance creates a sense of existing abundance that will attract like back to you. Expect to receive in return, although not explicitly from the source that you gave to. You can give money, perhaps by making a charitable donation. You can help someone in need, for example by giving directions to somebody who is lost in an unfamiliar town. You could show love, kindness and compassion to someone in distress. There are many ways that you can give.

Do not break the flow of abundance. Instead of keeping a tight hold on anything that you receive, allow some to pass on to others. Be generous with the world and the world will be generous with you.

  1. Take Positive Action

Take positive action to help your dreams come true. If you see opportunities, chase them. Yu cannot just sit back and expect things to just happen; some input from you is required. Life will present opportunities which you must seize and pursue.

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  1. Have Self-Belief

Really believe deep inside that you can achieve anything that you intend to achieve. Have confidence and an unwavering will.

  1. Show Gratitude

Stop focusing on what you perceive to be lacking and be grateful for what you actually do have right now. Also, be grateful for all that you do receive. Do not forget to say thank you and express sincere gratitude.

  1. Look for Coincidences

Pay close attention to seemingly coincidental events; there are no coincidences and everything happens for a reason. You must learn to interpret and act on things that present to you.

  1. Allow Yourself to Receive

Do not resist things from happening. Stay in a state of allowing. Adopt an attitude that allows you to receive things.

 

 

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The MOST effective technique for meditation

Meditation is a practice where an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realise some benefit or for the mind to simply acknowledge its content without becoming identified with that content or as an end in itself.

Its Simple and easy… but generally it is us who complicate things for ourselves dwelling into too much knowledge. We read umpteen number of books on meditation and all the books have many different techniques. And now, the mind starts complicating things and starts thinking that this is right and that wrong.

Remember, Meditation is absolute relaxation and not Concentration.

Here is where the Talk should stop and meditation should begin.

Follow these instructions and let us know how you feel after your first ever Meditation with us :

1. Sitting upright or lying down, place your hands on your belly.

2. Slowly breathe in, expanding your belly, to the count of five.

3. Pause.

4. Slowly breathe out to the count of six.

5. Work your way up to practicing this pattern for 10 to 20 minutes a day.

6. Let the thoughts come and go… if you forget to breathe this way and the thought becomes more prominent, Don’t feel guilty… Simply return back to breathing

There is nothing More …

Still Inquisitive?

To Map your brain to achieve deepest states of meditation, you can also Try the Lucia Light Machine And the Float Therapy at 1000 Petals, Bangalore INDIA

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Lucia N03 : Illuminate from within

Have you  heard of this evolutionary light technology that helps you reach a deep sense of meditation? … Which takes you as deep as expert meditators who have meditated 15 to 20 years? or you are completely new to words like ‘hypnagogic light experience’ and ‘lucid light therapy.’?  Well here is your break down on what the lucia light machine, its  benefits and what to expect from it.

What is Lucia Light Therapy?

 Lucia Light is a neurostimulator that combines flickering light with a constant light. This computer-controlled machine layers the lights by combining different speeds, frequencies and intensities to guide your experience. There are 8 LEDs And one halogen lamp in the centre of the Lucia Light machine .

How does Lucia Light Therapy work?

The light triggers the extremely important, pineal gland, cleansing it with photon energy of the light to produce mind-activating hormones that help enhance creativity, influences circadian rhythms and production of melatonin. Records and studies show that the viewer experiences a sense of deep relaxation and high level of concentration while undergoing the therapy.

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What is the Pineal Gland and why does it need stimulation?

The Pineal gland is a small, pea sized gland located in the center of the human brain. ask a few doctors and they say its a dormant gland… WRONG!!! Its functions in fact include: regulating hormonal, reproductive and sleep cycles, while also creating and releasing Dimethyltryptamine (DMT). DMT is integral to our visionary experiences, psychic and dreams. On a spiritual level, the Pineal is believed to be the ‘third eye’ gateway to the higher consciousness and  awakening psychic senses. The Ajna Chakra in the Hindu Mythology, better known as a Third Eye is not mystical but intact a reality.

Unfortunately there are things in our every day lives that calcify and affect the functionality of the Pineal gland. By the time of adulthood; fluoride, mercury, refined food, pesticides, sugar, alcohol, tobacco and coffee contribute to calcification of the gland.

The regular cleansing of the Pineal gland is extremely important for us human beings as it improves our focus, concentration and lets us peak into the DNA of the soul. Working with the Pineal gland has shown amazing amazing results

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What can you expect from Lucia Light?

The nature of the light is that every experience is different as it activates a transcendental experience and triggers the same positive effects as playing sport, using entheogenic substances or near-death experiences. It is most effective when the participant goes in with an open, relaxed mind with no expectations. Every person and experience is different depending on the setting used and individual’s mindset.

Benefits of Lucia Light:

  • Rapid and sustained, deep sense of relaxation
  • Increased learning capacity and performance
  • Intense feelings of happiness
  • Enhanced creativity
  • Deep emotions
  • Spiritual experiences
  • Activation of the Pineal (third eye)
  • Helps improve quality of sleep
  • Supercharges and stimulates the brain
  • Enhances mood
  • Increases ability to concentrate
  • Supplements other therapies
  • May help increase effectiveness and shorten a course of therapy

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Is Lucia Light safe?

Lucia is safe for participants as it is a low voltage central halogen light with eight LED lights. The eyes should remain closed at all times throughout the therapy for a more full, undisturbed experience. Lucia is not recommended for those sensitive to light, recent eye surgeries or individuals that experience epilepsy.

What conditions does Lucia Light help?

The range of light therapy uses are limitless as it stimulates the brain to heal the body and induces a deep sense of relaxation. Lucia is particularly used to help the following conditions:

  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Tumours
  • Compulsive and mental disorders
  • Insomnia

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Why do we offer Lucia Light Therapy at 1000 Petals?

1000 Petals began 6 months ago as a healing centre and ever since we have offered alternative therapies like the floatation tank and other meditative techniques to our visitors that want to grow spiritually, heal and reconnect with themselves and nature. As a centre in the heart of Bangalore city, you no more need to take long retreats to starts meditating. The meditation is always with you and you need to practice regularly to enhance your self and to become Reflective and not reactive.

To support you throughout this journey of betterment we have designed a few 45 days tailor made courses for you

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