Sunday, 31 January 2016

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Color therapy or chromotherapy, is a non-invasive energy medicine modality. written by Rashmi Arora



The concept of color therapy is based on the fact  that on the surface of our skin the vibrating fields of colors generate electrical and magnetic fields of energy that in turn activate biochemical processes which stimulate the brain which subsequently balances the entire system and organs.

Color therapy offers specific colors to specific parts of the body to regenerate and rejuvenate areas that are diseased or having blocked energy. There are other methods also available to induce colors in the body.

The Curative Properties of main  7 colors of the spectrum are
RED (BRIGHT RED) - Warm and stimulating. Useful in anaemia. 
ORANGE is a respiratory stimulant; relieves spasms and cramps and is useful for obese people
YELLOW is a strong stimulant and energiser for muscles and nerves,  and stimulates digestion.
GREEN - Stimulates pituitary gland, encourages muscle and tissue building and  has antibacterial properties.
BLUE - Cooling, strongly anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, stops bleeding; reduces fever, pain.
INDIGO (BLUE-VIOLET) -  Pain relieving and improves the immune system.
VIOLET - Relaxing and soothing. It also stimulates the spleen and builds white blood cells.

Light is the essence of all living beings in the solar system.  Color therapy is based on this universal truth.
written by Rashmi Arora

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Saturday, 30 January 2016

Article written By Anu Mehta For Bliss Equity Life Style Magazine on Suicide and META-Health



Article written in Bliss Equity LifeStyle Lounge On Dr Kwesi Anan Odum edited by By Anu Mehta ,interviewed and written by Meenal Jaiswal

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Mechanism of Stress - By Rashmi Arora

Lets understand how stress affects us and what can be done to resolve the stress.
The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is a vast network of nerves reaching out from the spinal cord, directly affecting every organ in the body. It has two branches, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic, which have opposite effects.  The sympathetic branch helps us deal with stressful situations by initiating a ‘fight or flight’ reaction.  While the parasympathetic system initiates subsequent relaxation.
In healthy people, the two branches of the ANS maintain a balance i.e. action followed by relaxation.
Unfortunately in many people the sympathetic ANS stays on guard, making them unable to relax and does not let the parasympathetic system take over. If this situation becomes chronic, a whole variety of stress-related symptoms and illnesses can follow eg diabetes, hypertension and decreased immune response of the body.

A therapist with the help of various techniques can help you to switch over from the sympathetic system to the parasympathetic system, equip you with coping skills and help you tide over the stress to maintain the normal physical, mental and emotional harmony of the body.

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Friday, 29 January 2016

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STRESS AFFECTS HEALTH - by Rashmi Arora




Stressed....! Yes we have all felt it. 
Multiple challenges of everyday makes us react in a way similar to our ancestors, when in a threat of being eaten by predators.
Stress is an automated response of the body to any challenge. It also has an impact on the health of a person.
There is a link between physical body and emotions, But have you ever wondered what kind of stress produces what kind of impact and why?
Let me tell you some real examples :
A lady with a skin disease was affected by the death or separation of her son. 
In another case of a boy having a skin disease, the history was traced to not being able to defend himself at school.  
The cause of bone diseases is related to low self esteem.
Different types of stress have a different impact on the physical plane.
Do you know what is the emotional cause hidden behind your disease...? 

What has made your body react this way.....?


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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

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Monday, 25 January 2016

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Saturday, 23 January 2016

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The GUT Sense - Rashmi Arora


Constipation is difficult or infrequent passage of stool, hardness of stool, or a feeling of incomplete evacuation.
Constipation actually means a high level of constraint or restriction.
Obsessive-compulsive patients often feel the need to rid the body daily of “unclean” wastes. Such patients often spend excessive time on the toilet or become chronic users of cathartics. It is understood that the exact stress which would cause this particular tissue to react in this particular way was the attitude or belief involving the inability to move something (in our life) down or out.  The specific thoughts involved would be ‘I am stuck!‘ but on a very deep, almost unconscious level.  
A therapist with the help of various techniques can help you over come the belief of “being stuck up” and help you get rid of the troublesome sense of constipation.  Homeopathy is a holistic, nontoxic system of medicine that is individualizes the symptoms of the patient.  The prescription depends upon symptoms and the underlying cause of the constipation. Homeopathic remedies work at a deeper level than nutritional supplements, medicines and most herbs because they target the mind and the emotions in addition to the physical body.

Dr Rashmi Arora
Homeopathy Doctor