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Thank you so much for asking.  I answered you over on your blog.  Cheers

posted by GoldenMean on October 24, 2017 at 5:52 AM | link to this | reply

Hi GM,

How are you?  How is your Momma?

posted by Amanda__ on October 22, 2017 at 1:20 PM | link to this | reply

Re: Anib

GM, I can't tell you how happy i am to learn that you mom is on the road to improving, bit by bit, and let us hope that this word in reality remains a verb and that she keeps progressing. The nursing care and exercises should help her getting back home, soon. My brother-in-law, you too will be happy to learn, is on the road to recovery, however slight they may be. He can now turn his head and respond without being able to speak, in the direction of the speaker. As for me, I am keeping fine and have also started doing some yoga and pranayama exercises which keeps me fit and energized throughout the day, I've made my wife too, to start these, which I'm teaching her. She is diabetic, tall, but a bit on the heavier side. Congrats on your acquiring a new dirt-track bike, but as you have yourself said, I'm just repeating, please be careful. With Cheers and 

posted by anib on October 4, 2017 at 9:43 PM | link to this | reply


Thank you for your kind inquiry, thoughts and prayers.  I am very grateful to you.  I am happy to report that my mother has made some slight improvement,  but mostly because I put her in a nursing facility,  where they provide good food for her and they make her exercise.  She is becoming stronger,  and becoming fiesty again,  and complaining that she feels like she is 'in a prison',  even though it may be her salvation,  her key to returning home.  They are helping her a great deal,  and she might go back home in a few weeks. 

I am very concerned about your brother-in-law,  who suffered the big stroke.  How sad to be cut down at the age of 53 by a stroke.  Is there any improvement for him??  I have prayed that he is doing better, is healing some.   And I trust that you are healing from your terrible fall.   Just be more careful,  my friend!!  Take care of yourself,  because you are taking care of others who depend upon you.....  and here I should be taking my own advice.  I just got a new dirt bike,  a 2017 KTM 250 Freeride,  and I must be careful when riding it.  Cheers   

posted by GoldenMean on October 3, 2017 at 8:07 PM | link to this | reply


i only hope, GoldenMean, that your 91 year old ailing mother gets relief from the severe conditions, all painful, and find rest in God's hand. It's horrible to think of anything that just keeps going on and on. I was once operated on my eye for a posterior part of cornea. It was so very painful and it would not abate at all.  Suffered for 24 days and when it finally went, it was aLmost a new life for me, in relief. 

posted by anib on October 1, 2017 at 10:36 PM | link to this | reply

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Yes, my good friend, I sincerely hope and pray that we will both come out of the dark pits we are in now. 

posted by anib on September 16, 2017 at 9:10 PM | link to this | reply


Truly, thank you for your comment and inquiry......  I fear that my 91-year old mother has taken a turn for the worse, and it is consuming all my time now.  But my good friend,  you are having even more tragedies in your life,  and I do not know how you can bear them all,  and still write for us on Blogit. 

My heart bleeds for you, and for your family, and for me and my family.  These are dark times for us,  and for the world, and I do not know how to climb out of the pit of darkness,  but somehow I will find a way.  There is a God who will answer our calls for help,  and I have been praying constantly for the past 2 weeks,  to help my mother.  I will add your family to my requests to God........  Cheers   

posted by GoldenMean on September 16, 2017 at 7:30 PM | link to this | reply

Hi there GM

I hope that your ailing mother is somewhat better now. I pray for her recovery, at least to the extent possible and that she doesn't have to suffer. In the meanwhile my mother-in-law of whom we were taking care, passed away on 4th Sept. We brought her to our home as her son, my brother-in-law, suffered a massive stroke, incapacitating him almost. He is living a vegetable life now, at a young age of fifty three. They call it cerebro-vascular-insufficiency (CVI). I too had my share ... fell off from our terrace, a madman pelting stone on the passenger's side while I was driving, the window broke and splinters caused me minor wounds etc. But nothing to worry, I am in one piece. 


posted by anib on September 16, 2017 at 12:40 AM | link to this | reply

Hello Anib

I thank you so much for your unsolicited and un-asked-for comment.  You are actually seeking for me and asking about my welfare.  This is a very rare quality in people, and you have it!! 

I have been busy taking care of my 91-year-old mother,  who has many health problems,  and I must ask for your prayers in her behalf. This has been taking up all my spare time,  so I cannot keep up with the research and writing that I normally do.  I will be posting and commenting more later,  you can be sure of that!!!  CHEERS 

posted by GoldenMean on September 2, 2017 at 8:32 PM | link to this | reply

Hello GM

ive neither seen you write or comment for quite a while now. I do so enjoy your discussions on various subjects and I wish that you soon write to stimulate and teach as well. 

posted by anib on September 2, 2017 at 3:31 AM | link to this | reply

I've answered you on 'sacrifice'. The difference - for the ancients it was Yagna, but for the later seventeenth century orthodox Hindus, Yagna came to being desecrated in its worst form, Bali - for appeasing gods. Grave sins adorned with religious sanctions. 

posted by anib on August 22, 2017 at 12:11 AM | link to this | reply

And GM

I hope you'll like my earlier post explored another angle, the eating sin thing talking about modern ecological balance thousands of years ago. 

posted by anib on August 20, 2017 at 9:36 PM | link to this | reply

Re: Yes, my good friend GM

I haven't a clue as to why the three of us entered into a suicide pact, or that a painful option was chosen. There's no memory of it. It was more a dream-like thing starting from trying to burn ourselves. Also, i have no way of knowing whether I was imagining things in a trance. But surprisingly it's now six days since the burning sensation has subsided and its comforting, and I feel light. My wife told me just the other day that I get a new pair of shoes. I haven't yet. The experience was consistent in sequence but broken which, I felt continued a long period of time, or so I felt. 'Synchrocity', could be, as you mention. I'll sometime get in touch with a psychiatrist. Thank you and Cheers 

posted by anib on August 20, 2017 at 9:32 PM | link to this | reply

And also, my friend Anib...

You mentioned that this 'memory' or vision affected your feet.  Previously, you had a burning sensation on the soles of your feet, but after the vision, the burning sensation went away.  This is encouraging, that your vision had some healing effect.  You should be happy about this.  And it agrees with the experiences of so many cases of past-life regression,  as I reported in this post.  Cheers

posted by GoldenMean on August 20, 2017 at 8:32 AM | link to this | reply


Wow, that is a shocking 'memory' or 'vision' to have imposed upon your awareness!!

A mutual suicide pact is disturbing.  How interesting that I just wrote about a mutual suicide pact between the famous Jewish historian Josephus and his 40 soldiers who were trapped in a cave by the Roman Army.

Interesting also, that I have some personal experience with suicide, as my poor crippled 87-year-old father took that option, when he felt that life was no longer worth living.  He took an overdose of his pain pills.

It seems that you and I are experiencing some spiritual connection that is called "synchronicity",  when we are suddenly shown a link to other people and events, that is not explained by conventional science. 

Your memory or vision must be extremely interesting and frustrating at the same time,  because it gives tidbits of information, but generates so many questions that cannot be answered.  Why were you motivated to kill yourself? And why were those other people involved?  And why was such a painful method chosen (burning),  instead of something painless?

I would suggest that you go to a psychiatric therapist who is familiar with past-life therapy,  so that you might quickly find out more about your memory/vision. 

posted by GoldenMean on August 20, 2017 at 8:24 AM | link to this | reply

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But I'm not sure at all whether or not it was regression of any kind. At least not all that we discussed on the subject in our earlier posts.

posted by anib on August 20, 2017 at 12:20 AM | link to this | reply

Re: Anib/GM

Until now, I was only writing what I came to learn from my reading and researches. But somehow from within I wanted to experience! if I could. So I thought of giving it a try. These are extremely tough practices, and I was trying for the last five months to master a posture, calld Vajrasan; I had given up the practices for more than ten years, and did them also for about ten years. This is somewhat like your earlier experiences in the Thai/Buddhist temple you went to, and couldn't bend your knees. The body needs to be first chastised to listen to your commands. The last five days I was trying but nothing happened. At 4 in the morning, I would go to the terrace until I could sit in Vajrasan for about half an hour. Only when you have no pain can you go into meditation, a kind of auto-suggestion that you are going back very very slowly. I became almost unconscious and did not know or remember anything afterwards. And then I envisioned that three of us, one of them being my colleague in Sandoz (I don't know for what reason), enter into a pact of committing suicide, the third one, I cannot recall, laid inside a quilt and with a matchstick I light a flame on the quilt. It wouldn't burn. So, I got up and lit myself on my clothes. I could see myself burning, my colleague Navneet watching me amazed, without a sound, while I urged him to do the same. Surprisingly there wasn't any burning sensation, and I woke up with a start. The funny part of it was that I used to have a recurring burning feeling on my feet, or rather, the soles. It's not there now but I don't know how long it will stay so. I felt awkward to be writing a stupid experience of mine, and wish that my readers don't try. Cheers 

posted by anib on August 20, 2017 at 12:15 AM | link to this | reply


We would all be delighted, I am sure, to hear about your regression experience.  Also whether it 'felt' like a real memory, or if it felt more like a dream. This is a fascinating subject for me, and I think it is a very important one.

posted by GoldenMean on August 18, 2017 at 9:37 AM | link to this | reply

Dear GM

I'll be back to share my experience of going back in regression. But I have no way to know whether it was real/unreal. I'm not an expert but only a neophyte. 

posted by anib on August 17, 2017 at 7:10 PM | link to this | reply


Thanks for your reading and generous comment.  At least I am 'fascinating'.... you could have chosen a worse adjective, LOL.

Yes, I agree on the intimate connections of mind and body, but of course, you have left out the third and most important point of the triangle..... the spirit, which is more important than the other two, for it predates them and survives their death.

Are you implying that I am not a 'serious' person?  LOL, perish the thought, I ooze seriousness from my very pores.  But somehow, I missed the notion of the old Cartesian mind-body split.  You seem to think it was wrong, anyway, so never mind and let us move on.

Yes, I am familiar with the horrific old medical practice, of blood-letting, and I think some of the modern medical techniques are equally foolish.  I did not say that all doctors are in the pockets of 'Big Pharma',  but only that 'Big Pharma' seeks to put them there, through their corporate and financial greed.  Just follow the money....... doctors are paid to prescribe certain drugs, and not others, so what will they likely do.....?

My good friend,  I think that you would be a great candidate for past-life regression.  I have no doubt that you have had some very interesting lives, and that some astounding memories would pop out of your mind-body-spirit interface, for you to analyze with your keen intellect.  For that matter, I think I should do that myself,  but I have not yet found the proper time and place and practitioner.  Cheers  



posted by GoldenMean on August 16, 2017 at 1:49 AM | link to this | reply


As always, really fascinating! To deal with this post adequately would require one or several of my own - and I have no time for that, unfortunately.

I think we can definitely meet on one position - the intimate connectedness of mind and body. But I think most serious people, including many in the medical professions, have long since abandoned any notions of the old Cartesian mind-body split. 

I've come to know a few exceellent doctors (among them my family doc) who are fully aware of medicine's limitations, in spite of the undeniably vast advances that have been made in the course of the last 150 years or so. Neither of us remembers the time when blood-letting was a widely practiced method for dealing with fever, but we know of those days...

Neither do I belive that all doctors are in the pockets of 'Big Pharma'...

And 'Reincarnation?' 'Memories' of past lives are easily explained...In the end I think we'll again have to agree to disagree about that, which is easy enough for us because we respect one another...

posted by Nautikos on August 15, 2017 at 9:33 AM | link to this | reply


Thanks for your generous support in your comment.  You see my point about the miraculous healings,  but do you see my point about the crimes that have deprived us of that healing, in the entire history of humanity?  Has the Chakra system that you mention, highly developed in India..... has it produced prolific cases of healing, as Western past-life regression has produced?  If the Chakra system has not produced many cases of healing in the popular literature, then I would question it's validity.

I am not challenging,  but merely asking,  have you seen any ancient Hindu writings that parallel the recent Western writings, when it comes to healing of chronic pain or disease?  You are our brave reporter of things Hindu or Indian, so I must kindly ask to rely upon your keen observance in those arenas.  If you have not seen such,  then it is of no consequence, one way or another.....  Cheers    

posted by GoldenMean on August 15, 2017 at 12:25 AM | link to this | reply


This article GM is powerfully written, with facts that are incontrovertible, very well researched and an equally relevant one. While reading I actually started thinking of the DNA switching on and off mechanisms in the present life, carried on as remnants from a past life, and to my surprise I found your answer to FSI on this very point. in other words it means that it was only recently that man stumbled upon past life regressive therapy, and altogether be relieved from chronic pains, possible simply by reliving that memory. This bit of memory retention is also because they, at the time of their past moment of their deaths, were terrified but conscious for a while. In that fringe of the traumatic experience the memory stays on at least until the next life, to be excavated and totally relieved from that traumatic experience. This may appear so mystical or miraculous, Chakra activation goes further back. Did I mention that a similar smaller version of this philosophy is the modern western regression therapy. So, although I see your point very clearly, there are much more yet to be understood on the subject, and I await your next article in anticipation. Cheers

posted by anib on August 13, 2017 at 10:17 PM | link to this | reply


You might be onto something there.  DNA is definitely a factor.  They have discovered that genes in the DNA can be 'switched on' and 'switched off' by various triggers.  It is entirely feasible that the chronic pains from past lives are expressed through genes, and our souls would likely contain the 'master switches' for all genes. 

posted by GoldenMean on August 12, 2017 at 12:48 AM | link to this | reply

That does make sense about some chronic pain being from past lives. I guess scientifically, one could bring up that it is the DNA.

posted by FormerStudentIntern on August 11, 2017 at 9:09 AM | link to this | reply

This is very interesting to me, and I have watched some documentaries on reincarnation and past life regression.  It makes total sense to me, actually!  Loved this post!

posted by RASSE on August 10, 2017 at 10:59 PM | link to this | reply


Yes, my mother at 91 years old is being 'fobbed off' by doctors also.  They do not want to admit or be reminded that the statin drugs that some doctor prescribed for her 30 years ago, have ruined her health.

posted by GoldenMean on August 10, 2017 at 12:43 PM | link to this | reply

as an RN I find a lot of common sense in this article. 

Big Pharmacy has become hopelessly out of control, especially it the USA.

But here in Canada, Wiley and I are finding that at 81 the doctors who have always taken such care of him are just fobbing him off with excuses or another drug. he is on enough drugs for his heart. I am not interested in giving him more.

if it is aging issues and nothing can really be done, we would rather they just came out with the truth gently of course. We would rather face the future knowing than to be just fobbed off.

posted by Kabu on August 10, 2017 at 11:43 AM | link to this | reply

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