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Self-healing refers to the process of recovery, motivated by and directed by the patient, guided often only by instinct.

Numerology is the belief in an occult, divine or mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events.

A spiritual consultation attempts to facilitate a broader, more spiritual understanding of any situation or imbalance present in someone's life.

A simply prepared medication or tonic often of unproven effectiveness administered without prescription or professional supervision .

Holistic development is the social, emotional, physical, mental, and intellectual growth of a person.
OCTOBER 9, 2020

Journey of Mrs. Gargee Vidyarthi

She is a postgraduate in English and a graduate both in home science and education. I've been an educator for more than a decade, grappling with multiple issues affecting adolescent children with specific reference to command over the English language. She also led the initiative to educate special needs children through the NIOS programme while in Delhi. Having earned her experience in education in premier schools in the country, she chose to move away from urban spaces and volunteer to educate children in villages. Through this journey, she accompanied her husband in various trying and hazardous assignments, including those in Jammu and Kashmir and along the Line of Actual Control in the North-East. Through this journey, she developed an interest in Ayurveda, home remedies, and a desire to live a life free of chemicals. This has given birth to a non-commercial venture that aims to pay back to society by sharing her experiences of Ayurvedic home remedies, the importance of meditation, healing, affirmations, counselling, and numerology. She is an avid reader and loves the outdoors, with a passion for walking, cycling, trekking, and gardening. She loves to knit and crochet. An amateur golfer and has participated in tournaments across the country. At this stage in her life, she remains a proud Army wife and a satisfied parent, with her 22-year-old daughter working as an archaeologist in Cambridge and her 18-year-old year old pursuing a BSc in Mathematics from St. Xavier’s Mumbai. In the future, she looks forward to contributing to the community, foraying into the world of organic farming, and bringing better amenities to rural spaces in India.

OCTOBER 9, 2020

My Tryst with Natural Remedies by Gargee Vidyarthi.

I have always been keen on natural remedies and have a sort of distrust for modern medicine. My faith in the therapeutic ways of nature was strengthened when I visited Novdanya Farms in Dehradun in 2013. There I got first-hand experience of how nature has everything for us. That set me thinking, and then in the year 2016, I read an article in the Times of India about these women who were using various natural products at home. From then on, there has been no turning back. I started with garbage enzyme, a sort of phenol with multipurpose uses. It can be used as a bodywash, to remove stains, etc. This enzyme’s uses are many, and this convinced me that I could make the shift from using chemicals to natural products. Thus, my journey to minimise chemicals started. I switched to soap nuts or reetha for washing clothes, and its effectiveness in cleaning them and removing stains is amazing. The clothes did not lose their colour or fade away. Now I use reetha water along with washing soda, vinegar, and baking soda for stubborn stains.

OCTOBER 9, 2020

How I Changed To Mitti Handi.

The success with these products prompted me to change the way I cook also. One day I chanced upon to see a video on Mitti Handi (Earthen Pots) and I decided to try and cook in them. Lo and behold the taste was better. I have changed my way of cooking completely now and indulge in slow cooking. No use of pressure cookers for me. I cook dals, non-veg, vegetables in handi’s only. I use handis both on Gas or Chulha. Truly speaking, the food can be kept outside without refrigeration for a long time. I now dabble with creams also and make cream with aloe vera gel + coconut oil or sesame oil. This cream is wonderful and when made with sesame oil acts as a Sunscreen Lotion also. I use kaajal as well as eye liner which is homemade and this kaajal keeps my eyes healthy.