Update 16/5/17: Thanks for one of my readers who provided these info: 1. Went to JPN second floor, queue up to get application form for single status. 2. Went to Sumpah area at down stairs (beware 12pm closed). 3. If Sumpah area closed, go to the opposite building at Mahkamah Istana to get it endorsed. 4. Go back to JPN queue up area to get number, wait for the number and submit endorsed document, 10-20 minutes later successfully collect my single status letter. 5. Bring the letter to Mahkamah Istana second floor, there a guy name Mr Lim will give you translation services to Chinese at RM60. 6. After translated the single status, bring the single status and translated document to Wisma Putra to endorse both. 7. I paid RM50 to have the document endorsed. 8. Bring the document to Chinese Embassy to endorse. (this step I haven't completed, will do so tomorrow.)
Note: you do not have to go to Wisma to endorse first only translate. You can get single status translated first, then only go to Wi…
I started the matka pot treatment last night. Been feeling a lot of left agnya catch lately, so thought that it is high time to do a matka pot treatment. Here is what we need:
7 limes (I heard in Belgium, they used 7 lemons, so the pot that they used is so big and they have a hard time trying to dispose the pot after the 7 nights). Cut the top of the limes to expose a bit of the flesh.
7 chillies. Remove the top of the chillies (I don't know what you call, stem or stalk). I used small chillies so that they can fit into the matka pot.
1 matka pot (here in Malaysia we used claypot that they cooked claypot rice, glazed inside so that it will not leak)
So, you put everything into the pot and vibrate in front of Shri Mataji's photo. Pray that the matka pot will absorb all the catches and negativities. Then place it on the left side of the bed. I put it under the bed but you can also put it on a side table on your left side. Just be careful not to spill the …
I have decided to gather all information for pregnant Sahaja Yoginis here. This is probably not conclusive, so please feel free to add on if you have anymore inputs. To read more about it, please go to amruta.org.
I guess the experience varies from individual to individual. But I was very sensitive to vibrations and negativity when I was in my first trimester. So much so that sometimes I have to do 2-3 times footsoak in a row in order to feel better. But it gets better in the second trimester.
As for havan, I was told that pregnant ladies can attend havan but have to sit far from the fire and don't sit too long. This was advice by the Vashi doctors. But my own experience, in which I attended one havan, I didn't feel good after that. It's just my personal feelings about it as I was ultra-sensitive. But I read some yoginis wrote that pregnant ladies should not attend havan altogether. So, it really depends. I guess you could always check vibrations to find out…