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I have no regrets in my life

Guru Mangala Since my return in Feb (called back) my brother-in-law was critical with Prostate cancer which was galloping, I have been constantly in touch with Balakumar. I wish to bring to others a few more positive healings. My brother-in-law Capt Sundaresan was dying in Coimbatore of prostate cancer. He was in a hospice and waiting for death. He was 79 years old. The whole family was in a depression because he was everybody’s favorite person and they could not bear to see him suffer like this.  The indefinite waiting was agony for him and others. I asked Naran for help. He asked us to chant the mantra "KUNCHITA PAADAM SHARANAM" and then "KAALAM NAMAMYAHAM" placed under his pillow. I gave the Bach flower remedy WALNUT too. For the family in waiting I added (Bach Flower Remedy) WALNUT and RED CHESTNUT (concern for the patient) along with RESCUE REMEDY (a difficult situation to handle) to the drinking water. What was very surprising to the hospice staff is that in spite of the cancer spreading to all organs and mouth, why was he not in pain? They never gave any palliative, only care. Everyone said, "He is not in pain because it is the good Karma he accumulated through the selfless life he has leaded.  He took so many people’s pain away and so their gratitude is helping him stay without pain". No DOUBT. But in my mind I was sure it is the Chants, The flowers and the constant affirmations, which we were guided by Balakumar, added to the Good Karma. Capt died peacefully on March 10th, listening to MS Subbulakshmi‘s song "Kuraionrum Illai" (there are no more regrets for me) and as my sister-in-law was chanting the Gayatri mantra. Thanks to Naran for this healing.

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