Fasting is a universal remedy for almost all diseases, except for tuberculosis, anemia and perforated ulcer. A bright feature of this method is the saying of ber-Tole: “the Fact that the hunger won’t cure, nothing will be cured.” Moderate hunger also helps restore the cells of the organism and its rejuvenation. There are several varieties of fasting: a duration of 20-30 days, which can be carried out only under the supervision of a specialist; fasting before the crisis – 7-12 days; short-term fasting lasting from 1 to 3 days.
It is recommended to start with one-day fasting once a month. When it will not be the difficulty, can be carried out once a month three days. And only accustomed to this procedure, no earlier than six months can hold fasting to the crisis.
Day starvation can begin only pre-tuned to it. Need to convince myself that this is useful, it is necessary for the recovery and purification of the body, the result will be a more energetic and youthful. Three days before the fasting, it is necessary to refuse from meat and fish food, spices and hot spices. On the eve of the day of fasting in the evening not to eat dinner and gelatinosa.
In the morning to perform complex asanas that you do usually. During the day you can maintain your usual lifestyle. During the day you should drink water (2-2,5 l). The water should be at room temperature. Drink small SIPS about every half an hour. The evening of the day of fasting again do an enema. You need to very carefully approach the exit from starvation, as any violations of the rules can lead to poor health and various complications. On the first day after fasting, before lunch you need to drink any one juice. Continue reading
“Since the beginning of the twentieth century ethnologists used to not too accurate use of concepts such as shaman, medicine man, magician or a wizard to define some entities, endowed with magical-religious powers and found in all “primitive” society. Since then, this terminology has extended to research in the field of religious history of “civilized” peoples. Say, for example, about Indian, Iranian, German, Chinese, and even Babylonian shamanism, meaning “primitive” elements in the respective religions. If the word “shaman” to indicate every magician, sorcerer, healer or mystic, mentioned in the history of religions and religious Ethnology, we eventually get a very complex and at the same time, an imprecise concept, the benefit of which is questionable because there is already the terms “mage” and “warlock” to refer to concepts as diverse as it is vague, such as magic or primitive mysticism.
Magic and magicians we see are almost all over the world, whereas shamanism is a particular magical “profession”, which we highlight in particular: “the taming of the fire”, a magical flight, etc. For this reason, though the shaman is, among other things, also a magician, not every magician can be defined as a shaman. The same applies to shamanic healings: each witch doctor is a healer, but the shaman has its own special methods. As for simanskiene of ecstasy, they do not exhaust all varieties of ecstatic experiences, recorded in the history of religions and religious Ethnology. Therefore, each ecstatic cannot be considered a shaman: the shaman is a specialist in trance during which his soul, as is commonly believed, leaves the body to ascend to the Sky or descend to Hell. Continue reading
Bolivia . on the Altiplano Catholicism coexists with the cosmovision of the Andean Indians.
The language of the Maha Huay evolved over many centuries, is a “secret language” which is spoken today only a few families of traditional doctors, herbalists, calavia . living in the Andes of Bolivia. Language Kallawaya is a means of transmission of ancient knowledge . are now under threat of extinction.
Calavia, herbalists Wanderers from the province of Bautista Saavedra, Department of La Paz, over many centuries have developed a “family language” of the tribes (ayllu), within which from generation to generation, passed on holistic healing knowledge. This language received the name mahah Huai or “language people”. Today, it is spoken of calavia eight families in the province, where the language of everyday communication is Quechua.
For the first time this language became interested in the colonies, administrators, and chroniclers, as mestizos, and Spaniards, testified to his “rarity”. Starting from the XVII century, it was widely distributed information about the existence of a special language healers-herbalists, who prepare medicine for the Inca kings and their entourage. Continue reading