Tag Archives: muscle memory

Divine Mother gives inner healing of all pains

Posted on by Ma Durga

Over the last one month, I have been working with several people through the process of healing their past pain and violence done to them by the unconscious parents and society. See, when the human beings live in the unconscious … Continue reading

Vedic Healing for Cancer

Posted on by Ma Durga

As some of you may be aware, I am a cancer survivor. After having healed from stage 3 cervix cancer in 2006 by the grace of my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), I now carry the muscle memory … Continue reading

Know Your Life Purpose

Posted on by Ma Durga

Do you know your life purpose? During my coaching for the aspiring spiritual entrepreneurs, the first thing I work on them is to find out their life purpose! This is a very important process in the spiritual awakening which I … Continue reading

Is negativity robbing your life?

Posted on by Ma Durga

Currently I am writing my first book on completion with body and I was searching for technique to transform the muscle memory. The search ended when I found a discourse by my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) gave when … Continue reading

Awaken the bio energy – the God particle in you

Posted on by Ma Durga

Last month, I attended a mind-blowing webinar by a living incarnation, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). He revealed the 3 components in every human beings – firstly, the Muscle memory which is the place where day to day activities … Continue reading

Build a Strong Stomach for Enlightenment

Posted on by Ma Durga

Two weeks ago, one of my students shared with me that she had two bouts of food poisoning within a month while she was on business trip. She suffered chronic pain in the abdomen and was beginning to worry that something could … Continue reading

Re-program Your Muscle Memory Through Yoga

Posted on by Ma Durga

Are you aware there is such a thing called muscle memory? The truth is our body stores memories in different parts of the organs and muscles. Muscle memory is responsible for the spontaneous way in which we react to every … Continue reading