PREPARING SAMPLES OF
70 SELECTED SANJEEVINI COMBINATIONS
5.2 What is a Sample of a Sanjeevini Combination?
5.3 What is the advantage of keeping Samples of Selected Sanjeevini Combinations?
5.4 What are the items required for preparing the SSC Samples?
5.5 Which mediums are good for preparing SSC Samples?
5.6 Which containers should be used for Preparing the SSC Samples?
5.7 How are SSC Samples prepared? Examples of SSC1, SSC 60, SSC 2
5.8 How is a Sample of a sub combination of a Selected Sanjeevini Combination to be prepared-SSC 2(a)
5.9 Charging the entire stock of the medium with SSC 1 and SSC 60
5.10 Is it necessary to recharge SSC Samples periodically? Say every month or so.
5.11 How to store the SSC Samples for easy retrieval during the healing work?
IS IT NECESSARY TO RECHARGE SSC SAMPLES PERIODICALLY?
SAY EVERY MONTH OR SO
5.10 IS IT NECESSARY TO RECHARGE SSC SAMPLES PERIODICALLY? SAY EVERY MONTH OR SO
This is a common question asked. The answer is simple. The Sanjeevini vibration in a Sample lasts as long as the medium does. You do not need to recharge the medium every few days or weeks or months. Once you have charged it, the medium contains the healing vibration for all times. Once you have charged a long-lasting medium (e.g. sugar globules) with a Sanjeevini pattern, its potency, or effectiveness will remain consistent for days, months and may be up to a couple of years until the pills get soggy or discoloured.
You can prepare hundreds or thousands of remedies with a sample using the Multiplication & Broadcasting Card. Its charge does not get diminished at all. Never have a doubt in your mind on the potency of the Sample being reduced after extensive usage or after a certain period of time has elapsed.
To sum it up, “there is no need to recharge a Sample because the Sanjeevini vibration lasts forever. But there is no harm in recharging if you feel like doing so.” The process of recharging deepens our connection with the Divine and with individual Sanjeevinis and therefore can be undertaken any time.
Vibhuti is ofcourse the ideal medium for preparing samples as it lasts for ever.