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DR.Indul K.C. A Man of Action

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He Uses palms to Channelize Energy from Space to My Dad

Before entering the door, he took off his shoes and I in turn. We got into the room where my dad was lying on his bed. He greeted my dad.

‘Namaskar’ my dad replied faintly.


Alternate Healer

He then asked my dad to raise shirt to show his belly. He put his fingers and pressed gently on the stomach. Then Hhe asked my dad to open his mouth and show his tongue out. He then observed it . Then he put his hands on my dad’s knees and pressed them pressed the knees and the legs with soft fingers. He might have checked for sensation throughout the body.

After observing my dads’s over all condition, he asked my dad if he could sit beside him. My dad nodded his head agreeing him. He then sat beside my dad.

Then he turned towards me and asked me for some grains of rice with vermillion including and incense.

So, I headed to the kitchen to fetch them. And then I went to the alcove to pick up a few sticks of incense. I handed him a plate with grains of rice, vermillion and incense. He then told me to add a coin also on the plate.

Then he told me to light the incense. I struck the match stick and lit incense into golden flame. Then I blew the flame off leaving the ember on the tips. The smoke spread the sweet fragrance in the room.

He held the plate on his left hand and smoky incense on his right. He asked y dad which god he remembered most, ‘Brahama,’ ‘ Visnu’ or ‘Mahesh.’

‘Narayana. ‘ My dad replied,

Then he asked my dad to close his eyes and visualize Narayana. He began chanting Narayana. And invoked Narayana to heal my dad at the earliest and at the same time picking up grains of rice from the plate and circling his right fist around my dad’s head. Then he gave the grains to me to hold. After completing his healing session he told me to sprinkle those grains to the four direction in the open space. So, that the birds could eat them.

I walked the stair case up to the open terrace. Then I sprinkled the grains of rice and left the incense to burn on the plate itself.

Then I returned to the room. He was sitting on the sofa and encouraging my dad that he would get well soon.

He advised me to change the direction of the bed asking me if I knew about Vastusastra. I told him I did. It should have been facing east-west. Always head towards the east. I agreed to change the position.

He also suggested me to wipe dad’s body with rinsed clothes in mild warm water adding little salt in it.

After a while again he got up and went towards my dad. And held dad’s both the ears with his palms. And he asked dad if he could hear any sound from outside world.

‘No’ dad replied,

Then he told my dad that either cold or warm feeling would enter his ears from his palms. He kept on holding dad’s ears and for letting that energy flow through his hands into my dad. That abundant energy falling from the sky and everywhere. And he kept repeating that he was just a mediator of that energy.

After sometime my dad told him that he got warm sensation gassing through his ears slowly.

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Dr. Indul KC

Dr. Indul KC

Three Kinds of Action

While he was performing his healing, I was sitting on a chair. And got drifted to some thoughts:

Akarma

Vikarma

Karma

These three Sanskrit words and their meanings repeatedly banged my head.

Akarma: useless activity or action. This fetters the mind and makes meditation difficult or impossible.

Vikarma: Actions that are harmful to others and incur retributive consequence.

Karma: Doing only fixed duties benefitting the self and others. My mind could not figure out which the healer of the moment belonged to. I simply guessed he belonged to was a Karma Yogi.

By then his is healing session was over. He wanted to take heave from us at once. He had no time even to sip a cup of tea. Though this was his first visit.

He asked me for soap and water. I led him to the kitchen. Then he washed his hand and wiped.

Dr. Indul KC

Dr. Indul KC

Takes Leave

But before leaving, he wished to get introduced to my wife who was busy washing clothes outside on the tap. I showed him, my wife. She looked at us with a smile. He, in turn, greeted her. and greeted.

My wife responded too with a mild smile. Then he invited us to visit his home in Bhaktapur soon.

‘Yes,’ she said.

Then we put on our shoes. I led him through the same lane we had come from. He turned around his head for capturing the locations in his mind. We arrived at the main gate of the Stupa again.

Before getting to the bus, he asked me for a photocopy shop. I was lucky to show him the nearest one. We went there and he took out the papers to hand them over to the lady sitting inside the shop. Within a minute he got the copies back. And he gave those copies to me.

Then we strolled to the bus stop nearby. I think the bus was waiting for him. So, He got onto the bus for the next appointment downtown at 11 am.

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People Talking about People

I don’t know how many people he might have healed so far in his life. I don’t know how successful he was in his worldly affairs.

My connection with him is just over a month or so. That too only via cell phone. afterwards, I have had the opportunity to attend a workshop on diabetes and Pressure in Sri Barahipeeth Temple, in Bhaktapur on 7 and 6 of August 2016. His team was the organizer.

He shares his knowledge and skill in alternative medicine. He is a Reiki master and Yoga Guru. And importantly he shares his knowledge without any expectation.

I wish he could reach on time to the places he wants to care and share. Not a bad idea for a man who is about 75 who spends his talents and time for a worthy cause.

But one thing surely I know of him. He has a childlike behaviour carrying a charming face. And his attitude towards society reminds me of

Samuel Ullman’s ‘Youth’.

I think surely he is a man of action in his own ways. And a Samaritan indeed

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2018 gyanendra mocktan

Comments

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 08, 2020:

Belated thank you.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 08, 2020:

Belated thank you.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 08, 2020:

I am grateful to you and Infinite above.

Thank you

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 08, 2020:

I am grateful to you

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 08, 2020:

Yes, we need such man to heal the world.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 05, 2020:

Robert Sacchi, I apologize for wrong spelling of Sacchi in my previous comment

Thank you

Robert Sacchi on December 05, 2020:

You're welcome.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 05, 2020:

Cheers! Robert Sachhi

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on December 04, 2020:

Bill Holland, Thank you very much. Yes, we need more of people like him. Besides that I've got to wrestle through my writing world. I know people like you are going to pull me up. Thank you.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on November 20, 2020:

A remarkable man for sure. Thank you for sharing this story about him. We need more men like him.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on November 11, 2020:

Thank you very much for your valuable words.

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on January 16, 2020:

This is a beautiful story and well written. I hope to read more by you.

Thank you.

Robert Sacchi on October 15, 2018:

Thank you for a look at alternate medicine.

gyanendra mocktan (author) from Kathmandu,Nepal on October 02, 2018:

Ebin Mathew phill. I have not words to say you thank you. It is just feeling inside me. Thank you again.

Ebin Mathew phili on October 02, 2018:

So inspirational. Eagerly Waiting to read more from you

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