H1N1 Flu Prevention
protecting yourself from H1N1, it has been
recommended that you wash your nostrils with salt water.
Maitreya introduced the
to the Mission, which includes the washing of the
nostrils, more than thirty years ago. If you take a Half Bath (HB) regularly, your immune system will be very strong.
Indeed the possibility that you are infected by viruses which make many people
sick will become minimal. Maitreya also revealed
Quarter Bath (QB), which is meant to be a more flexible way to cool
the body in different situations. If you like, you can add the
washing of the nostrils to the process. It is also recommended to
wash your hands often.
Other factors besides for what is recommended
above are also at
work, such as your diet, exercise, meditation, inner-cize (yoga),
environment, and all the elements of the
Prerequisites of Spiritual Life.
In addition to these, there are many other things
you can do that further prevent the spread of viruses and diseases.
1. Washing of the colon
2. Thoroughly washing and cleaning your anal area with
water after going to the bathroom (toilet paper does not do the job -
hemorrhoid problems and colon cancer are often the result of not washing
3. Pouring water on the genital area after each
urination (it cools the second chakra, help to prevent yeast infection
and prostate problems - including cancer).
4. Taking your shoes off when you enter your house or
dwelling area (this is even more important than washing your hands; the
bottoms of our shoes are much dirtier than our hands)
5. Taking a full bath often
6. Cleaning indoor and outdoor pets thoroughly
Maitreya will soon write an
article on added exercises and practices, in addition to the prerequisites
spiritual life. Indeed He will introduce a new dance for women
called Tandavi (in the tune of Tandava for men). We need someone
who is a good dancer to create a video of the movements so we can have
it in the website before the article can be written.
If you are a good female dancer, let us know at
you are familiar with traditional Indian dance, that would be even