Now that you have ordered your Dhanvantri Vitara, you must select the frequencies to be programmed into the Vitara to establish perfect health. We enlist the help of the deva of the body for this selection process. You will learn to communicate with the deva of your body now.
Deva of the Body
The deva of the body is the collective consciousness of all the devas in all of the cells of the body. Each of your 50+ trillion cells has a deva that makes the cell alive and intelligent. This collective deva of the body is completely knowledgeable about the health and needs of the body. This deva also is able to communicate with other devas. Once you have established communication with the deva of your body, a whole new world of help and information will open to you that will allow you to achieve and maintain perfect health.
The deva of the body exists as a separate conscious, intelligent being in the realm of the pranamaya kosha or Astral Plane. Specifically this deva exists in the Etheric Plane, which is a sub-realm of the Astral Plane. The Etheric Plane is the interface between the physical and the prana field. The Astral Plane exists within the prana field. In the Etheric Plane we find many of the devas or nature spirits that interact with the physical, allowing plants and animals to be alive.
The deva of the body communicates to our conscious mind in the manner of intuitions. Intuitions are simple packets of "knowing" that are pre-thought. We look at a sandwich for example and have a bad feeling about it; "this is not good for me." That is the deva of your body trying to help you. When you are thinking about what to have for dinner, the deva of the body is injecting some ideas. Of course there may be the noise caused by karma in there too. Pepperoni pizza and beer or a fresh salad? Which one do you think is coming from your deva and which from your karma?
Communication with the Deva of the Body
To establish this communication with the deva of your body, you can use vaious methods based on Applied Kinesiology. Applied Kinesiology is a technique that is able to diagnose illness or choose treatment by testing muscles for strength and weakness. Applied kinesiologists are often chiropractors, but they may also be naturopathic physicians, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, or veterinarians. The practice works because is a way to communicate with the innate intelligence of the body, the deva of the body.
The trick is learning how to isolate the intuitions coming from the deva of the body from all the noise. That is the role of Applied Kinesiology. The deva can cause minor movements in the physical muscles of the body. For example if it wants to communicate that the supplement you have in your hand is good for you, it will make your muscles stronger, and if it wants to tell you this is bad, it will make your muscles weaker. You can hold out your arm and ask "is this [...] good for me?" and have someone try to push your arm down. If your arm is strong and resists well, this is your deva telling you "yes" but if your arm is weak and you cannot resist the pressure of your friend trying to push your arm down, the deva is telling you "no". Most people have experienced Applied Kinesiology in this way at the Chiropractor's or Naturalpath's office. However this is challenging to do on your own - you need a second person to manipulate your arm!
Another way to communicate with the deva of the body is by a pendulum. My favorite is an amethyst pendulum. Amethyst is a form of quartz and is literally a physical deva, an intelligent being. So an amethyst pendulum is very sensitive to the movements induced by the deva of the body. When you order your Dhanvantri Vitara, we will immediately send you an amethyst pendulum to use when selecting your frequencies, if you need one.
We often call the pendulum by its sanskrit name of Samânâm because it is a tool for samyama. Samyama is a practice described in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali that consists of simultaneous dhâranâ (thinking a thought), dhyâna (feeling the vibration of the thought in consciousness) and samâdhi (innocent witnessing of Pure Being). In practice we calm the mind and think a thought, then Be - not expecting anything, not waiting, just Being. A response may come from the thought and will manifest easily in the Samânâm. Use of the pendulum should be this refined and focused. The Samânâm is very much like a telephone. It is possible to call anyone on the telephone and ask a question and get an answer. What is important is that we call the right person if we want the right answer. So when we use the Samânâm we are careful to "call the right person".
How to Use the Samânâm
The Samânâm moves due to minute movements of the muscles in your hand and wrist, which are caused by the deva of your body in response to your questions. For this reason, it is important to properly hold the Samânâm in your hand. Using your right hand, pick up the chain by the small bead with your thumb and first and second fingers. Let the weight of the Samânâm hang freely below your hand, which should be turned palm down. You can stabilize your hand by pressing your elbow against your side or placing your elbow on a tabletop or your leg. Allow your hand and wrist to be free yet comfortably stable.
Become centered and then while gazing at the Samânâm say in your mind "I want to communicate with the deva of my body." Watch the Samânâm and notice any movement that takes place. When I do this, I feel a thrill in my heart and see the Samânâm moving in a circle. This is the deva of my body responding, saying "hello." It may take some practice before you have this experience. Try it for 5 minutes, with your mind in a quiet, settled state, immediately after meditation is a good time at first. If you get no response, try again after your next meditation. Continue until you see the Samânâm moving in a circle in response to your thought to communicate with the deva of your body. Think this thought clearly, pronouncing each word in your mind as if you are actually talking to someone. Sometimes, at first, it may be helpful to actually speak the words out loud in a soft, quiet voice. This helps to focus the mind on the intention.
When your deva responds, then you can begin to ask questions. First establish what "yes" and "no" responses look like with your Samânâm. Say in your mind "hello deva of the body! please move the Samânâm to indicate the answer is yes" then watch. For me the Samânâm moves center and right in a swinging motion. The predominate movement is to the right for yes. Then say in your mind "hello deva of the body! please move the Samânâm to indicate the answer is no" then watch. For me the Samânâm moves center and left in a swinging motion. The predominate movement is to the left for no. It is possible that your Samânâm will exhibit different movements for yes and no, and that is fine. The deva of your body may want to move the Samânâm in a different way. The important thing is to determine how your deva chooses to speak to you through movements of the Samânâm.
Success in the use of the Samânâm is directly related to how calm and centered you are.
Making Your Frequency Selections
Now practice. Ask your deva many questions about your physical health. Use this technique to confirm your own thoughts about various topics when you are completing the form to order frequencies for your Dhanvantri Vitara. Begin your session of selecting Stimulating and Healing Devas by telling the deva of the body that you need to select the 30 most important frequencies that balance and heal your body today. As you scan the list, you might think you want the frequency to stimulate the heart, so confirm by asking your deva "do I need the Dhanvantri Vitara frequency to stimulate the heart?" and if you get "yes" then check it, or if you get "no" then your deva does not need this frequency so leave it unchecked. As you scan the list of frequencies, you will feel a "pull" toward some and nothing for others. For example you may feel nothing when you see "Anthrax" and you can just move on to "Arthritis, Osteo" where you feel something, so check that one with the deva of the body.
Please complete the form on this page. Check the box next to the desired frequencies that you want included. You may select up to 30 frequencies to address conditions that are not perfect in your life now. Your Dhanvantri Vitara will create devas to address these issues and establish perfect health. Each frequency will create devas and a large number of devas are required for success. So if you select more than 30 frequencies, your program will be diluted too much and not enough devas will be created each day. If you need additional help later after the first 30 frequencies have been successful, you can request that your Vitara be reprogrammed with new frequencies. So please select your most pressing issues now.
The frequencies are divided into three categories: Spiritual Development Devas, Stimulation Devas and Healing Devas. Scan the Spiritual Development Devas to see if you need any of these. If you feel the need for stimulation of an organ, such as the heart or kidneys, you should select from the Stimulation Devas category. Select from Healing Devas to correct anything you feel is a problem in your body. To help you select the best frequencies, you can use your intuition or take the advice of the deva of the body. Consulting with the deva of the body is the best way to determine the frequencies that you need.
If you feel there is some issue and do not find a frequency for it in the list, describe the issue in the Comment section and the Dhanvantri will create a frequency for your issue. The devas that are created by the sounds you select cannot cause any harm to you, even if you select something that is not correct. The devas can only provide positive, uplifting and healing influences.
Selecting Frequencies for Another
If you are selecting frequencies for your child or someone who has entrusted this task to you, then you should connect with the deva of their body. You may connect with the deva of the body of your minor child at any time without their specific permission, but if your child is an adult or independent and not in your care, or if the person is not your child, then it is appropriate to ask for their permission to communicate with the deva of their body. If someone comes to you for help, permession to communicate with the deva of their body is assumed. Then you simply preface your communication by holding the pendulum and saying in your mind "I want to communicate with the deva of the body of [name]" then wait for the pendulum to respond. In that session you will be communicating with the deva of the other person's body so the thoughts and intuitions that come and the responses of the pendulum to your questions will be for that other person.