SSRF advises continuation of conventional medical treatment along with spiritual healing remedies for the treatment of physical and psychiatric illnesses.
Readers are advised to take up any spiritual healing remedy at their own discretion.
Spiritual research conducted by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF) for over 25 years has revealed that 80% of problems in life have their root cause in the spiritual dimension. Thus these problems can be overcome completely only by complementing worldly efforts with remedies in the spiritual dimension. This explains the overwhelming importance of spiritual healing in solving problems in one’s life.
Let us understand this further with an analogy. To maintain good health we need to eat a balanced diet. However when we are ill, we need a supplementary diet over and above the normal diet that will assist us in getting back on track. For example, when we have a common cold we take vitamin C supplements. This is over and above the Vitamin C that is already present in our daily diet due to eating oranges, etc.
So also to have a problem-free life one needs to look after physical, psychological and spiritual aspects. Most people look after only the physical and the psychological aspects. In terms of the spiritual aspect, there is a lack of proper understanding and guidance. Hence most people do not understand the importance of looking after the spiritual aspect of their lives, which is doing regular spiritual practice and applying spiritual healing remedies.
One of the important spiritual root causes of problems in life is destiny, which on an average decides about 65% events in our lives. This means about 65% of problems in our lives are destined. Destiny or destined problems can be overcome only through spiritual practice. Thus apart from doing regular spiritual practice to achieve spiritual growth, one would need to do it also as a preventive as well as curative spiritual healing remedy to alleviate problems due to destiny.
Thus spiritual practice is intrinsic to our life and is the key ingredient to a balanced life as mentioned in the analogy. Even if people did want to do spiritual practice most don’t know what spiritual practice to do or have little understanding of the 6 basic principles of spiritual practice.
When people have low spiritual reserves they are invariably attacked by negative elements in the spiritual realm. This culminates in a person facing a higher number of problems in life. This is the time a person needs to complement their spiritual practice with other spiritual healing remedies. This is akin to the supplementary diet in the analogy.
It is difficult to decide with the help of intellect whether one needs to augment spiritual practice with spiritual healing remedies. Only Saints and people with strong extrasensory perception (ESP) or sixth sense can really say with authority whether a spiritual healing remedy is needed because only they can diagnose whether the problem has a spiritual root cause.
However one can also make a decision based on their intellect if the following are observed:
- Problems that do not go away despite best of worldly efforts.
- Chronic or recurrent problems with no apparent cause.
- Problems affecting many people in a family simultaneously.
- Problems that exacerbate around new moon and full moon.
- Problems that are alleviated at least partially when the affected person is exposed to a spiritually positive environment like being in company of Saints.
So in summary it is advisable:
- To do spiritual practice, a type of spiritual remedy on a daily basis.
- To complement it further with spiritual healing remedies as in the case of unexplained problems in life or the type of problems that do not go away despite best efforts.