Many of these issues are caused due to the lack of positivity and direction in the lives of individuals. Sleeping pills and muscle relaxants have made their way into the homes of millions as an easy escape from psychological problems.
But there is a better alternative.
Dr Aliya Aftab, a psychologist from Lahore, practices various methods of psychoanalysis to diagnose her clients and help them solve their issues. She conducted a seminar titled “Achieve your goals through Mind Power” here on Wednesday, where she told the participants about psychometry (the ability to make relevant associations from an object of unknown history by making physical contact with that object) and psychokinesis (the direct influence of mind on a physical system).
In an interview with The Express Tribune, the doctor said, “I have had clients who have been taking 10 Lexotanil (drug indicated for anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia) tablets a day, but we were able to cure them with the help of reiki and other self-healing techniques for stress, anxiety and depression.”
She explained there are various alternatives to medicine for people to cleanse their aura and approach life positively.
“With the use of reiki and panic-healing, we [help clients] cleanse their aura and chakras (the energy centres in the body) allowing them to divert energy in any direction they please. There are ways to divert negative energy out of the body and infuse positive energy into the body.”
We keep hearing of the fascinating ways the mind works but training ones’ mind in a positive manner to achieve their goals and purify the soul is a craft very few possess, she said.
Dr Aftab’s non-governmental organisation, Mental Health and Social Development, focuses on creating mass awareness regarding these rudimentary yet potentially lethal issues that go unanswered in the society.
Protection from the “evil eye” to the cleansing of the home using transmittal meditation are all wrapped up into one package that help clients enhance the use of their mind to help increase “positivity” in the their lives.
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