For centuries, Tibetan healers have been using “places of power” to heal and change a person’s destiny. To do this, they connect the “needy” through the cultivation of certain plants in the “places of power”.
A planted flower, or tree, at the right hour of the day and with a certain ritual, begins to have a beneficial effect on the person connected to it as soon as the sprout appears from the ground. The bigger the plant is, more powerful its root system is, the healthier and luckier the life of the recipient.
This method has long been used only in a narrow circle of initiates, but now, thanks to Yeshe-Dawa, anyone can use these powerful forces of nature to his or her advantage.
What’s better to plant?
A Flower – it is an emergency. It quickly sprouts and blooms. The power of the effect allows to solve simple problems which last not more than a year or a year and a half.
The action is short-term.
If, during flowering, the situation is not completely resolved, it is recommended to plant another flower, or go to the next level, where shrubs are used.
A Shrub – it is a strong energy rope which will pull out of the deep mire your life's troubles. Situations that arose 5-10 years ago and less are easily submitted to resolution.
The effect begins in 2-3 months.
A Tree – is your twin brother, which doubles your strength, and fundamentally reshapes reality starting from the basics of the emergence of negative manifestations.
The action begins in 4-6 months.
- In about 2-4 years, there will be a feeling that someone is leading you by the hand and helping along your way. Thus everything in life will become easy. During this period, it is very important to help others, to share the received life energy. This rule should be followed strictly!