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Monday, July 19, 2010


1. Fatigue – This includes physical and mental tiredness. The causes include over-exertion, improper diet, lack of exercise, inadequate sleep, etc.

Recovery takes few hours to a few days.

2. Pain – Physical pain includes muscular pain, headaches, cramps, etc. emotional pain includes worry, depression and feelings of insecurity.

Recovery may take a few days to a few weeks.

3. Blood Disease – This includes high and low blood pressure, anemia and leukemia, as well as asthma, epilepsy and skin disease.

Mental problems include nervousness, hypersensitivity, chronic depression, timidity and loss of direction in life.

Recovery generally takes at least three or four months.

4. Emotional Disorder – This manifests as short temper, over-excitement, anger, frustration and despair.

Recovery takes several months. It requires proper diet as well as physical and mental relaxation.

5. Organ Disease – Cancer is a prime example but all chronic conditions are included: artherosclerosis, diabetes, kidney, and bladder stones, multiple sclerosis, etc.

Mental symptoms of organ disease include stubbornness, prejudice, narrow-mindedness and general rigidity, with a delusional view of life.

6. Nervous Disorder – This includes schizophrenia, paranoia, a negative view of life, and suicidal or destructive tendencies.

Recovery requires years of proper diet and emotional support.

7. Arrogance – This takes the form of selfishness, egocentricity, self-pride, vanity, self-justification, etc. arrogance is considered the most advanced stage, as well as the root cause of all the earlier stages.

Recovery takes indefinitely or instantaneously, through strong emotional or spiritual experiences.

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