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Re: Dentist in CA, coral, diamond, mantra
CharuKrsnaDasa Views: 1,438
Published: 18 years ago
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Re: Dentist in CA, coral, diamond, mantra

Haribol MH,

I met a mother whose son grew back a 3rd tooth. Their diet was mostly fruitarian and some vegetables. They also chewed their food very well. Of course it is possible.

My question is if, the root is cut out, then the body will have to make a new root system for the new tooth to grow back.

If their is no root system, then no tooth can grow back.

Setting aside the possibility of getting new teeth.
Does the body funtion better with or without the roots. Is it really necessary to cut out the root system.??

Is it really necessary to perform amputations? Or is it better to increase circulation, clean the blood and assist the body with herbs.

Definately removeing metal and cavitations is in the best interest of mouth and body health. Avoiding veneers, crowns, and bridges are beneficial too.
Root canals??
108 beads,
I think your on to something about the Chinese man learning the meaning of 108 early on in life.
Maybe the Chinese man was familar with Buddhist malas and now he will be spending a alot of time in meditation and prayer, after being reminded of 108.

Simple Meaning of Buddhist Malas
The word "mala" means "a garland of flowers". Traditionally, a mala consists of 108 semi-precious beads or seeds that can be worn about the neck, and 27 for one worn on the wrist. The larger bead, sometimes attached to a tassel, is symbolic of the spiritual source and is called the guru bead. In Asian countries, they are considered sacred objects worthy of veneration, much like the rosary is in the west. They are also beautiful objects of adornment.

Malas are used to count the number of mantras or prayers recited during meditation and ritual practice. There are volumes of sacred literature written on the spiritual benefits of mantra recitation. The mala is infused with spirit as it is used through the integration of body, speech and mind. One can imagine that with each bead a lotus flower is opening, a symbol of the blessing unfolding and love awakening in the heart.

Ohm Nitai Gaura

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