Every desert Shaman, especially the Nazca desert. It can be opened and flying over her amazing lines, and walking through it, meeting the sunset and sunrise, which we did.
Dip and zavorozhennye.
Sunset we waited right at Aqueducto (mysterious large stone spirals down into the earth and connecting under a thick layer of soil with each other with stone passage, through which flows an underground river, built by the Nazca civilization and which are no less mystic than her pictures). Here we come another day to pass the final ritual of renewal and zakovorotny. It is, as always, was great. All participants underwent the ritual of “transition” in this underground river among aqueductal. Someone afraid, someone came to the brink of visions, many joined the memory of their birth and associated difficulties, everyone has their own, someone almost got stuck. Almost everyone at some critical moment arose the idea and the urge – do not go better but we found the strength to go forward to a new life. Interestingly, between some of the spirals a very small distance, just a few metres away, and to go under not so long. But, while there, under the ground, completely disabled sense of time and extent of space,as well as the personality and rational mind and it seems that going very long. And at some point, a crisis occurs: — “And, suddenly will never be released”, and I want to go back, though it is also scary as to turn, often, does not work. But, overcoming himself, go further, and suddenly the front starts to Brezice light, and it gives so much hope and joy as new life. Continue reading
In Russia two types of state certification: Ministry of health issuing a permit for traditional medicine and the System of voluntary certification of ROSSTANDART certification the following specializations: psychology, esoterica, parapsychologists, psychics, mediums, magicians, yoga therapists, biological energy therapeutist, energocorrectors, the experts of Energo-information interactions, hypnology, chiromantists, spiritual healers, militarity, astrologers, shamans, gerontologists, master Reiki, space energetic, valeology, tarology, chiropractors, practitioners of complementary medicine, practices, alternative medicine, the practice of Oriental medicine, practices, alternative medicine. Services are carried out under codes of all-Russian Classifiers: OK 034-2007: 93.05.12.150 ; of the nice classification: class 41,44; OCF 010-93: gr 324; OKVED: 74.8, 85.14, 85.32, 93.0; 93.05. members, in accordance with clause 1 of article 15 of the Federal Law “On technical regulation” of 27.12.2002 N 184-F3 in the National System of standardization, which establishes their legitimacy as permitted in the Russian Federation.
After the approval of Federal Law No. 323-F3 “On fundamentals of health protection in the Russian Federation” dated 21.11.2011, the activities of associations of traditional medicine practically became impractical, as in accordance with article 50 of this law, all services are divided into narodowego (healing) and the esoteric (occult-magical and religious rites). Continue reading
Psychiatry in Indonesia rather weak, and the treatment is expensive. So many people with signs of mental disorders are sent to shelters, where they try to survive in inhuman conditions.
Pasung is the Indonesian term that translates as “restriction”. Very often it is used to identify the people contained in captivity, prison, or just in limbo.
Recently, Time magazine published an interview with Photographer Andrea star Reese, which from January 2011 until the end of 2012, lived in Indonesia and Photographed in shelters, schools and hospitals. Many of the patients did not have identified psychiatric disorders and have not been diagnosed. Patients were not observed any physical or mental disorder.
Pasung, banned since 1977, but is still widespread. Put in people who had noticed any symptoms of mental disorders. People resort to pasung when they cannot afford the medicines for treatment. Sometimes, people are sent to these hospitals for the purpose of security and protection of your own home, family or community.
Effective regional programs to help such people are very rare, and besides, are poorly funded. Common obstacles for Indonesians include access to meditsinskimi, treatment costs, and the lack of broad dissemination of basic information. Local and regional Indonesian officials recognize the important role existing private and licensed shelters, although aware of the existence of serious shortcomings. Continue reading