I love to do work at my healing table. Here is where I make sleep squares, which are small pieces of paper cut into a square, and then charged with various Sai Sanjeevini patterns, and placed in the pillow case of the person you are healing. I make sleep squares for the whole family, each a little different. You could certainly charge up a beverage and drink it before bed, but I prefer the sleep squares because they provide a constant delivery of the formula all night, as your head lay on the pillow.
Each sleep square I make begins with combination #1 and #60, as do all the Sanjeevinis I make. Then add #144 sleep and we have a basic sleep formula. In my husband’s formula, I add the patterns for asthma and the marital bliss combination, and in mine I add nose, throat, respiratory, and blockages to curb snoring. I start with a small amber bottle filled with sugar pellets, and label the bottle, say, “Madeleine Sleep”, then charge my sample bottle with the appropriate combinations or single patterns, that I have predetermined to use. The labeled samples are keep in a plastic sorter box that is divided into rows of bins, sorted numerically. Now that I have my samples made up, we can create a remedy at a moment’s notice- I make new sleep squares easily, every time I do laundry!
Our dining room table is our triage area, with notebooks full of healing patterns, dowsing patterns, decagons, and Sai Sanjeevini transfer/broadcasting charts. We also keep an array of homeopathic remedies on hand, organized alphabetically, several pendulums and crystals, amber bottles which I use for making Sanjeevini samples as well as for when I potentize a homeopathic remedy- all of which are often seen piled on to the table at one point or another. This is where I dowse, potentize, and use other energy charts. The healing table is also the gathering place for family dinners and holidays, and has always been. From Los Angeles where I bought the table and chairs in about nineteen eighty something, to 2 different locations in Pittsburgh, back to Los Angeles again, it has served me well. Some of my happiest memories are of our family Passover Seders held every year, some bigger, some just the two of us, and always at our healing table.