Eyes are Crystal CLEAR

Abhideb Bhattacharya

The mantra ‘CLEAR POINT DIVINE’ is really miraculous, which I experienced last night concerning an eye problem of my son that occurred suddenly.

I stay in Calcutta. Yesterday, the temperature was very high. In the evening around 9:30 pm, suddenly a strong breeze started to blow signaling a storm. Around 10:00 pm, a very small hard dust particle got lodged in the retina of my child’s left eye.

He is 8 + years old. He sprinkled water in the eyes and was even administered eye drops, but to no benefit. It remained. We got tensed and planned to show an eye specialist today.  But, again in the morning he has to go to school as there is a test.

When my son went to bed, I started chanting ‘CLEAR POINT DIVINE eyes of my son ‘ and kept on repeating till I fell asleep. In my mind, I also prayed to Mother Universe to make his eyes crystal clear and remove this problem.

Today, in the morning, when my son woke up, like a magician’s trick, the hard dust particle was not there in the retina. It was lying outside the eye on the lower lid!!!  We are all relieved and he has gone happily to school.

I express my sincere gratitude to Naran and to the ever bountiful Mother Universe who has connected us with Naran!!! It is by divine grace that this issue has been resolved…!!!

From the Book on Switch Words Vol II

For eye problem, chant CLEAR POINT. Why these switch words?

Light is always focused in the retina at a point – so POINT means focus, and CLEAR means bright shining light.

For eye problems, say CLEAR POINT.  If you want, you can also add DIVINE to it (CLEAR POINT DIVINE).

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About Naran S. Balakumar

Naran balakumar is a herbalist practising bach flower therapy for the last 11 years. Naran is a Reiki master teacher.

Posted on July 13, 2013, in Dare 2 Do IT!!!, Switch Word. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. adhideb ji,

    thanks love divine for sharing…a timely and inspiring post for me as I have used it in past but had forgotten…indeed divine grace of mother and shri naran ji that guides us.

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