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A Yeti heals a Yogi in the Himalayas


A Yeti heals a Yogi in the Himalayas

Sri Madhukarnath ji is a living Yogi and disciple of Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji who in turn was the disciple of Mahavatar Babaji. This video is an excerpt from His Autobiography “Apprentice to a Himalayan Master”. He describes how a Yeti came to heal him when he was really sick.

5 thoughts on “A Yeti heals a Yogi in the Himalayas”

  1. Seems to me that our forest friends and Yogis share some of the same mysterious mystical abilities, that may help explain each other.. Some Yogi Baba Saints, much like some of our elder hairy brothers, are said to be miracle healers, powerful psychics, and could know one’s intentions and hearts without really knowing them. Some like Neem Karoli were even known to be able to bi locate, shapeshift, become invisible, astral travel and even produce objects out of nothing….all sounds pretty Crazy familiar to me and I wonder if both use the same quantum mechanics so to speak

    India Vedic tradition and tales like the Ramayana and the Mahabharata are full of ancient wisdom concerning our star and forest brethren and our relationship to them and is often, like our North American Native traditions, regarded as folklore or mythology but in actuality gives incredible insight into a more accurate reality than what the status quo expects you to believe.

    I submitted a personal story on this website about a year and half ago of an encounter with a very Yeti looking being in Colorado in Oct of 2017 along with my partner that goes well with this vid imo. ..im convinced the modern yeti and Sasquatch are still very spiritually connected to Vedic traditions especially through Hanuman and the Vanara….the monkey/bear people of Ancient India described in the Ramayana and through prayer, meditation and chanting a powerful link can be established.

    RamRam

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