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Date Posted: 24.6.2016
Name: Rohan Sharma
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Query: Namaste. Am 30 years working male.Before few years I used to meditate on third eye but quitted due to busy work. Again I started to meditate in sleep and sitting both position on third eye. From Day 3 I am feeling that both my left body and right side body are different. Right body feels big and left boody too small during working and walking too. I feel my left & right are different owners.There are two differwnt body/mind in single body. In beginning of meditation I had experienced light,pressure on forehead,tingling etc. I searchead a lot for left right body difference but no answers found. Kindly help me and guide me.

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