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FSC « Manasarovar. Kailash » promotes:


  • Transformation of consciousness, cognition through consciousness of the higher laws of the Universe

  • Acceptation of your true vocation

  • State of awareness and acceptance of one’s true destiny

  • Connection with luminous energies of love and creation

This FSC helps to:

  • Release negative emotions (resentment, anger, including towards oneself)

  • Bring your mind and body into a state of balance, physical and emotional unity with yourself

  • Establish interpersonal relationships, release negative emotions (resentment, anger, including self-directed ones)

  • Connect with healing energies

  • Support the physical and emotional state in the event of diseases or conditions of various origins, including serious cases (long-term, incurable, genetic, autoimmune diseases, etc.)

  • Restore the health of the cardiovascular system, the musculoskeletal system

  • Regenerate tissues and mucous membranes

The FSC « Manasarovar. Kailash » diffuses the information of water from the Manasarovar Lake in Tibet.

Lake Manasarovar is located at an altitude of approximately 4,590 m, so it is slightly higher than its neighbor Rakshastal Lake (4,575 m). It is one of the highest lakes in the world (with Tsomoriri Lake in Laddakh = 4,595 m). Its dimensions are of the order of 20 km, its circumference 80 km, its depth of 90 m and its total area of ​​395 km2.

Like Mount Kailash, Lake Manasarovar is a place of pilgrimage as it is a sacred lake for Hindu, Buddhist, Jainist and Bon religions.

Lake Manasarovar symbolizes the light, the sun while Lake Rakshastal is the home of the powers of darkness. The latter is also fled in general by pilgrims. Tibetans scrutinize the level of the canal connecting the two lakes to assess the state of the country and its inhabitants; For a good part of the twentieth century, the encrusted salt channel was dry, to the point that Sven Hedin doubted its existence. Water has since been flowing, which some people link to greater religious freedom in Tibet.

In Hindu mythology, the lake was created in the spirit of Brahma; that is why it is called Manasarovar in Sanskrit, a combination of the words manas (spirit) and Sarovar (lake).

According to legend, whoever bathes in the waters of this reservoir will be cleansed of his sins.

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