gita jayakumar

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gita jayakumar

My name is Gita, and I am based out of Chennai, India. I offer classes and one on one sessions, both online and offline, in person, particularly working on whole body solutions that cover mental, emotional and spiritual health and well being. I combine diagnostic and therapy tools from energy healing with a range of other modalities to help you achieve sound and sustainable results for your mind and body.

Whether it is an illness or an issue with abundance, coping with stress or care-giving for a loved one, I have tools that can help support your needs from time to time. With tailor-made solutions, one-to-one consultations, group workshops and certification courses, I remain committed to helping create a healed world, one person at a time.

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Notes from my desk

Your route to wholesome health

One of the common complaints that a lot of my clients come to me with, is “Oh, I tried this and that for my problem / illness / condition / allergy, but nothing helped. It would go away for a few days, and come right back! I don’t think I will ever be rid of this!”

Now this state of mind, here, is defeatist.

Because it lets you remain confined to your illness, and refuses to let you break out of it.

Pause for a moment and read this line above. Read it slowly, and give yourself a moment to process it. This sentence, holds within it, an interesting truth: that there is a connection between our thoughts and what happens in our bodies.

What happens when you fall ill? What is the first thing you do? Your first reaction is probably, “Oh my god! What is this? What is happening to me? Is it something serious? Do I need to go to a doctor? Or will it settle down by itself?” Or, you probably self-medicate and wait for it to go away. Or if you are like the person I once was, you will be busy online, looking up all your symptoms online, and deciding that you are fit to be doomed to the worst fate. If your symptoms continue for any more than two days, your worry skyrockets.

Sounds familiar?

Now what’s happening here is, in simple terms, a combination of worry and fear. You don’t know what to do. You feel helpless, and half-baked information from the internet or ill-informed friends adds to your worry.

Why exactly is this happening?

Let’s double back a little. Why did you fall ill in the first place? The mind-body connection, that’s why.

Any illness in the body is caused by some trauma that you have gone through, and how you have perceived the trauma. What comes across to you as a trauma might not be a trauma to another person. Something major to you could be something trivial to them, and they could dust it off and walk away, as if nothing happened. And in the same way, what is probably ordinary and simple to you, might be a huge trauma for them.

Now when something comes our way as a trauma, we respond to it with beliefs, emotions, feelings and thought patterns. This trauma and all these aspects are stored in our bodies – in some part or the other. Mind you, our body is very intelligent, and determines the one organ that is best suited to respond to a particular trauma.

Now, in life, patterns and triggers repeat themselves and revive the impact of a trauma at times when we least expect it. So, when we get triggered, the same beliefs, emotions, feelings and thought patterns are revived, and our trauma’s original impact is revived.

So, we begin to feel ill with certain symptoms. By constantly thinking about our illness, we are blowing it out of proportion. A trauma is triggered because it is still stored in the body.

Each time it is triggered, we fall ill. It could be as simple as acidity which keeps coming up now and then, and you keep popping a pill. You think it is over with but it comes back after a few days. Why is this? This is because you have not resolved the trauma.

Your body is highly intelligent. These symptoms are your body speaking to you. It is telling you that there is some issue that needs to be resolved. Address this trauma. Address all the emotions, thoughts, beliefs and feelings that are trapped within because of this trauma, and then you are on the path to healing.

So, once you resolve all this, make lifestyle changes: The key to remember is that all changes come from you. No one can change for us, and no one will. If we want to address certain things in our lives, we must find solutions in our lifestyle patterns. And once you shift, there will be an automatic shift in others. When you find this shift taking place, there is a sustained healing

Why do you fall ill?

Have you never wondered why after spending so much money on your illness your condition

Or maybe the problem was resolved but came back later.

Illness is looked upon  as something begins when an individual has faced a shocking situation, this shock which is picked by the heart and then transported to the brain and depending on how we perceive the situation  the brain  decides which organ is most suited to handle the shock, this energy then lodges itself in that organ. 

This  happens instantaneously from the time  the shocking incident occurred  till the time  this  conflict is resolved.  

If for example a man loses his job suddenly with no knowledge about it- if he perceives it as something where he feels a lack of self esteem, where he feels that he is not good enough then his bones may get affected, if on the other hand for him this situation brings up a starvation conflict, how will I feed my family, his liver can get affected.

There are some illnesses which could occur when an individual is in the stress phase and some happen after he has resolved the issue. We have come across many situations where say somebody is ill you go about doing everything perfectly and later when the person is recovered fully, you realize you have some health issue.

So to get back to health you will need to  address the shock you experienced, clearing  the triggers, emotions, beliefs and thoughts associated with it and allowing the body to go  through to the healing process and to wellness.

Understanding ACE

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to acknowledge that illness is annoying – and it can be difficult to run the show in life when you fall sick. What if, instead of having to run to the doctor or pop a pill, or even lose your strength and get upset, you could address illness yourself? What if you yourself had the tools to get better, and that you could actually use them to feel better?
ACE, or Advanced Clearing Energetics is one such tool. It works regardless of whether a client shares out loud, or even thinks quietly about whatever issues surface in their mind while sitting with the practitioner who works on her. ACE offers the practitioner the luxury of staying out of the detailed drama that comes up for a client and helps them focus on that energy as a whole entity. After that, it can be cleared out. ACE is truly a revolutionary technique and can help one clear some of the most difficult issues that come from the past – things that you may have never even told anyone, and may have encountered. All this, without even having to reveal the issue in the first place.
The science behind this is simple. Energy is trapped in the body when there occurs a shock, or a series of stressful events and the person experiences that. Whatever it is that we define and call as sickness is only a part of a rather meaningful process. It is an unconscious adaption to stress or the body’s own effort to regenerate from it. We can use symptoms that we have as hints, in order to better understand and take care of ourselves and the way we function. This will show up later as disease, or emotional or psychological problems, or some other issue or complaint.
Let me explain this with a skin issue for an example. Now, the outer skin layer, also called the epidermis, separates us from the external world. This is why we can get symptoms of eczema after a loss–of–contact conflict. Once, a young woman came to see me. She had a fight with her fiancĂ©, and returned the bracelet he had given her as a token of his love. She told her mother about this, and her mother told her to give him a second chance, to hear him out and to patch things up.

A few days later, she met her fiance’s sister, who told her that she had misunderstood the whole incident. What had happened was, that he had cancelled dinner plans with her saying he had work – forgetting to mention he had a work meeting over dinner. She decided to go for dinner anyway by herself, and saw him with another woman, eating. She thought he was cheating on her, but the truth was, it was his colleague he had to meet with. She got back with him, and when he put the bracelet back on her wrist, she developed red swollen and painful eczema in that area. When she was fighting with him, there was no redness whatsoever.
ACE can help us understand 'Why We Get Sick.' It shows us a step by step process that almost every disease takes. ACE also offers strategies that can help uncover the root problem and allows one to learn from the event, transform the experience it, and clear the issue. Sometimes, this is done in minutes, sometimes, longer.

Once the impact is gone, your body starts to heal itself. Remember – this is nothing out of the ordinary. The body knows how to heal itself. It also knows that there is a meaning behind every symptom. It also knows that emotional shocks and stressors are the cause of most illnesses.


If I ask you who you are, what will you say? Will you tell me what your job is, what your interests are, whose son or daughter you are, and where you are from? Well, that’s only one part of who you are. The real story, is who you are within. It is the comprehensive unit that you comprise, along with your needs, desires, failings and habits. This understanding, is called Self-Awareness.
Self-Awareness is the single most important tool that can help you to find success in any area of your life. Awareness of self or Self-awareness is all about understanding your own needs, desires, failings, habits, why you feel what you feel and why you behave in a particular way and everything else that makes you, well, you. This will help you to make life changes life changes that will make your life easy. It is having a clear perception of who and what you are, including your strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, beliefs, and emotions.

Why does Self-Awareness matter?
Self Awareness allows you to understand other people, how they perceive you, your attitude and your responses to them. Awareness allows you to become proactive rather than reactive. It helps you accept your weaknesses. The moment you decide to accept your shortcomings and you will make a shift for the better.
Achieving self-awareness is challenging and a lifelong effort. Once you begin to understand this you can then make changes about yourself and create a life that you want. Self-awareness is important in our relationships, you can then acknowledge whatever you have done wrong or better still you will not do it at all, this will help you keep a harmonious social life. It can feel tough and overwhelming to increase awareness of something that feels so deeply ingrained. It takes courage to do this.
Self awareness is very essential for emotional intelligence. If you’re having problems with depression, anger, fear, sorrow, etc. self-awareness will be of great help . You can become aware of what you are going through, acknowledge it, process it and release it. You can rid yourself of many ailments!

Ready to become aware of yourself?
Self-awareness is not just about knowing yourself – but also about acknowledging, accepting and evolving with that knowledge. Let’s try this simple exercise. Take a sheet of paper and write down 10 things you are good at. Draw a line under it, and now, in this segment, write down 10 things you are not good at.
Which one do you write faster?
If you found the first one coming in quicker, hold on. It is important that you see your flaws and improve on them. No one is free of flaws, and perfection is an illusion – your goal is not to obliterate flaws, but to manage them in a way that it doesn’t hurt you or anyone else.
If you found your negative things coming in fast, work on your self-esteem and appreciating yourself. If you do not appreciate yourself and acknowledge what you are good at, no one else will.

Remember. Awareness, like charity, starts from within. 


The navel or the manipura chakra is said to be a chakra that is full of energy. It is portrayed as a ten petalled flower. The gods associated with this chakra are Agni, Lakini and Rudra. The bhij mantra of this chakra is RAM. The colour associated with this chakra is yellow. The element associated with it is fire. The planet which corresponds to this chakra is mars. This chakra is found above the stomach between the breastbone and the loins. The organs that come under its influence are stomach, spleen, small intestine, liver, gallbladder. Hence we can say it influences the digestive and the nervous system. A strong navel chakra contributes to the person having high energy, and a zest for life. A blockage in this chakra leads to insecurity, grief. To harmonise this chakra one can use these gem stones; Tigereye, Citrine, Amber .The Bach Flowers that help here are Lavender, Chamomile, Lemon, Anise. The affirmations one can use are “I deeply love and approve of who and what I am.” , I release all judgement and trust in love.” One can also meditate on this chakra chanting its bhij mantra till you see this chakra rotating clockwise and yellow in colour.


The heart chakra

The heart chakra lies in the middle of the entire chakra system. As the name suggests it is associated with love. It is depicted as a twelve petalled flower .The bhij mantra associated with chakra is Yam. The Gods associated with this chakra are Isa and Kakini. The colour this chakra corresponds to is green, the planet is Jupiter. This chakra lies in the centre of the chest. The organs associated with the heart chakra are skin, immune system, heart, lungs. A well balanced heart chakra contributes to the individual being accepting and loving. People with a balanced heart chakra take responsibility of others very easily. An imbalanced chakra leads to heartlessness and bitterness. To harmonise this chakra one can use the gemstones Emerald, Jade, Rose quartz. Bach Flowers Red Chestnut, Willow, Chicory come in handy. The affirmation “I love and approve of myself unconditionally.” One can also meditate on the bhij mantra to harmonise it.


The forehead or the Ajna chakra also referred to as the third eye,  is the centre for intuition and clairvoyance . This chakra has two petals. This Chakra is also known as the Guru Chakra.  This Chakra has no animal associated with it, as it is not considered to really be part of the body. The mantra for this chakra is OM.
The deities associated with this chakra are Paramashiva, Shakti Hakini. The colour this chakra is depicted by is dark blue. This chakra is influenced by the planet Uranus. This chakra is located between the eyebrows, ears, nose, cerebellum, face, the pituitary gland, hormonal and nervous systems. This chakra when well developed On a physical level it influences the individual to be highly intuitive, clairvoyant and to possess a high level of visualisation and imparts mental clarity. A blockage in the energy in this chakra leads to forgetfulness, greed and confusion. Imbalances in this chakra can be set right by using the gemstones Blue Sapphire, Sodalite, Opal and Blue Tourmaline. The Bach Flower remedy one can resort to are Crab APPLE, Walnut, Vine. The affirmation “I am open to new ideas, I release all impediments that stand in the way of my development”. Using the bhij mantra OM in meditation also helps balance this chakra.



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