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Aug 29, 2022,Kanha Shantivanam

by: Kamlesh D. Patel

Highlights of the day..

Daaji's commitment to work and serving new seekers, including dignitaries, keeps him in a constant state of worry and does not allow him enough rest, even mentally.
 

Daaji woke up at around 8.15 a.m. His vertigo and shoulder pain have taken a major toll on his sleep and health. In addition, his commitment to work and serving new seekers, including dignitaries, keeps him in a constant state of worry and does not allow him enough rest, even mentally.
 


After breakfast, along with Dr. Raja Amarnath and Dr. Kishore, he left for a diagnostic center in Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. They were joined by Dr. Sharath there. The tests and MRI scan took around 40 minutes, after which Daaji felt reassured and was discharged. 
 

On his way back from the diagnostic center, he contemplated visiting Anila Reddy’s father who lived in Jubilee Hills. “He is very old and he wanted to come all the way to the ashram. It’s better if I visit him as we are here,” said Daaji. However, considering his own health condition, Nitya Reddy talked him out of it and persuaded him to go straight back to Kanha. Daaji agreed and reached home at around 11.30 a.m.

After relaxing for a while on the swing, he had lunch and then went to rest at around 1 p.m. 

In the evening, at around 6 p.m., he had a physiotherapy session with Surekha Banda. He then took a short walk in the rainforest surrounding his home. 

At night, Daaji was able to go to bed only by midnight. He looked extremely tired. Dr. Kishore and his other associates tried to restore his normal breathing using CPAP and BiPAP machines. He woke up at 1 a.m., complaining of severe pain in his neck and upper back. Dr. Kishore, Kannan, and Shakti gave him a hot water massage. Daaji sat on the swing for a while, trying to relax, and finally went to bed at around 3 a.m. 
 

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