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Magic in the pen

With exam season approaching, exam stress has parents running to clairvoyants and healers seeking calmness tips for their kids.

health and fitness Updated: Feb 16, 2010 02:16 IST
Chetna Dua

With exam season approaching, exam stress has parents running to clairvoyants and healers seeking calmness tips for their kids. “Since December, the number of parents coming to me gone up. They ask for healing for their kids in class 10th and 12th,” says Vibha Sudarshan, a city-based aura and

chakra

healer.



“It is a matter of the future of our kids and we want to leave no stone unturned,” says Harpreet Kaur, mother of a class 10 student. “Crystal,

Reiki

and distance healing are really popular with school students,” says Paridhi, from Angels Healing Centre in Janakpuri. “While Reiki needs body touch, in crystal therapy, we can energise a crystal and give it to the student to keep near him or her,” she explains. The energised crystal is known to increase a person’s focus and positivity.



“Since students can’t carry crystals with them during the exams, energising pens and pencil boxes with their names have come up as an alternative,” reveals Paridhi. Costing between Rs 200 to 500, these energisers are a hit with students. “Last year, I got 50–60 requests for such pens before the exams,” says Paridhi.



“I consulted a tarot reader for my daughter because she was very distracted during her class 10 exams. A tarot session, a green crystal and an energised pen got her good scores,” says Renu Sharma, who is planning to consult a therapist for her son too. “I also perform distance healing for students with their photograph,” says Sudarshan, revealing that she already has about 35-40 such requests from parents. “It would take at least one month for the therapy to show results and can cost between Rs 6,000 to 10,000,” she adds. “These therapies have an effect, but they can’t work without hardwork,” says Sanchita Gupta, mother of a class 10th student.