[ pla·ce·bo ( old definition) pləˈsēbō/ noun a harmless pill, medicine, or procedure prescribed more for the psychological benefit to the patient than for any physiological effect ]
Scientists are saying -
can heal a patient ( psychophysiologically )
Why then, not speak soft and sweet?
Instead of taking pride in
being a bitter pill?
( And then, where does this mind end, and body begin?)
A travel memo was sent: Think of Kabir and think of Kabir often. Aisee vani boliye, mann ka aapa khoye, apna tan sheetal kare, auran ko sukh hoye. Speak such words, sans ego's ploy
Body remains composed, giving the listener joy.