After reading some sentences from the leaf the reader starts narrating what Maharishi has to say on the posed question. The meaning is narrated in the required language. When the narration is over, the seeker could ask next question, if needed. Maximum of five questions or points are replied in one session. The poetic yet simple narrations on the manuscripts are used to decipher the prediction. The narrations are precise and easy for comprehension. On many occasions, it is observed that the narrations are further elaborated by the way of discussion between godly couples. On occasions on behalf of the seeker, Mata - Mother - Anusuya elaborates the question or sometimes persuades to (remove) her spouse to provide the solution or remedy out of her concern for the seeker.
During these Jeevanadi sessions the atmosphere gets supercharged with emotions. It changes in jiffy. Sometimes laughter occupies the light mood, smile appears on the receiving best compliments from Maharishi. When scolding appears through the reading for the mistakes committed, face becomes gloomy; the tears roll out for regrettable the plight ; on finding solutions to come out of the grim future the heart beats return to normal pace. On some occasions Maharishi himself, with his spouse gets choked up with emotions. They plead for grace of the Almighty - Param Shiva - to pull out of the deplorable state of his seeker. The seeker feels overjoyed when Maharishi himself assures that he will start penance on his behalf. The heart fills with gratitude that in times of difficulties, one is not alone. There is some great power to protect us, (guide us to sincerely reach out for the assistance in time). After the completion of the session, when all - seeker along with reader and translator - come out of the room, everyone goes into exhilarated state of mind for a long time.
This is only the outline of what happens inside the reading room. One (had) has to witness it, experience it to get the divine blessings and guidance of spiritually enlightened souls. With the hands folded for prayers, head bowed down with reverence, if one goes to seek blessings, why will he not get the best of the supreme divine?