Do you holiday?

I’m holidaying in Goa. It’s a family holiday with my brothers, mother and sister-in-law, my wife and my children.

Sometimes your family holiday can be a little overwhelming and the emotions and requests of several members of the people can be intimidating. It can become unmanageable at times.

We are three brothers like three lions who don’t know mannerisms of behaving in a pride of lionesses. The only difference is that, we hunt, we grab and eat, and we share too. And we do it differently. We do it our way, the man’s way.

And there are our feminine members with their women thing, their memories and their emotions. How do we manage all that! If you get it wrong, it can get up your nerves and can wreck havoc in your life. Your marriage can be in tatters.

I learnt to have it all flow smoothly so that in me, is a feeling of peace and calm. How did I achieve it? Let me share it with you.

You know, Love is the most important part in a family. But, with judgment, that love doesn’t flow easily. But love can flow nevertheless. It’s not a contradiction. The question is, from where does this love flow. There lies the Practice. It’s easy. You just need to remember doing it each time.

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Loving relationships

Step 1:

Imagine, visualise, think or feel that you are sitting in a golden coloured ring. The ring itself is on the ground. And it’s diameter is as wide as your outstretched arms.

Step 2:

Imagine, think or visualise that your relative in another other circle. Both the circles (the one you are sitting in and the one in which your relative is) are touching each other and without overlapping each other. The form the number 8.

Step 3:

Imagine, think or visualise that there is a tall pole in front of you with a ball of golden light on top of it. This ball is your Higher Consciousness. You can personify this golden ball of light with any other image of God or your Guru who I’ll represent your Higher Consciousness.

Step 4:

Imagine, think or visualise several multi-coloured ribbons, all of which are flowing within your arms reach.

Step 5:

Imagine, think or visualise that you are holding one of these ribbon and Reeta listing your active and conscious connection with your Higher Consciousness.

Step 6:

Ask your Higher Consciousness to send its love to your relative from your side of the ribbon and through you to them.

This practice will fill you and your relative with love so that you no longer feel anything negative around you.

You’ll see love restored in your relationship once again. Do not probe to find out whether your relative is feeling loved. It’s entirely unto them about whether they are open to receiving this love and if they do, how they choose to use the love they receive.

Your practice leaves you in love and that’s all that matters.

I’m in love right now and am having a roaring holiday in Goa.

Now, you get ready to be in love. I know it works because I’m doing it right now. Leave a feedback and let me know how it transformed your day.

in my 1-0-1 Sessions, I help people and see the transformations all the time. Seeing happiness on their faces is so rewarding.

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– Mahesh Krishnamurthy

Cervical Spondylitis

Today a person came with a bulged disc in between his cervical vertebrae C3-C4 and C4-C5. He said he was doing Suryanamaskara (sun salutations) when he felt a crick in his neck and then he had radiating pains in his shoulders and arms.

He consulted 6 modern medical doctor and  specialists all of whom suggested surgery. He was confused and so he sought help from his nephew who brought him to me. I studied his pulse with Nadi Pariksha and realised that he did not have to go through a surgery. His nerves were definitely impacted but he didn’t need surgery.

I further studied his MRI scans and reports, all of which indicated a disc bulge.

Cervical Spondylitis

Cervical Spondylitis occurs due to several preliminary causes. Some of these are gastritis, constipation, improper secretion of bile in the gall bladder. Treating the cervical (neck) region will not solve the problem.

There is no direct evidence suggesting that bad sitting posture, working long hours in front of the computer are among the causes for Cervical Spondylitis.

We need to treat the root cause which in my client’s case was gastritis, improper secretion of bile from the gall bladder and improper absorption in the small intestines.

I have worked with several clients who have come with cervical spondylitis and they have been cured. Some of the remedies that really provide relief and cure are;

  • Marma Chikitsa –  and/or
  • Ayurvedic Remedies such as-
    • Griva Vasti
    • Patra Pinda Sweda with Laghu Abhyanga

Ayurveda has some of the best remedies when treating Cervical Spondylitis.

A Nadi Pariksha is beneficial in identifying the root cause of Cervical Spondylitis.

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Marma Chikitsa

Marma-Chikitsa-Reviving-Energy-of-Life

Marma-Chikitsa-Reviving-Energy-of-LifeMarma Chikitsa is an ancient therapeutic and healing practice in Ayurveda to harmonise the flow of Prana in the body. Marma Chikitsa helps the body heal very quickly. Marma Chikitsa can be done at your home. The only preparation that my client will require is to be on an empty stomach before the treatment is given. Unlike a massage, my client does not have to take their clothes off. House wives and working professionals can learn Marma Chikitsa so that they can have help at home when urgently needed.

Marma Chikitsa is very effective in symptoms such as;

  • cervical spondylitis
  • migraines
  • epilepsy
  • insomnia
  • disturbed sleep
  • snoring
  • leg pains
  • chronic fatigue
  • dryness in mouth
  • lack of concentration
  • gastritis
  • constipation
  • urinary incontinence
  • back ache
  • nasal congestion
  • sinusitis
  • tonsillitis
  • heart ailments

to name a few.

Marma Chikitsa is not done on full moon nights and new moon nights.

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Do you really want freedom?i

I am writing from Hyderabad, India. I come here to consult once a month.

A lady walked into my office in Jubilee Hills. She complained of radiating pains in her neck, migraine and a feeling of despair.

After feeling the radial artery in her wrist, doing Nadi Pariksha, I made notes and began my discussion with her. This was going to be a breakthrough in her life.

She was in a relationship for over 15 years and was waiting for her parents to give consent to marry the man of her life.

Her father had passed on. She said he was a very private person who never spent enough time with the family and did what he felt right. And her mother was hurt deeply and agitated due to her husband’s emotional absence in her life.

My client was also deeply impacted by her father’s emotional absence in her life and chose to rebel within. She began projecting herself as a “I know what I want” and “Leave me alone” person.

Children who do not receive enough love and care from their parents often rebel their own nature and become anti-socialising.

Her actions were deliberate and intentional even if her action brought only feelings of hurt to her. She wasn’t on any medication.

She’d laugh at all the troubles and she hadn’t an idea about when she cried last. So, I continued speaking about her actions, habits, attitudes and her personality. She agreed in totality.

Her partner was in a way a reflection of her father who gave a hearing to whenever she wanted a sounding board, but, he was never really there for her. He was unto himself. She was now at a point where her mother wanted her to break her 15 year relationship and her partner was okay with ending it here.

She was unknowingly searching herself. She was so engrossed in living a life of reaction that finally, there was no one to react with, disagree with or to fight with.

The practice of cutting ties is an excellent approach to life, to someone like my client. No attachments, no hang ups, live and love life fully. But, it’s not done until you do the practice.

A life of no attachments, no hang ups can either take you towards self importance or towards liberation through awareness. It depends on which path you choose.

Being aware means to pay total attention to what’s happening in the mind, your thoughts, feelings and emotions so that you can convert each and every thought, feeling and emotion into one of love and joy.

There is a big difference between giving importance to yourself and being aware. Notice the difference?

When you release your baggage from the past with the practice, you embrace change, dynamism. You complain less and explore ways to live more, to make a difference to life itself.

This way, anyone who walks into your life, your interactive space feels uplifted and realises that life can be more beautiful.

Here’s the first step to the practice.

Think, feel, visualise or imagine that you are sitting in the centre of a golden circle. The circle itself is on the ground.

Got it?

Now, imagine, think, visualise or feel another golden circle in front of the circle you’re sitting in. Both these circles are touching each other and don’t overlap. It’s like the number 8.

Can you? If you find it difficult, try drawing the number 8 with your finger on your thigh. Just that draw the upper circle clockwise and the lower one anti-clockwise and you have the number 8.

Figure of 8

Try it now.

Here’s what you must do. Whenever you’re speaking with anyone, listening to or even thinking of anyone, practice drawing this number 8. The effect of this practice keeps your mind alert and your awareness high.

Do it and you’ll realise how conflicts at home reduce to nothing and how you no longer get affected by your relationships.

This is only the beginning. The way to freedom is a journey. Are you willing to be on the speedboat to freedom? Then come.

– Mahesh Krishnamurthy

If you are really interested to know how to use the cutting ties work to free yourself, reach out to us.

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By the way, my client is already on the road to freedom.

Freedom is the way

Attachment
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Today a lady brought her mother to consult with me. After the diagnosis using my technique of Nadi Pariksha, I knew that she was losing sleep, was emotionally unsettled and disturbed.

My questions to her about her relationships got her teary and she began narrating her story.

This mother of 3 was born to a not so very rich parents. Though her parents were poor, they never let their children experience the lack of resources. She was well cared for, raised well with values and married off into a good family.

Her in-laws were good natured people, and her husband was also a gem of a person. She herself had three children, a boy first and then 2 girls. And the family was emotionally very closely knit and stood united. Everything was fine. Her life  was a fairly tale.

Her parents had passed on a a decade after her marriage.

One day, all of a sudden, her husband’s upper lip went aside and he couldn’t hold himself steadily. He had never had any such symptoms. A visit to the doctored that got them doing several scans and tests. The doctors revealed to the couple that her husband had been ailing with a stage 4 brain cancer. It was in the advanced stage. But, this man had no symptoms until this one episode.

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy followed which brought in all the suffering and after a 6 months struggle with the side effects of the so called treatment, he died.

The wife was broken. Her attachment to her husband had devastated her. She was so used to having her husband as her support that without him life seemed impossible. She cried as she narrated her story.

Aren’t we also attached to someone in our lives? And that someone is whom we always look forward to, be it a spouse, partner, parent, friend or a relative.

But, what will happen to us if that person we look forward to is not around for us to seek our solace? Our comfort?

In this lady’s case, she had her parents to seek solace from. When they passed on, her husband was there. when her husband passed on, she began seeking solace in her son. At all times, she needed someone to seek emotional support from. She was emotionally vulnerable at all times.

The more we attach outside of ourselves, the more anger, sorrow and grief we will experience because of the fear of separation.

There is a man in every woman and woman in every man. When we don’t connect to this inner opposite, we will want to connect to that opposite outside of us either in a parent, a spouse, a relative or even in our children. This is one of the reasons why daughters are emotionally closer to their father than to their mother and the reverse is also true.

This is also the reason why women try to find their fathers in their husbands and mothers continue to control their sons even after they have greyed. The pair of opposites must be in balance within, without which, we will look outside of ourselves to be attached to others and suffer.

There are several practices that help build this relationship with the opposite within ourself and bring in a balance so that we don’t get overtly attached .

This lady is on her path of connecting to her opposite within.

You too can learn these techniques and practice so that you can free yourself from excessive anger, sorrow, grief and fear of losing your loved one which have their root cause in having too much attachment and very less self awareness.

Your way to freedom and happiness is waiting for you.

-Mahesh Krishnamurthy

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Change the way you live

Hi, today a person came to me for a health consultation. As usual, my teammate at the reception desk has asked him not to reveal any symptoms to me and that I’ll figure it out through Nadi Pariksha.

I performed his diagnosis and then we got discussing. The whole discussion was on his dietary pattern and his lifestyle because that’s how he was being a diabetic.

So, my conversation with him goes like this;

Me: at what times of the day do you eat?

Him: I eat when I’m hungry

Me: So, approximately at what times of the day are you hungry?

Him: I take my diabetes pill and then I’m tired and that’s when I eat.

Me: No..No. that’s not hunger! That’s your insulin secretion making your sugars go low. I’m asking you when do you feel hungry?

Him: Stares at me without an answer.

Here is a person who is a full time diabetic and one who relishes non-veg 4 times a week.

How many of you eat when you’re hungry?

Hunger is the only validity for you to have a meal. When you’re eating without hunger, you’re feeding the mind which craves for something to chew on. You’re listening to the wrong voice my friend. And at what cost?

Did you know, if you eat without hunger, your body loses vital energy managing what you’re dumping into the food bag called stomach?

When you eat without being hungry, Your liver tries to minimise abuse in the body by pumping in more glucose into your system. That way, your body will tolerate abuse and try to throw the toxins out the next day. If you’re habitually late at your dinner table, I mean if you’re eating after 8pm every night, you risk becoming a diabetic. First your fasting sugars will go up and then your post prandial. Your liver, pancreas, heart, kidneys are all at stake. Even your veins are at a risk of developing varicosity. Not only that, you run the risk of getting low on vitamin B12 and vitamin D3. You also run into a risk of developing skin diseases such as psoriasis.

Take care when you can. Is important to take care of your body than to get an annual checkup done. The tests only reveal the consequences of the abuse you’ve done. If your body is tolerating the abuse, then the test results won’t show any abnormality.

But the tests never reveal the abuse you’re doing to the body. For that, you need to consult someone who knows what’s right for the body. A doctor is not good enough. You need an health consultant.

Change the way you live when you can so you you won’t need a prescription that changes your life.

⁃ Mahesh Krishnamurthy

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Nadi Pariksha

Nadi pariksha

Nādi Pariksha is a diagnostic practice in Ayurveda to find the root cause of any ailment and illness in the body. The word Nādi means “artery” and Pariksha means “to examine”. It is all called as Pulse Diagnosis. According to Vedic and Yoga texts, there are 72000 or 72000 pairs of Nādi. There is no clarity on this number.

The entire body is a web of Nādi which are big, long, thick, thin as well as minuscule and microscopic. There are different names given to channels in the body. They are called; snaayu (ligaments and tendons that bind joints together and nerves),  Nādi(artery)Vasā(brain and bone marrow)Himsrā(vein)Dhamani(arteries)Dhāmani(heart)Dharātantuki(vein), jiivitajnya (artery)andSirā (veins).

So, blood vessels meaning arteries, veins, capillaries, ligaments and tendons, and any tubular organ in the body together are not called Nādi. All creatures have Nādi.

When you get your NādiParikshado not tell anything about yourself excepting your name and age. The diagnosis will reveal every symptom you have been experiencing. The diagnosis will also reveal to you the root cause of the symptom. “Identifying the root cause of your symptoms and reversing it so that you regain your good health  is our core work and this is what we do best. “

NādiPariksha can be performed on children from a very early age. 

NādiPariksha should never be done with the patient standing, talking, watching television, reading, or for that matter while performing any activity.

While checking Prakrti of a person, the patient must not bathe, exercise, perform Yogāsana, Prānayama, or indulge in any kind of prayer, chanting, reading, writing or any activity whatsoever.

We at Nadichikitsa Wellness Pvt Ltd have been performing NādiPariksha for over 17 years. From our experience, we can say that NādiPariksha is the best form of diagnosis. We can arrive at a prognosis of your physical, psychological and emotional health in totality.

We provide NādiPariksha training. We have trained over 200 Ayurvedic doctors in NādiPariksha until now.

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