Embrace happiness before you lose it to illness

Embrace your happiness before you lose it to an illness

I see people everyday. Many of the people who come to consult with me are facing high fasting blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, body pains, lack of sound sleep and several other symptoms that seem to have erupted out of thin air. They have a good job that pays them handsomely, their families are happy and yet, they suffer.

He one thing thats common amongst all these people is that they are in the wanting to do what they love doing. They look so tired from doing their mundane jobs that only finance their lifestyle but doesn’t fire their passion that they fail to understand what’s wrong and where. And how can they come out of this suffering.

One such person came to me for a consultation. He looked okay but he wasn’t cheerful. So, I performed his Nadi Pariksha (Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis that can also reveal redundant habits, mental patterns, attitudes and your dysfunctional parts of your personality). The diagnosis revealed that he was agitated, frustrated and he was losing sleep. He also had stiffness in his neck, increasing fasting blood sugar levels and high blood pressure.

When I discussed my diagnosis with him, he wasn’t surprised. He knew why his body was throwing out these symptoms, but he wasn’t prepared to do what he so much wanted to.

He loved teaching but, he knew it would pay him only a fraction of what his current job was paying. So, he very meticulous planned for years so that he could get to living his passion. He had achieved financial independence so that his lifestyle will not fluctuate even if he failed in his assignment. Yet, his thoughts were messing up his mornings and he would sometimes be awake in the night thinking “how am I going to do this?”

Look at yourself. Have you also been hanging in such a situation and for long?

I was recently watching a video my friend made. She made a profound statement.. The how about everything is a trap. It just keeps you hanging in that space.

It’s so true. We just keep thinking how we are going to do without actually getting up and doing what we need to. The how, is such a waste of time.

Isn’t it your fear about how your future will turn out to be that stops you from doing and keeps you in the how? It’s such a powerful habit that stops you from being you.

We are all so outcome focussed because that’s what we are taught in elementary school, in business school, literally everywhere.

Instead of focusing on life by way of measuring outcomes, if you can re-orient your approach towards life to become action centric, then the results will just turn out to be not just fine but, you’ll actually begin enjoying life.

When I assist people to take that most important step, they feel it’s a free fall. They fear. They so much want to hold onto their old habits that kept them stuck. And, when they have no choice but to face their new challenges, an inner strength comes forth which takes over their pessimism and fuels their present with a new energy. They feel liberated from their shackles of unnecessary thinking. They begin to act spontaneously. In their spontaneity, healing happens.

When life happens, the body heals and supports your every step.

It’s such a wonderful feeling. Life is never for-giving. Life is for living.

Isn’t it time you took the next step?

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He loves his job but stress gives him sleepless nights

Successful people are always outcome driven. This means, you do everything you can and will do, so that you can achieve the outcome that you have charted out to accomplish. However, this commando attitude of yours comes with its baggage of stress. And such stress can produce symptoms which can take a toll on your sleep and can create several other physical symptoms such as digestive disorders, constipation, low vitamin D3, etc. One such person came for a consultation yesterday.

My client is of 44 years and came from overseas see me. He is working in an Indian company which has its overseas operations. He is a sales and marketing professional and his efforts are generating more than 80% of his company’s total profits. He loves his job.

I performed his Nadi Pariksha and realised that his sleep was bad, he was frustrated from unending stress and it was showing on his body as improper bowel evacuation, low vitamin D3, snoring and his body ached.

I shared my observation of the diagnosis with him. He said sleeplessness was the reason why he had come. He said that his success in his job made his employers want more from him and he could not handle that stress.

His initial symptoms began with  body aches. Those days, though he had disturbed sleep, he did not feel that an issue and he used the time he was awake to accomplish his tasks on hand.

He did not realise until much later that his disturbed sleep had progressed towards sleeplessness and recently he hadn’t slept for over 3 days.

I suggested he take on a few therapies some of which will help him relax his body and mind and some others that will help him pay more attention to what his body needs so that he can quickly recover from his symptoms.

I gave him Marma Chikitsa therapy before he left and that relieved much of his stress instantly. A little effort from his side will definitely put him back on track with his grit and determination and with an added backup knowledge that will keep him stress free.

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She was in so much pain when she came

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Hey! Do you know what SLE is?

If you are experiencing sharp pains in different parts of your body then, one of the probable reasons is because you might have SLE.

The expansion of SLE is Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Well, I won’t go further into the modern medical description of the problem. I’d rather look at understanding it with some common sense.

Yesterday, another client with SLE came in for the first consultation. She was broad and heavy. I offered the client chair for her sit on and she hesitated sitting on the chair from fear that it would break. So, I offered my sturdy chair to her.

She had been ailing with SLE for over 15 years and she had taken several treatments including steroids, allopathic medicines and now she was on a bunch of online medicines which were apparently prescribed to her.

I performed her Nadi Pariksha and got to the root cause of her health condition. I found that her body was dry from inside. Her emotions were of fear, frustration, resentment, and hatred.

Before I began narrating her diagnosis, I wanted to know what had happened in her past that caused her symptoms. Initially, she resisted and said her past was just fine.

From my experience of working with people in physical pain, I know that physical pain is simply a manifestation of your emotional pain.

When I asked specific questions about her family and relationships, she opened up. She believed her brother was a bully when he was a kid. So, she and her brother never communicate. She believed her mother loved her siblings more than her. She said she was good in studies and so her siblings never liked that and despised her.

She was blaming her husband who was present at the time of consultation.

She also mentioned to me that she can never say “No” to anyone.

It was alarming how she only saw negative around her.

From my diagnosis, It was clear to me why she had so much physical pain.

At one point, she said she couldn’t lift her arm. She demonstrated her restricted arm movement and her expression showed her pain. It was an opportunity for me to help her. So, I did Marma Chikitsa and within a few seconds her arm movement was far better. She had no pain.

The good thing is that all of her physical pain can be released so that she can live her life renewed. The emotional pain itself can be relieved  a few simple therapies.

SLE is a psycho-somatic symptom. Simply taking steroids or other medicines will not help you win your battle. Work with your mind and emotions and you can win over your pain.

Yes, you do need help and that help is always available when you need it.

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He was sleep deprived and then this happened to him

He was sitting in the last seat 31A of the flight that he had taken to Hyderabad. The window was half open. He was feeling sleep deprived and so his eyes were going shut. He was trying to keep himself awake and picked up the inflight magazine. He just kept flipping the pages without being able to focus properly. So, he put the magazine back in its holder and rested his chin on his palm.

Time passed and he was still sleepy. He peered outside the aircraft window and saw green fields below. It looked hazy. He looked at his waist. He hasn’t secured his seat belt. He wondered how he had not realised that the aircraft had taken off. His mind began to work waking him from sleep.

He turned towards the isle and saw a man walking towards him, looking for his seat number. What the … he wondered. Did he get into the flight mid air? He then turned towards the window wide awake. What he had seen with his half closed eyes was not fields, but the squares on the cemented parking bay. The flight hadn’t moved. Oh! He exclaimed to himself. Was I hallucinating? Oh my God! He thought to himself. Why do I feel deprived of sleep? Why is sleep simply not enough for me! What’s wrong with me?

Sleep is an important part of your life. Sleep resets your body clock and prepared your body and mind to face the next day. Without proper sleep your body and mind are on an overdrive. Your body spends more energy than needed to get less done. Your performance drops and you stop enjoying everything you do.

Sleep deprivation is not easy to deal with. It causes chronic fatigue. It leads to snoring. Snoring keeps you fatigued and your family disturbed. You become the centre of their conversation. It is humiliating. If snoring is not cured, it leads to sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a warning. Snoring usually leads to a heart attack.

You can see some of our political leaders sleeping on the Dias. They’re clearly ignoring the warning signs.

The sleep-ap machine too is not a cure. Nor does it reduce the risk of a heart attack. It only manages your symptom while you continue to feel sleep deprived.

Snoring and sleep apnea can be cured with proper Ayurvedic therapy.

People who snore are usually unaware of their problem. Ask your partner or spouse. If you’re snoring, take action now to cure it.

With Nadi Pariksha, the root cause of snoring can be diagnosed and remedied. Sleep well from today.

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Arteriovenous Malformation

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A woman of 42 years came for a consultation. She was a mother of 2 children.

On checking her pulse, there were indications of increased instability and lightening fast impulses. She revealed that she had AVM or Arteriovenous Malformation.

In the body, arteries carry oxygenated blood and veins carry de-oxygenated blood. An AVM is a malformation in which certain improperly formed veins disrupt this process. In certain people, the AVM ruptures causing internal bleeding. When there is no rupture, people may experience headache or seizures.

This lady had seizures every single day. The medications she took reduced the intensity of her seizures but seizures continued to occur on the afternoons she rested and seizures occurred with reduced intensity at night.

I suggested she take Marma Chikitsa. After doing two sessions of Marma Chikitsa she did not have seizures. Now she is regularly undertaking Marma Chikitsa therapy and with this intervention, we look forward to a happier and healthier person.

We have seen Marma Chikitsa as one such remedy which provides immediate results in several health conditions such as Cervical Spondylitis, Chronic neck pain, Chronic body pain, neck sprains, neck spasms, migraines, insomnia, sleeplessness, disturbed sleep, epilepsy, radiating arm pain, radiating shoulder pain, low back pains, fatiguing pains in the legs, urinary incontinence, etc.,

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Marma Chikitsa can bring this effect and shock you

A man of 67 years came to me for a consultation. He was a diabetic. His muscles were all stiff. And he couldn’t feel his feet. He felt as if his feet were replaced with wood.

I did his Nadi Pariksha and found that his mind was amazingly stable but his body had been neglected over the years with tremendous intellectual work and inadequate sleep. He needed Marma Chikitsa to harmonise the flow of Prana that had accumulated in several parts of the body and that created the stiffness.

I gave him Marma Chikitsa therapy. After the therapy he felt, for the first time, that his muscles relaxed and he felt flexible. While he was describing, he was shifting his weight from one foot to another. I did pay attention to this but chose to ignore it. After about 2 minutes, he described to me that for the first time he could feel his feet. Marma Chikitsa left him overjoyed.

This was such a heart warming experience for all of us.

– Mahesh Krishnamurthy