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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She began wailing when she knew she just needed to love herself

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Stiffnesses in the body, aches and pains are becoming a common occurrence these days. What is more alarming is that people in their mid thirties and forties are the ones who are complaining more about these symptoms.

Are you one of them who has stiffness or a sore neck or a back spasm? You’ll be surprised when you know what may be causing your stiffness and soreness in your neck and back.

A lady in her mid thirties came for a consultation. I performed her Nadi Pariksha. I studied my diagnosis and found that she had pain and suffering in her relationships and then she wasn’t sleeping well at all. She also had stiffness and discomfort in her neck and lower back.

She probably did not have a system to release her stress from her work and what she was accumulating at home.

Many women find themselves at odds against the family and find no other alternative but to give into the situation and carry on. They divert their mind in their work. This way the women are able to avoid confrontation but, in the bargain, the gap in their heart widens leaving them lacking in love and self worth and very stressed.

I chose to help this client by introducing her to a practice that will bring her back to loving herself and increase her self worth. These are a set of two mentally calming practices called the “Maypole Meditation” and “Connect With Your Cosmic Parents“.

I took her through the practices and she broke into tears and began wailing the moment she needed to embrace herself with love and accept herself despite all that had happened.

No one had ever told her in a long time how much she is loved and cared for.  She was just giving and giving and making others happy.

With these two practices, she knew what is more important for her right now. She just needed to embrace herself with love and accept herself. Everything else is secondary.

I followed up with Marma Chikitsa Therapy on her to relieve her pains and to remedy her disturbed sleep.

It’s just been a few days! She is sleeping well, her stiffness, aches and pains have almost left her and she can’t hide her childlike smile on her face.

Life is always giving back to you what you so desire. Whatever you choose to embrace, life simply responds.

How wonderful it’d be, if we always choose love and laughter over everything else.

It is possible to do so and live life beautifully just like you dream every now and then.

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His stomach was burning and his joints were hurting

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When you look perfectly okay, but you have unexplained physical problems and you don’t know what is the root cause of it, Nadi Pariksha (Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis) is the only way to find out the real problem.

A man, 35 years of age came for a Nadi Pariksha consultation. After performing his Nadi Pariksha, I found that he had stiffness in his neck, his stomach was burning. His joints were stiff and he was lacking quality sleep and that would create stiffness in his neck and aggravate as a nasty migraine. He was judgmental and he would get intensely angry at the slightest provocation. His intense anger was the root cause of all his symptoms.

I enquired with him whether he was getting sudden and intense anger and whether he faced these physical symptoms! He agreed that he was indeed getting angry for frivolous reasons and then his stiff neck condition worsened leaving him with a bad migraine, his burning sensation in the stomach aggravated and his lack of sleep seemed incurable.

Anger can create widespread consequences. When you get angry, tamas, the quality of energy that induces sleep gets disturbed. Further, your alkaline mucus lining in your stomach and your intestines begin to reduce and will eventually result in ulcers. The muscles that bind your joints can lose their elasticity and result in stiff joints. It can further get complicated and result in permanent injuries in your ankles, knees and your shoulders.

This is not the first time I have seen anger manifest into a bothersome symptom. I have seen how anger has manifested into schizophrenia and the person has died of a brain haemorrhage in sleep, and the worst I have witnessed, is how anger has manifested into cancer of the bile duct.

He had taken some so-called remedial measures that actually were slowly destroying him. He had begun compromising and controlling his anger. He was giving into situations so that there would be no confrontation.

But, this step actually destroyed his own peace. He was getting angry but controlling it and diverting himself. The result was manifesting physically.

Anger is not bad. The misuse of anger is bad. Controlling your anger is the worst practice you can create for yourself. It will surely destroy you. Controlling anger is like slow poison.

I explained to him why his body was creating this condition. He could see clearly how he was unknowingly harming himself. So, I suggested that he undertake a few therapies that will help him release all his bent up reasons that cause his anger. I also suggested that he bring his wife so that she can learn  Marma Chikitsa and help him sleep peacefully.

I ended the consultation with giving him Marma Chikitsa treatment. His body and mind relaxed. He felt calm. He had a restful sleep that night.

Almost all physical conditions have their root cause in how you react to your environment. Addressing the root cause and alongside reversing the symptoms is the best way to bring your body and mind to harmony permanently.

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Medicines did not cure her burning stomach and then she found her cure

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She was 38 years of age. She was from northern India and was married to a only son of a semi-orthodox family. She had a son of 5 years. She had burning sensation in the stomach for over 6 years. She had consulted multiple doctors, taken multiple investigations including endoscopy and had taken multiple treatments. Despite all these, burning sensation in her stomach persisted.

She had come for a consultation. I performed her Nadi Pariksha. Before I could announce her diagnosis, she began narrating her history and events that transpired between her and her mother-in-law and how she felt humiliated. She broke down.

When she had finished, It was my turn. I began explaining to her how her judgments had created her emotions of anger, aggression, frustration, resentment and hatred towards her mother-in-law and those were the real reasons of her physical condition.

Sometimes, our parents or our parents-in-law are not the best examples of what we want to become in life and makes it difficult for us to respect them. It is not our parents’ or our parents-in-law’s fault. They grew up under different circumstances and their circumstances shaped them. They find no reason to change their behaviour and mannerisms or their attitude towards life.

We judge our parents and parents-in-laws based on what we experience with them. Our judgments of their attitude are mostly unconscious and sometimes conscious. All our judgments are tied to our experiences.  Little do we realise that our judgments can cause us to resent their behaviour and attitude so strongly that they manifest as physical symptoms in our body.

it is written in the ancient treatise Rāvana Nādi Pariksha; “Mānasou kāmou doshokopo bhavatyeva |” meaning – Desires that are born in the mind cause imbalances in our body and manifest as symptoms.

Desires are primarily of what we want to accomplish. These can be acceptance and appreciation from others, name, fame, money and wealth. The worst form of desire is wanting to control others’ attitude and their behaviour towards us. And that is what my client had desired. Her unrealised expectations of her mother-in-law towards her had caused such resentment in her that she had an abortion.

She finally realised that life is not tough, nor are the choices. Unhappiness, anger and fear are the real obstacles that she needs to get rid of. She has decided to transform her perspective of life.

She cannot forget her past. She can definitely make her present better. She is already feeling better.

With my experience of working with thousands of women, some of whom were raped, some who lost their children, who, with help from practices, did find their freedom from pain. I have come to realise that life is a teacher. And life teaches you where to look for your strengths and how you can become someone stronger in your values and strength. Some people find the person they look for who directs them towards freedom from pain. While some others are blinded by their ego of blame and disappointment and continue to live in pain. Nevertheless, everyone has their time of realisation.

I too have gone through extremely trying circumstances and challenges in life. When I opened myself to learning, I realised then and today, that life has definitely brought me to a better place.

Has your time come now? Look at yourself. You probably are ready to embrace a pain free life!

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He was using anger so frequently that …

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Yesterday a man came for consultation. His problem was that he was experiencing severe pain in the nape of his neck. He also had pain in his biceps, elbow and forearm. He also experienced occasionally severe migraines. He had with him his MRI and reports.

I usually look at reports in the end and always begin with Nadi Pariksha (Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis).

I did his Nadi Pariksha and found that he used anger frequently as a means of communication with his wife and colleagues.

Before I began explaining my diagnosis , I wanted to know what treatment he was taking.

I asked him his daily routine. He was a software engineer and his work demanded that he work through the night and sometimes until 4am. He loved his job.  By keeping his body awake through the night his body was consequently multiplying his discomfort and pain.

He was taking physiotherapy and with infrared light. I asked him to stop that immediately.

I looked at his MRI and it only showed a disc bulge. He was lucky.

Neck pain produced due to gas in the stomach or due to constipation is different from neck pain that results from anger. So, even the treatment has to be different.

So, I started explaining the diagnosis to him, that the root cause of his neck pain was his anger.

Anger causes sharp pain that seems as if it is stuck, which you wish you could grab and pluck it out.

He told me that he was indeed expressing anger and in the recent months had learnt to control it.

His recent habit of controlling his anger began when his marriage reached a point of separation. He had to make a choice and that choice was to control his anger.

He didn’t realise that this caused more damage than when he expressed anger. Previously, his anger would affect others and himself. By throwing his anger out, he’d get away with minimal damage. Yes, he risked losing his relationships and his job. But controlling anger does worse. You boil inside. Your anger will linger inside you causing more anger. And the more you control it, the worse it’ll become for you.

Anger is a habit that is born out of wanting to control the outcome. That outcome can be from your actions or the actions of others. Your anger habit is either cultivated from your need for perfection or it may have been unconsciously copied from your parents.

If you thought controlling your anger can break your anger habit, you got it all wrong. Previously you blew your steam, but now, the pressure build up every time you get angry. One day, your body will blow up with a cervical disc bulge, disc prolapse, or worse, a brain hemorrhage or a stroke. And when that happens, you alone will suffer. The others can only get you to a doctor or a surgeon, but only you’ll have to endure the consequences of your anger.

Coming back to my client, I suggested Marma Chikitsa to him and some ayurvedic laxatives to ease the pressure off his bowels.

Before sending him off, I did Marma Chikitsa and he expressed instant relief from his neck pain. He needs repetitive sessions and with that he will be well.

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You can simply overcome emotional pain

A lady came to me a few days ago. Her complaint was that she was putting all the effort she wanted to at home and at work and that she had no luck.

I perform d her Nadi Pariksha and what I could see through the diagnosis was that she was very unhappy. Every time a problem she was going through was announced, she nodded in acceptance with a smile.

For her, her pain had become a pleasurable experience. Many of my clients, get so used to pain that they are unable to live life without pain. If they don’t have it, they’ll create one. Then they complain about their pains.

If you want your life to painless and beautiful, the first step is to stop creating pain. Think of a Happy situation instead and actually create one. Then form a thread or sequence of happy thoughts and happy actions. Only then life itself will turn around for you.

Here’s a simple practice to turn your life around now.

Sit in a comfortable position. You can sit on the ground or on a chair. You can also be resting on a couch with your legs stretched.

I’m sharing a breathing practice to you, and a different one.

Before you breathe in, see bars of happiness, love, joy, laughter and fun as words around you.

Breathe in these words and breathe out normally. Put your effort in breathing in happiness, love, joy, laughter and fun.

Do this practice for a few minutes and see how it changes you instantly.

I shared this practice with a lady who had sharp shooting pains in her left knee. After just two minutes of this practice, her pains were gone. I saw her the next day too, and she said that her pains here just vanished.

Don’t make pain a pleasurable experience. Replace pain with happiness, love, joy, laughter and fun.

⁃ Mahesh Krishnamurthy

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It was 9 years ago, the same day. I remember this experience as if it happened just a few hours ago.

My wife told us that she will make pizzas for us. My daughter and I jumped with joy at the idea. So, off we went to get some pizza base. So, we went to a grocer’s store to enquire. We did not find the pizza base but, what caught my daughter’s attention was a plastic Christmas tree. It must’ve been about 2 feet tall. She saw and looked at me. Her eyes were charming and there was this light of enthusiasm. She asked me, ‘Can we buy that tree? So, I asked instead, what are we going to do with it? Then she said, we’ll put up the three for Christmas. I asked, then? To which she answered, ‘We’ll keep it upright until New Years.’ I resumed my question, ‘then?’ To which she replied, ‘We’ll put it in the attic.

I explained to her that we don’t need to buy a Christmas tree to put it in the attic. She was upset. We got into the car and I drove off in search of the pizza base. There was silence in the car. I looked at my daughter’s face. She was unhappy.

I pulled the car over. Looking at her, I told her, ‘We have to go back to the store.’ Looking at me with moist eyes she asked, ‘why?’ I replied, ‘We need to get your happiness back. You left it on the Christmas tree.’ We both laughed.

In life, we leave our happiness in situations expecting those situations to make us happy. We carry these situations in the attic for a long time and then forget about it. The situations then gather dust and then we have to deal with a lot more stuff than just the situation. The truth is, situations do not make us happy. We can make our situation a happy one. All we have to do is to invest happiness and joy in the situation and that’s what it will turn out to become.

In our expectations from situations, we forget to be loving, happy and joyful.

Over the years, I realised the importance of these three words… Love, Happiness and Joy. I began to practice forgiveness. I released every experience, one by one. It took me 6 years. I worked on myself every single day. And finally, my attic was empty.

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Do you really want freedom?

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

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