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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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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