Life is always a celebration, we are born every movement …..if life is a meditation !!! Let our living be revolutionized …. Get Mickeymized !!
‘Feel-Loss-of-Eyes’ is Dr Mickey Mehta’s wellness mantra for his 54th birthday!
Dr Mickey Mehta turns 54 on 29th August’ 16. And what is significant about this birthday, the holistic health guru says, is that he has (“after 35 successful years in the industry”) finally understood the true meaning of philosophy in man’s wellness.
“To philosophize about wellness is to Feel-Loss-of-Eyes,” he explains. “It literally means to close one’s eyes, shut the mind, and open the heart. Only when you cut out all dependence on the five senses can you get indepth intuition, foresight and meaningful extra sensory perceptions from within ”
According to the 21st century wellness promoter , “Everything first exists in the thought form , the invisible realm. in the mind And meaningful thoughts emanate out of the philosophies , only when you cut off your sensory feeds and delve deep inside. Thoughts and intent lead to transformation. Man’s resolve is all that is needed to start. We are a small symphony in the large harmony of the universal energy field. The energy field is conscious and sensitive to reactions and responses. With Feel-Loss-of-Eyes we energize the field within us to change the field around us. And with intention, which is followed up by action and words, we transform it completely. Philosophy is the universal truth. Every good philosophy makes us responsibly take a step forward in evolution. Some philosophies like Feel-Loss-of-Eyes are a quantum leap.”
It is Dr Mickey Mehta’s new mantra for his 54th year. A product of this out-of-the-box philosophy, he says, is the Ten Commandments he charted out that are a simple set of life rules leading towards human evolution . He lists them out. –
1. Breathe in… creativity.
2. Stretch… beyond the sky.
3. Walk… towards progress.
4. Move… in awareness.
5. Reach… out to all.
6. Grip life… be in charge.
7. Stabilize… be balanced.
8. Strengthen your core… and confidence.
9. Be calm… be synchronized.
10. Meditate… with the Universe and Get Mickeymized!
Taking Feel-Loss-of-Eyes further, Mickey Mehta says, “This philosophy makes you sound in attitude. And once you are sound, quality thoughts are attracted to the mind. They are the progenitor for meaningful action. When exercise is done in this heightened state of awareness, it brings about rhythmic accord through regulated breathe in the mind and body. When life is in rhythm, you are in a state of ease, when there is a loss of rhythm, what results is dis-ease.”
Scientifically, what he is saying is that Feel-Loss-of-Eyes orchestrates our circadian rhythm. This is our bio clock, the circadian rhythm is a cycle that tells our body when to sleep, rise, eat and regulates our many physiological processes. When this internal body clock is disrupted, it leads to adverse health effects like indigestion, obesity, depression, stress, cardiovascular problems, hypertension and hormonal disorders , etc.
To encourage people to Feel-Loss-of-Eyes, the most popular wellness wizard is offering a generous 54% discount (it’s his 54th birthday) on all memberships at his Wellness Temples until 31st Aug. (Visit : https://t.co/Q5qAEGCq8F)
“I’m happy this Feel-Loss-of-Eyes philosophy struck me,” he says, “and I pray it happens to everyone. Very few philosophies move towards the elevation of the soul. At the end of the day, we all need to be inspired from within. If we aren’t inspired, then we expire!”
On the ninth day of the Chaitra Month of the Hindu Calendar, the Hindu Deity Shri Ram was born. This a very auspicious day for the Hindus and the day is celebrated with lots of pomp and enthusiasm by reading religious scriptures, chanting shlokas and fasting.
Rama Rajya, i.e. the reign of Shri Rama is that period in the history of India which is renowned for peace and prosperity of the kingdom. Gandhiji used this marvelous term – ‘Ram Rajya’ to describe how he felt India should be run post-Independence. Shri Ram is remembered for his prosperous and righteous reign and his total devotion to his parent, his integrity and honesty. Shri Ram was also known for his ‘Ekpatnivrat’. Shri Rama being the only incarnation of Vishnu Bhagwan who had only one wife thus Ek – Patni – Vrat.
Vrat means a resolution with a special purpose in mind. In the Rama Avtaar or incarnation, it is said that Lord Vishnu wanted to show the world the ideal way a human should be and live. Thus, Shri Rama was the ideal – king, son, brother, wife, father, friend, and enemy too! This avatar was meant to lead by example so Shre Rama is the epitome of all that is good.
Today according to the Hindus we are going through kalyug where the negative rules! To bring back the Sat yug or the good times when the positive ruled we need to become like Shri Rama or Shri Rama himself in our hearts!
I do believe inside each one of us resides the ideal human being! The perfect man/woman- one who is capable of very high and noble acts and one who does not look askance anyone! Come from positivity, helpfulness and trust! You will always get what you expect, so expect the best! Remember people will live up to your expectations so expect only the best from everyone. If all of us have positivity and trust, there will be prosperity and happiness for sure!
Let us live up to our potential and bring back Ram Rajya!!
Let our positive and true selves surface to get optimized, get Mickeymized!!!
According to the Hindu calendar, Gudi Padwa is celebrated on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada of the Hindu calendar and marks the beginning of the New Year.
Festivals play an important role in every Indian household and are celebrated to signify changing seasons, harvesting and victory of good over evil. All festivals are celebrated with much gaiety, fun, feasting and bonding with family and friends.
On this auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa, a Gudi or a bronze/copper or Silver Kalash is adorned with the traditional Maharashtrian attire and is displayed in many households symbolising victory over evil and the ensuing happiness and prosperity thereafter. Garlands made of tender mango and neem leaves adorn the doors to represent purity and cleanliness.
As is with any other Indian festival, this too is celebrated with delicious goodies like Puran Poli, Srikhand, Kheer etc and excess consumption of such foods can take its toll on our health leading to imbalances and weight gain.
Therefore, it is imperative to regulate our system with appropriate foods that are healthy and balanced and exercise regularly in order to achieve and maintain a desirable weight.
Listed below are few guidelines to follow:
- Eat only when hungry. Fruits, low fat yogurt, and vegetable juices or homemade snacks like roasted Kurmura, Poha with nuts or Channa are recommended in between meals to prevent hunger pangs, for constant energy and to maintain efficient metabolism.
- Incorporate healthy and wholesome foods like vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, sprouts, and whole grains, nuts, seeds, fresh herbs etc.
- Drink adequate amounts of water (approximately 8 to 10 glasses) and other liquids like green tea and herbal teas. These drinks are fillers to manage your hunger.
- Prepare festival sweets with jaggery or honey and home- made ghee made from cow’s milk.
- Avoid very rich sweets, soft drinks, fruit juices and fried snacks, aerated drinks, processed foods, ready to eat foods, sauces, papads, pickles etc.
- Exercise regularly and ensure you get good rest and sleep.
Eating right with natural, nutritious and seasonal foods heals, purifies and strengthens your body, mind and spirit and calms your internal system. Let our lives get harmonized to get Mickeymized!!!
Happy Gudi Padwa to all!
When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.” Herophilus
Success, happiness, and health are unquestionably linked. A strong physical body, a healthy immune system, a balanced state of mind and controlled emotions, provide the foundation needed for achievement and success!
“Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.” ~ Buddha
“Your body is precious. It is your vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care” – Buddha
So how do we achieve continuous health or wellness?
A few pointers for you:
- Incorporate healthy and nutritious foods
- Exercise with devotion
- Get adequate rest and sleep
- Abstain from alcohol, smoking and addictive substances
- Meditate and do Yoga regularly
- Finally, think good thoughts because a man is what he thinks!
Success is of no use if you are unable to enjoy the fruits of it! World health day is celebrated on 7th of April every year. I say celebrate because I come from the mindset of celebrating health rather than attaining it or maintaining it. I feel that we should all be in a constant state of health and wellbeing. Health is not something we need to work hard for but rather a continuous process of being like breathing…
“So many people spend their health gaining wealth, and then have to spend their wealth to regain their health.” A. J. Reb Materi
Health should never be an option; just as breathing isn’t! It should be the first priority always for yourself as well as your family members. Take responsibility of your health, transform your being, and live in the flow to get Mickeymized!!!
Be Healthy and Happy! Wish you all a Happy World Health Day!