Prophylactic self-isolation for emo-C evaluation. Day 91st.

Great way to stabilize a day. Great way to be OK

by Dr. A. Palatronis

Theoretical arguments

About physical body

Appropriate amount of physical calories are consumed by the organs for the proper work of the entire “physical body”. That means that some amount of calories is essential to maintain the proper work of vital organs.

Resting energy expenditure of organs and tissues (1). “Other” consisted of adipose tissue, bone, skin, intestine and glands. Original photo by Mark Neal on Pexels.com was adapted by Dr. A. Palatronis on www.z-antenna.com

About emotional body

The same principle could be adapted for an “emotional body”, where specific activities (described in this and ongoing posts) play the role of “calories” for a vital emotional stability.

Emotional needs to keep the body toned up. Original photo by Mark Neal on Pexels.com was adapted by Dr. A. Palatronis on www.z-antenna.com

About the balance between physical and emotional bodies

Keeping physical and emotional bodies properly supplied with essential nutritious and “emotional” calories, contributes to a balance on physical and emotional levels.

As a result, it leads to self-satisfaction, better well-being and not overeating.

Real life and its truth

Well-feeling induces well-eating and one should work on it daily

Part 1 from 4

Overture

Jan 15, 2020

We all know how to hurry

We all know how to hurry, or how to create a hurricane from a peaceful situation:) One of a common reaction – an attempt to relax and restore inside harmony by eating FOOD. Any diet or meal plan could be crushed in this way and the daily in-a-hurry situations will finally lead to emotional exhaustion.

Daily routine dictates its format

Peaceful mind and positive feelings enhance self-esteem and contribute to conscious and balanced food consumption, healthy food consumption. Probably, there are not many people who have not heard about the positive impact of morning exercise, meditation, book reading, listening to calm music, walking in the fresh air, etc… Unfortunately, daily routine dictates its format and ruins any attempts to find emotional balance during the day. And, as a result – imbalance in eating FOOD.

Let me introduce the Emotional diet

So, here is a one-day plan for Emotional diet which I have created for myself half a year ago. It is always under development, because nothing is perfect, never. Yep, it is not a meal diet arranged by hours and calories, it is the Emotional diet, where certain activities should be done to increase inner harmony and therefore, prevent overeating or junk-food consumption.

Must-do activities during the Emotional diet

Emotional diet plan provides some must-do activities by hours, where emo-calories (“emotional calories”) play a role in scores to be reached. To come up to the scratch of a perfect day, emo-calories should compose at least 100 scores, and that would be just an initial stage. Certain activities give a relevant amount of emo-calories to reach inner harmony during a day. Let’s start right now!

Ingredients for Emotional diet (one-day menu, duration 7 days)

ActivityWhat to do?DurationScore
Morning smile to myself  Smile to yourself with a big real smile right after opening your eyes in the morning, right in bed5 sec5
Slow water drinkingDrink a glass of water in the morning, slowly while sitting and relaxing1 min5
Social media after 2 hoursChecking social media not earlier than 2 hours after wake up10 min?5
Slow eatingEat your breakfast slowly and calmly. Calm eating means no TV, no music, no mobile phone or a computer during meal consumption20-30 min5
Mirror smileAt midday, look at a mirror and smile in a big real smile to yourself, just do it, move your lips to imitate a super smile!:)5 sec5
Slow tea/coffee drinkingDrink your tea/coffee slowly while sitting and relaxing1 min5
Slow eatingEat your lunch slowly and calmly. Calm eating means no TV, no music, no mobile phone or a computer during meal consumption20-30 min5
Listening to 432 hz or classical musicJust listening, no other activity at the same time30 min15
Nature walkingDuring morning or daytime, to get a dose of sunlight and fresh air1 hour25
MeditationSit down and make it as you can, with music or without, with previous practice or without, just close the eyes and imagine yourself relaxing20 min25
Activities to increase emotional stability and well-feeling

Read more about 432 hz music in my previous post: about 432hz music

It is impossible” syndrome

It is difficult to smile!

I need to say that it is difficult at the beginning even to smile to yourself in the morning, but it works wonders to feel great. SO, worth a try!

In the next posts on this topic, more and more advanced examples will be provided, so let’s keep in touch!

It is not necessary, and probably not possible, to complete all the above mentioned activities at once, during the first day. But keep going and see what happens in a week!

How to get emotional calories for well-feeling if that is so unusual and hard to achieve?

  • Set an alarm for an appropriate activity to be sure that the “consumption of the emotional calories” is full and completed
    • For example, if a duration of meditation is 20 min – set an alarm for 20 min, one should concentrate all his/her attention to start doing it
  • Mark your mood changes and food preferences within a day in a written form (on a piece of paper, in a notebook, or making phone notes) while practicing the Emotional diet
  • Note that there are no scores with negative values
    • For example, if instead of meditation one has chosen to gossip or watch TV – no scores are taken away
  • We concentrate our mind only on positivity and growing inner stability
  • All the attempts should be concentrated on the accomplishment of the “emo-C” activities

And we will meet with the same topic after 7 days to continue! This is just a beginning!

References:

  1. McClave SA, Snider HL. Dissecting the energy needs of the body. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care. 2001;4(2):143-7

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