Prophylactic self-isolation for emo-C evaluation. Day 161st.

Part 10 from X

Overture

In this post, a broad description of the practical theory of emotional calories (emo-C) is given. The practical theory of emotional calories is being developed by Dr. A. Palatronis from January 2020.

Great way to stabilize a day, – great way to be OK

Well-feeling induces well-eating and vice versa. One should work on it daily

by Dr. A. Palatronis

Emo-C or Emotional Diet Plan

About the balance between physical and emotional bodies

According to Indian yogic knowledge (1), all aspects of human being could be described as his/her five bodies, or layers:

  1. “food” body
  2. “mental” body
  3. “energy” body
  4. “etheric” or “spiritual” body and
  5. “bliss” body

Physical existence of the body is expressed as three first layers: “food”, “mental” and “energy” bodies.

Keeping just those first layers – “food”, “mental” and “energy” bodies – in alignment, brings a natural well-being, as it is proposed by nature.

Taking into account the knowledge above, and searching my way to stabilize the basis of the physical existence, I started to develop the emo-C theory – a theory in practice.

Emo-C theory allows to bring harmony into physical body by working on the very basic, physically palpable activity. But remember! Only thought plus action means reality! One should work on it to achieve the results.

Only thought plus action means reality!

Have a thought? – Take an action!

About “food” body

“Food” body refers to our need of food for a physical existence. Physical body needs basic amount of energy. This basic amount of energy is used to maintain the proper work of the essential organs: liver, heat, lungs, etc.

About “mental” body

We feed “mental” body with emotions, feelings, thoughts and senses. While in nutrition we express units of energy in calories, here I propose to use the term “emotional calories”, or shortly “emo-C”. Emo-C is supposed to express a specific mental energy to feed “emotional”/”mental” body.

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

In her article 5 Considerations to Make when Conducting an Emotional Audit (2), Leah is talking about “emotional fitness”, that in fact join our perception of necessity to nourish “emotional” body. Take a look there too!

On the left:
Resting energy expenditure of organs
and tissues (3). “Other” consisted of adipose tissue, bone, skin, intestine and glands.
On the right:
Emotional needs to keep the body toned up.

Going deeper into the topic by practice, one could realize that our “emotional” body is tightly connected and influences the “food” body in many ways. Therefore, l’earning how to strengthen and keep well your “emotional” body helps to harmonize food habits and ensure overall well-feeling.

l’earning how to strengthen and keep well your “emotional” body helps to harmonize food habits and ensure overall well-feeling

What in practice?

In practice, different activities are supposed to strengthen “emotional”, and in turn “food” body to keep them in balance. These activities have scores – emotional calories. During a day, it is important to gather particular amount of emo-calories to feel emotionally and physically well.

I am constantly developing and thinking about what kind of activities could be beneficial for this balance. As a result – almost each Thursday a new post on emo-C is released for you.

Keep reading and let me know about your experience!

“It is impossible” syndrome

“It is impossible” syndrome is introduced in each post about emo-C to uncover the thoughts which could stop us form doing specific activity. To uncover and overstep. To finally realize that “it is impossible” exists only in a head area. Thought plus action will produce YOUR REALITY

Thought plus action will produce YOUR REALITY

How the author search on what is impossible and what could stop one to feel well?, – By being empath:)

Q&A

QuestionAnswer
What is emo-C in a daily-life?  Emo-C is the “emotional calories” to feed emotional body
Why to apply emo-C in an every-day life?  Emo-C allows to reach inner stability and well-feeling. When we feel well, peaceful and stable, – there is no need to overeat or crave for food
 Could be beneficial if overcoming difficult daily-life or challenging life situations
 Helps to reduce stress, actually it reduces unproductive and destructive stress feeling and leads to the proper responses and actions when needed
What should be done to ensure emo-C consumption?  Emotional calories are achieved by conducting specific activities within a day. These activities contribute to inner stability, peacefulness and well-feeling
How much scores per day?At least 100 scores are needed to ensure day’s intake of emotional calories
Activities to ensure “consumption” of emotional calories  These activities are graduated from very easy and taking just a few seconds to do, to some-how difficult, new, challenging, surprising and taking up to 0.5-1.0 hour
 Should be conducted regularly within all the day  
 Start from one activity, maintain it within a week and later add one more, any of those which seems for you good enough to try  
Main information about what is Emo-C and its benefits to daily well-feeling

You can find my previous about emo-C here:

  • Emo-C part 1 About emotional and physical bodies in one
  • Emo-C part 2 How to “eat” emotional calories – Nature observation
  • Emo-C part 3 Ingredient for Emotional diet – yoga pose Supta Baddha Konasana
  • Emo-C part 4 Ingredient for Emotional diet – creative hobby
  • Emo-C part 5 Ingredient for Emotional diet – DIY (do it yourself)
  • Emo-C part 6 Ingredient for Emotional diet – Morning smile to yourself
  • Emo-C part 7 Ingredient for Emotional diet – Drinking water slowly
  • Emo-C part 8 Ingredient for Emotional diet – Watch the sky, the Sun, the Moon
  • Emo-C part 9 Ingredient for Emotional diet – Be a child

References:

  1. Sadhguru, Body the Greatest Gadget. Jaico Publishing House, 2019
  2. Leah, 5 Considerations to Make when Conducting an Emotional Audit on Nourish Your Soul website
  3. 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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