Guruatma K Khalsa

healing from the inside out

March 24, 2014
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…on having someone with you before and after surgery.

Thank you for writing this Guest Blog, Joyce – and remember that you turned the favor around and helped me with my foot surgery last Fall!  You really helped me relax and just be the patient. My thoughts on having more »

March 19, 2014
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You ask, “What does your name mean, Guruatma?” …on living your spiritual name

Tomorrow, is the 35th anniversary of living my spiritual name, Guruatma. Here’s the letter I received on March 20, 1979, from my teacher, Yogi Bhajan: My dear one in Divine, Sat Nam. I am in receipt of your letter of more »

March 18, 2014
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Self-healing for chronic and critical illness – 40 day commitment to a yoga/meditation practice

I invitied Kathe Forrest/Siri Kirn to submit a Guest Blog introducing her new book, Keep the Change, Simple Practices for Lasting Transformation Using Yoga, Meditation and Journaling, as it relates to us who are challenged with a chronic and critical illness. more »

March 16, 2014
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Kundalini Yoga helps with depression and low energy of Hashimoto’s disease (autoimmune, thyroid imbalance)

Herein is a Guest Blog written by a woman in our 6am yoga class.  She’s an internationally-known artist who works with diverse mediums and specializes in glass blowing!  I LOVE her work – it’s organic (alive!) and deeply moving. The more »

March 12, 2014
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How do I find a doctor who specializes in autoimmune disease?

ASK THE RESEARCHER Q. How do I find a doctor who specializes in autoimmune diseases? There is no medical specialty called “autoimmunity.” A. Although the causes ofautoimmune diseases are shared between diseases, the diseases themselves affect different parts of the more »

March 7, 2014
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Caregiver seeks yogic tools for loved one with cancer & going through chemotherapy

Guest Post: Siri Kirin/Kathe Forrest Where do I begin? This is a story of sickness and the strong will to survive that could actually be several individual narratives. There are many facets involved in being a caregiver for someone who has more »

March 5, 2014
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Intro to Blog

Through my blog, i am sharing my 60 years of experience, and the tools for self-management which lifted me out of this seemingly-hopeless ‘jungle of my own‘. As a child, i was plagued by serious environmental allergies and herpes simplex more »

March 1, 2014
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Thank a Nurse – How to Move Through the Medical System. What is OUR PART as the chronic or critical illness patient?

I had Cochlear Implant Surgery January 9th, 2014 and just had to send a ‘Thank You’ note to my surgical nurse – he was GREAT; I loved him! Yes, it’s a personal letter, but it could have been written to more »

February 28, 2014
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“Can ya hear me now?” -Guruatma’s ‘Cochlear Implant’ Report #2 on 3-1-14

For those of us who have a hearing loss and are considering a Cochlear Implant: …it’s just like they tell you – it’s a PROCESS! I used to have 2 excellent digital hearing aids for my profoundly deaf ears that more »

February 28, 2014
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“I probably never had a really good breath in my whole life until I came to Chair Yoga Class with Guruatma!”

When I first came to Chair Yoga Class for Seniors and for People with a Disability at Metropolitan Multi-Service Center here in Houston, TX, about 8 months ago, I had trepidation that I couldn’t do anything because I had been more »