i just found this old post from someone i don’t know: they submitted it on Feb 18, 2012 – i sure wish i could find them! here’s their comment: I am living proof that this information about mercury amalgams is more »
Well, i’ve started a yoga dvd recently and i must add, I’m as flexible as a steel pipe!!?! The physicality i understand alot more than the spirituality part of it. Any idea how to focus a bit more? I’m not more »
nothing beats TWO MOTHER’S PRAYERS – i like the way these mom’s rock! Two Lake Zurich moms have combined their shared love of music with their desire to help children fighting rare diseases. Lori Butler and Kerry Hughes of Two more »
These are books, on Death & Dying, that Guruatma has found incredibly helpful through her own journey with chronic and critical illness. You may find them useful as well. Final Gifts – Understanding The Special Awareness, Needs and Communications of the more »
Contact Guruatma View Guruatma’s Personal Healing Gallery The Breath Whisperer Guruatma K. Khalsa was born in 1952 and grew up in a large, middle-class family in Chicago, Illinois. Being the oldest girl of nine children, she was always taking care of more »
Can you tell me your experience with the sleeping pill called Ambien… was it addictive for you or did you have side effects from it? anything else? A friend of mine is using it… it’s helping but she’s feeling tentative more »
The ideas, procedures or suggestions I share with you on this website, OR in an email/phone/skype conversation/consult OR, in one of my yoga classes, are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a trained health professional. All more »
how i see it is that enbrel/enteracept was used to support the long, drawn-out prednisone descent from the Relapsing Polychondritis disease process i am challenged by – i don’t believe it cured the disease we used it to ‘fake my body out’ (so to more »
December 28, 2012
by Guruatma Khalsa Comments Off on breath awareness – how can the average person use breath awareness?
well, i know that working with our breath can elevate us out of any mood swing. when you are having a hard time, probably the last thing in the world you are going to be thinking about of is whether more »
December 27, 2012
by Guruatma Khalsa Comments Off on All I know is what I feel.
Stage One: Am I really sick? : All I know is what I feel. Learning to listen to yourself and trust what you hear when you listen is essential. Your body is sending you messages that you need to listen to more »