Guruatma K Khalsa

healing from the inside out

January 9, 2013
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reduce inflammation and nerve pain with a gentle tool – earthing pads work for me!

in answer to your request for gentle healing ideas, i encourage you to consider THIS: i’m not saying that whatever it is that you are challenged by is the same as what I am challenged by, but I discovered, by more »

December 31, 2012
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Medical Disclaimer

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 »

December 29, 2012
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enbrel/enteracept helped prednisone descent in Relapsing Polychondritis autoimmune disease

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 24, 2012
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SELF awareness/considering my SELF – a 2007 journal entry

what i have observed and feel to be one of my greatest challenge is in the area of denial of mySELF i know that, all too often, i make the choice to spend my energy being busy and determined to more »

December 23, 2012
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for chronic pain and chronic ‘conditions’ – foot reflexology in the hot tub!

i found a great way to get customized, so-very-relaxing, therapeutic reflexology treatments – all-inclusive in my YMCA membership! their hot tub is @105 degrees and has many choices of different-pressure jet streams located in various places along the walls and more »

December 13, 2012
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chronic critical illness & autoimmune disease in relation to obesity

I heard that the minute we start thinking of our ‘comfort food’ (we all have one, doancha know) and make the decision to go after it, our body immediately starts to flood with relief. That ‘relaxation response’ is as fast more »

December 13, 2012
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recuperation -‘things that make me feel better’ list

one of my chronic/critical illness clients fell off a roof and hurt himself BAD.  he has been battling it out with his recuperative process for way over a year and, god only knows all what he has been through with more »

December 13, 2012
by Guruatma Khalsa
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multiple surgeries – what to do in-between surgeries

i just received this from one of my yoga students who is recuperating from major surgery and soon to have another (one month in-between): Your concern means a lot to me.  I am fine and have started my physical thereapy more »

December 13, 2012
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blind, deaf, mute, amputee, paralysis, etc etc etc – what are you most grateful for?

if you were to ask me what i am most grateful for, i useta woulda said my eyes someone asked Helen Keller if she would rather be deaf or blind (can ya ba-leeve they actually asked her THAT!) and she more »

December 13, 2012
by Guruatma Khalsa
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living with chronic critical illness – where’s my gold medal?

here we are, in the midst of watching the athletes in the world olympics battling it out, breaking records, getting up and going on with it after ‘blowing it’ – keeping up in the face of supreme challenge while i’m more »