Guruatma K Khalsa

healing from the inside out

February 4, 2014
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Did you go through a grieving process when you lost your hearing?

A woman in my Hearing Loss Association sent me this: I am taking an online course to be a Peer Mentor.  I have to interview someone with hearing loss.  Would you mind answering a couple of questions for me?  After more »

January 24, 2014
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Autoimmune disease remission – how I achieved that status

A woman in my FaceBook autoimmune support group for Relapsing Polychondritis, asked me: What if anything did you do to be in remission? Was it medication? Supplements? Good luck? My answer: I did tons of things! – diet and nutrition, herbs more »

December 21, 2013
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“How am I going to convince my doctor that I’m suffering?” -from one who is dealing with a rheumatological condition yet to be diagnosed

My response: First of all, you’re doing a great job of fending for yourself in a really REALLY challenging arena full of so many unknowns – BESIDES that you’re probably exhausted, feeling desperate and living in an unacceptable amount of pain more »

October 23, 2013
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what happened to ‘the musician who was too tired to sing’? – here’s her testimonial

I had no clue just how very sick she was when she wrote to me (read her inquiry) and said she just couldn’t sing anymore, but after listening to more of  her story and witnessing Sangita/Renee King’s remarkable recovery, I more »

July 18, 2013
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sadhana – daily spiritual practice for those of us challenged by chronic and critical illness

The price of ecstasy is Sadhana.    5-23-84   YB  “SADHANA”- it’s definitely one of the fattest files in my 35-year-old 3HO archive collection, and it’s FULL of Yogi Bhajan’s words reminding us how important sadhana (daily spiritual practice) is and heralding more »

July 17, 2013
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testimonial from a client challenged by a critical illness – 7/17/2013

Guruatma, quite simply, carried me through the most traumatic period of my life. Due to ongoing facial reconstruction surgeries secondary to a serious diagnosis I was often overcome with fear, shock and trauma for almost two years. While I had to more »

April 17, 2013
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suspecting she has Relapsing Polychondritis (autoimmune disease), a woman asks me, “what did you do to recover?”

you asked: What do you think was the most beneficial thing that you did to recover?  Was it the medications or other forms of detoxifications?  I have to admit, I struggle with the thought of utilizing powerful medications but I totally hear more »

February 22, 2013
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‘low points’ of chronic & critical illness

what to do when we’re at a really low point along the long, drawn-out path of our healing journey, feeling so disappointed that we lose faith and honestly don’t how we’re going to cope if things don’t improve? the only more »

January 14, 2013
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Guruatma K Khalsa’s Bio

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 »

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 »