Guruatma K Khalsa

healing from the inside out

June 7, 2014
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Audience

Guruatma K Khalsa connects deeply with those directly and indirectly impacted by chronic & critical illness. Her presentations leave the audience and participants inspired and uplifted no matter the stage of their disease. She continues her research by taking care more »

May 13, 2014
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Programs

Guruatma specializes in presentations and programs that speak to the issues of chronic & critical illness –embracing change, managing stress, and creating a balanced life in the face of choppy waters. Bringing to the platform her humor and tenacious spirit, 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 15, 2014
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I now have 1 Cochlear Implant – am I going to get another one for the other ear? Report #1 on 2-15-14

Many people are asking me if I’m going to get another implant for my other profoundly-deaf ear. Here’s my answer just for today because this is a whopping process and a mind-blowing journey – God only knows what’s next in more »

February 9, 2014
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Ana Calvo on her very own No Barriers TV Program – Interview with Guruatma about Chair Yoga

  When Ana Calvo locks your eyes in her glance while you’re waiting for the director’s signal to ‘shoot’, you know you’re in good hands – this is one special lady who commands her domain with mastery and grace! It more »

February 6, 2014
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Make a Complete List of Your Questions & Concerns for your Chronic/Critical Illness Doctor’s Appointments

Our doctor appointment are SO IMPORTANT, and they’re FAST! So, in order to be fully prepared to take total advantage of the opportunity to meet with my doctor and get all my issues addressed, all my questions answered, I take more »

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 26, 2014
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How killer-hard I worked to belong to the hearing world

i’ve been allowing myself to ‘fess up’ and admit just how killer-HARD i work to belong to the hearing world   here are the things on my list:   the phone is torture, even with CaptionCall software program on my 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 »

January 23, 2014
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Cochlear Implant in relation to Relapsing Polychondritis & how my RPC support group ROCKS!

I just posted this today (1-23-13), 15 days post-Coclear Implant surgery in my right ear, to my FB Relapsing Polychondritis Awareness Support Group/family: There were so many RPC considerations in the space of my Cochlear Implant surgery experience : #1 more »