The Art of Self-Healing with Kuldip Singh Khalsa

by Judy Griffin on April 7, 2013

Kuldip's passion is helping people find their center and begin their journey to certainty.

Kuldip’s passion is helping people find their center and begin their journey to certainty.

I am thrilled to have Kuldip Singh Khalsa as my Guest Healer on the blog this week and also as my Guest Healer on the Savvy Souls Wellness Circle Teleclass this Thursday 4/11.

I am so grateful for meeting Kuldip in 2004. His care and guidance made a profound impact on my journey to a healthier me.  When I met him I was filled with anger and sadness about the tragic loss of my brother. Over a course of sessions, he helped me to release those feelings and find acceptance, ease, healing, and strength.

This experience helped me carve out a path to vibrant living and I am honored to share Kuldip ‘s gifts with you.

 

The Art of Self Healing-by Kuldip

On the road to Self Healing we often ask ourselves where to begin? The first step to understand is that you already are moving toward healing.
Tools and technology
It is important to have tools and technology at hand. When faced with difficulty or even to keep up there needs to be a tool that we can use to help us see and feel a solution.

Tools: Relaxation, Meditation, Exercise, Walking etc…
Technology: Kundalini Yoga, Martial Arts, Qi Gung, Bodywork etc…
Awakening the inner warrior
As we become more familiar with our path we recognize what works for ourselves and what does not. Becoming the warrior is a necessary step to releasing the need to not feel happiness and health. Take out the spiritual sword and cut!
The neutral mind and healing
As we begin to deepen our practice of meditation and awareness we establish a direct relationship with our meditative (neutral) mind. It is from this place where we learn to let go of non healthy relationships with our self and others without any unsettled feeling. Just allowing wellness.
The artful practice of self healing
Healing is a process, a returning to center. At this point we understand there is no place to get to, no where we need to be except here :). This is a practice, a gentle reminder we continually tell ourselves and feel ourselves in.

Kuldip Singh Khalsa, LMT NMT
For nearly fifteen years Kuldip Singh has been teaching Kundalini Yoga, Healing, and Self Defense throughout the United States and Europe. After studying for years under the Masters of Yoga, Healing and Martial Arts he has found himself sharing what he knows with people from all walks of life. His main passion is helping people find their center and begin their journey to certainty. Kuldip Singh is a master teacher and practitioner of TAIYO Therapuetic Bodywork a profound psycho-somatic form of neuromuscular therapy specializing in releasing trauma from the body/mind.

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“TAIYO Bodywork opens up space in our bodies allowing for the natural healing process to begin. During a session the space created may bring about a sense of well being and awareness of self.”

I am so grateful for the weekly Kundalini Classes Kuldip leads at my friend Nancy’s home. It truly nourishes our body,mind, and soul and I love how he always sprinkles in some meaningful  words of wisdom.

“The most attractive thing about a women is her essence of gentle grace ” Kuldip

If you would like to learn more from Kuldip about the Art of Self-healing sign up for the call here.

 

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Martha Brettschneider April 12, 2013 at 1:33 pm

Very interesting post, Kuldip and Judy! Although I have never done Kundalini Yoga per se, I can attest to the absolute healing power of body movement. My wellness program includes meditation, a lot of cardio work and strength training, and a body fusion class that incorporates yoga, Tai Chi, and Pilates. The focus I achieve in all of these activities chases out the negative energy, dissolves any useless egoic mind-made thoughts that may be cluttering my head, and leaves me with a deep sense of inner peace. Thanks for sharing your wisdon! Martha

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Judy Griffin April 12, 2013 at 2:08 pm

Thank you for sharing Martha. I love the way you describe the effective results of your wellness regimen. Sounds like an interesting combo of activities. So important for us to find ways to take out the garbage and feel calm. I appreciate your thoughts and taking time to visit.

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Elizabeth Scala April 13, 2013 at 9:24 am

What a wonderful guest, Judy! Thank you for such a peaceful post. I haven’t tried the Kundalini Yoga… but hope to one day. I love his last words… that this is a practice, a way to bring us back to our center. It is a good reminder that perfection is unnecessary and peace is a journey into the here and now. Have a healthy day!
Elizabeth

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Judy Griffin April 14, 2013 at 7:51 am

As always I so appreciate your valuable insight Elizabeth. With your background I think you would especially enjoy Kundalini Yoga. I love your thought about peace being a journey into the here & now. Thanks for sharing.

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Tara DuBois April 15, 2013 at 8:53 am

Refreshing post. I especially appreciate, “As we become more familiar with our path we recognize what works for ourselves and what does not.” I am coming around this thinking more and more as time progresses and learning to embrace what does work and move forward with that. I have learned more about meditation in the last few months and breathing and amazed at how much it has helped me to be in the present instead of wrapped up in anxiousness. Thank you for sharing and so happy for you to find someone who inspires you as much as Kuldip Singh Khalsa.

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Judy Griffin April 17, 2013 at 8:56 am

Thank you for sharing your lovely and meaningful thoughts Tara. So wonderful to hear that you have been embracing what really suits you and how helpful mindful breathing & meditation has been in enjoying the present moment. I really appreciate your encouraging and thoughtful feedback.

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Lisa Manyon April 20, 2013 at 7:41 am

I LOVE that the “technology” for healing isn’t really “technology” but practices to fine tune the mechanics of our body. Such an important element of being fully present, healthy and alive.

Write on!~

Lisa Manyon

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Judy Griffin April 20, 2013 at 10:52 am

Yes, I liked Kuldip’s definition of healing as well Lisa. I appreciate your insight. Thank you

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