Healing with the Divine Touch

She began the healing journey 17 years ago. An accidental meeting with Guru Sadanand prodded the general manager of a corporate firm to take the path of a spiritual healer. Energy analyst (as she calls herself), city-based Harpreet Kaur Kandhari recounts her journey, thus far

Published: 08th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

Spiritual healing helps break away from all the negative feelings and self-made barriers and reinforce inner potential, feels city-based energy analyst Harpreet Kaur Kandhari. “I had achieved name and fame in the corporate world but I did not find fulfillment or a sense of purpose. Once I stepped into the spiritual world, there was no looking back. I am passionate about transforming lives and decoding energies in human auras along with alchemy of places,” says the healer, who runs a spiritual healing centre Energy Matrix in the city.

touch.JPGEven though Harpreet has been in this field for over 17 years, it was only after her Guru Sadanand’s samadhi, that she took over the task of healing – at his behest. “It was he who recognised the spark in me and transformed my life. I found working in the spiritual field to be my true calling. The intricate understanding of divine forces comes naturally to me and with the help of my Guru’s guidance and teachings. I cannot imagine myself doing anything else,” says Harpreet.  She says that spiritual healing where healers heal with the instantaneous power of their touch, can be seen in almost all modalities of energy healing, from a simple laying-on-of-hands to Reiki, life coaching, neuro-linguistic programming, unblocking emotional and physical energies, angel therapy, NLP hypnosis and a variety of alternative energy healing methods like touch therapy, colour therapy and numerology and various forms of meditation.

And why is such healing important? “Our society and upbringing has deeply ingrained in us to live and carry an immense amount of guilt. The guilt of not being a good parent, child, friend, not being successful, not taking the right step of action when needed and many more. This constant haunting in our day-to-day lives curbs us from being the individuals we were meant to be,” Harpreet explains.


Is the burden of guilt why people these are feeling increasingly disconnected? Harpreet explains, “People now-a-days are engaged with their electronic gadgets that don’t have time for the dear ones. How many families can manage to have a meal on the dining table and communicating on one-on-one basis without the presence of any electronic device to interrupt their conversation?, she questions. The healer insists that one should take time out for their loved ones. “It is also important to spend some time in solitude. To reflect on your thoughts and to understand how you feel and react at given situations. Once that is accomplished, you can help others,” she adds.

Approach to healing

Healing can be of several type, she says, depending on the issues faced by clients. “The nature of the issue faced could be emotional or physical. The excess baggage that they are carrying could be holding on to grudges or inability to forgive. I use this as a sign from the Divine, Param Pita Parmatama to heal those in need,” she explains.

Motto in life

Harpreet lives by the words of author and motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar --“You will get all you want in life if you help other people get what they want”. While she feels blessed to have the skills and wisdom to help those in need, the healer is modest enough to admit that anyone can heal. “Provided, that person has been healed emotionally and physically. All you need is blessings and love from the supreme power, which you get when you are compassionate  and love unconditionally,” says Harpreet.

Being a healer, she also values life and says motherhood is the best designation in her life. “Nurturing and raising a child is an experience of its own. I could not ask for more,” she says.

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