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temple-smDev Sarang Khalsa is a Biodynamic CranioSacral therapist and master kinesiologist.

He is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners Of Canada and the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America.

Dev is a licenced holistic health practitioner at Spectrum Healing Naturopathic in the city of Toronto, Canada. He can be reached at 416-534-0002.


Hi there friend!

I have a passion for following the path of the heart.

As we grow up we all go through a process of being “socialized”. By our parents, by society and by the school system.

My dictionary defines “socialize” as “behaving in a way that is acceptable to society” and this is precisely what happens.

Through this process we learn:

  1. to operate mainly through our logical left brain
  2. to obey orders
  3. to conform to some standard of behaviour

In short we are “dumbed down”. See my article Dumbed Down By The Education System? Awaken Your Genius Now!

We have forfeited something of our birthright, something that is a very basic part of our humanity. It can be described as an ability to feel, to perceive and to be an individual.

It is a very big loss.

In my life I have been able to tap into an ever deepening ability to perceive through my sense of touch. It is something that we are all capable of, but most of us have cut ourselves off from this kind of natural intelligence.

Unfortunately many of us have graduated into being hard nosed and logic dominated skeptics, incapable of exercising the natural talent to feel.

I was able to develop this ability through years of meditation, experimentation and practice. It also required a willingness to follow my gut instinct wherever it happened to lead me.

You too can learn to have an enhanced sense of touch. After all, it is your birthright.

 I have created this website along with my main site at devkhalsa.com in order to share and teach some of the ways I have been able to use this “enhanced” sense of touch.

 

I appreciate your comments and feedback.

The famous American educator, John Taylor Gatto, once wrote:

“I’ve come to believe that genius is an exceedingly common human quality, probably natural to most of us.”

It is so true. Inside each and every one of us lies, usually hidden, an astounding magnificence, the likes of which the planet has never seen before.

Each one of us has some talent that no one else can, or ever will, duplicate and if we even know about it, we often think nothing of it.

Problem is, most people end up covering that breathtaking brilliance by trying to conform. This life strategy NEVER works and we end up struggling and ultimately failing at everything that is important in life. It is an all too common tragedy.

Come, you genius, and let us explore the perfection of our humanity!

– Dev Khalsa

Dev with his wife Eileen

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