Shaping of Kirppanidh
Author – Kirppanidh
Published By – Saptrishi Publications
Subject – Regional
Kirppanidh is a certified holistic, neuro-linguistic practitioner (NLP) and a kundalini yoga teacher. But people who have been able to re-anchor themselves with her help, consider her a mother, a friend, a confidant, and a soul whisperer. A self-practitioner of meditation for forty-five years she has healed herself through Simran and Gurbani as well.
She believes that every human being is innately blessed with unlimited capabilities. The brain blur created by external noise, clouds the mind, and inhibits people from achieving their full potential. This causes anxiety, unhappiness, depression, dilemmas, fear, phobias, insecurities, and distorted cognitions which further breed physical diseases as well. Kirppanidh educates people on how to find freedom from their mental blocks and physical diseases. Empowering people by helping them connect with their own guiding light is her goal, and she lives it every day. She guides those who entrust in her, by sharing what she has learnt through personal experiences. Her extensive experience renders her a deep understanding about the nature of mind, and she uses the same to counsel people. Her mental health workshops/counselling sessions emphasise on how the subconscious mind can be rewired, resulting in a significant increase in mental resilience. An active advocate of optimism, she has made it her life’s mission to help people become the best version of themselves.
Kirppanidh’s spiritual journey started with her pious gursikh father- a humble, passionate man, with undying buoyancy and ingrained chardi kala – Sardar Balwant Singh Ji. After his enlightenment at nineteen, he started connecting people with Gurbani and Simran, to help them overcome life’s challenges with chardi kala. Sardar Balwant Singh Ji consistently affirmed his belief in the magnanimity of Guru and challenged that be it any need – physical, emotional, financial, or spiritual, it could only be fulfilled by Guru and Guru alone. Among the first to initiate meditation, mind training, Bani bodh (Bani knowledge) and Bani jugat (how Bani works) workshops, he encouraged people to seek everything from the Divine. He was destined to enable people to heal themselves, and he lived it for seventy years.
Kirppanidh proudly says that she owes everything to Waheguru and her father. She best described it by saying, “Who I was, who I am, and who I will be, from the day I was born till the day I am gone, is all because of the Almighty’s blessings and my father’s guidance. Devoid of them, I would be a bird without wings.”
Believing that she was born to serve, Kirppanidh considers her every endeavour as an extension of Sardar Balwant Singh’s Ji’s guidance. In complete submission, she bows to the Guru, for gifting her a father who connected her to the Divine. Giving her father the highest regard, she says
“He is the best father and spiritual guide anyone could ask for.”
By launching a website, publishing books, and organising mental health awareness workshops, Kirppanidh wants to honour her father’s wish of connecting people to the divine light that dwells within them. She regularly conducts free of cost workshops on meditation, mind training, Gurbani healing in Gurudwaras and other healing centres of alternative healing.