Kartik Naidu is a well-known celebrity transpersonal therapist and healer who specialises in merging ancient yogic practises with cutting-edge scientific research. He has worked with several famous Bollywood superstars and Indian and Dubai business families.
Early life: Kartik Naidu
As a youngster, Kartik received spiritual instruction from a NASA scientist who had previously served as a spiritual initiate himself as a youngster. A tremendous awakening occurred when he met his second Guru, a Himalayan Yogi, for many years. It is said that this teacher was descended from the great sages Matsyendra Nath and the discipline Gorakhnath. Kartik was exposed to Advait Sadhna meditation by a yogi from the Himalayas. This is where he discovered the darkest recesses and the most expansive characteristics of the human consciousness. Naidu says that humans have a vital tool, which may lead them to believe things that are not real.
His way towards Spiritualism
Kartik’s lectures and past life regression treatment have assisted in the healing of tens of thousands of individuals, and he considers this to be his only responsibility in this life. He leads humanitarian programmes for female inmates at Tihar Jail and has helped many rape victims in the past. In Naidu’s opinion, healing and self-growth are not reserved for the wealthy; instead, they are an intrinsic human right to which all people are entitled, regardless of gender, social class, or economic condition. He says, “It saddens me enormously when I see people in pain and feeling helpless, if only they understood the power of being human. It gives me great pleasure to assist people in healing themselves, becoming closer to their more authentic selves, and being whole and complete.”
He may be able to cure and reverse a range of significant psychosomatic problems, such as anxiety and OCD, that have been unable to be addressed by modern psychiatry. According to Naidu, it is possible for people to be treated and live happy lives if their energy disturbances are balanced and their psychic imprints that create dissonance are removed. Aside from treating sickness, Kartik’s expertise also includes the repair of broken relationships, eliminating financial and professional obstacles, and the treatment of clinical disorders.
When he was 13, a retired NASA scientist saw his potential and sent him to the ashram, where his parents were already members. Kartik met his second teacher not long after: an old Indian lineage descendant of Swami Matsyendranath and Swami Gorakhnath, a self-realised Himalayan yogi. Matsyendranath revived Hatha yoga in the early tenth century, and he was a pioneer in the field, penning some of the first works on the discipline.
Modern-day concerns may be addressed with old knowledge and practicality by Kartik. A buddy who can be a life coach, a counsellor and an emotional health advisor in the present turbulent times is needed by every one of us. Our personal and professional life pathways are directly linked to our emotional health – Manju Ramanan is the Middle East Editor of Filmfare.
We all wish Kartik Naidu the best of luck in his future endeavours as a Transpersonal Therapist at the time of this writing.