Dr. Robert Kandarjian
Before the holidays I had the honor of meeting intuitive energy healer, chiropractor, and author, Dr. Robert Kandarjian, at a health fair. He gave me an autographed copy of his book, “The Masculine Heart,” a sensitive, poetic book about the true masculine personality and emotions.
In writing “The Masculine Heart,” Kandarjian’s inspiration drew from his frustration in seeing his male patients struggle with trying to find out what manhood is and what success is. Kandarjian explained that in regard to macho-ism, not all men are made of that cloth. Even from his own personal experiences, he shared, “I wanted to live in a culture that is more cooperative than competitive.”
“Sacred Intentions,” another book by Kandarjian, is about using intention as a “wish list” and then manifesting it.
He said, “It’s key that our intention is aligned with our soul’s purpose, not with our unhealthy desires. If your soul feels you need to go somewhere else, you have to honor that. A lot of people don’t know what their soul wants. Most people are lost in their personality desires. That’s why they are unhappy. It’s really important to go in and connect what it is that the soul wants.”
Inspired by his father’s death, and death in general, Kandarjian wrote “Life and Afterlife” to address the question, What happens to us when we go to the afterlife with unfinished emotional baggage?
He said, “What happens once we’re up there and we want to come back to earth? Souls have to learn and grow. A lot of us want to come right back and reconnect to our family tribe. We miss them, we love them. What happens when we go to the afterlife when we go with feelings of unhappiness and unfulfilled desires? I wanted to focus the book on that. I wanted the reader to understand that there are angelic beings and divine forces that are there to help us. We need to take advantage of the help offered to us. It’s always about evolution. It’s about going back to the source, the God, the oneness. ‘Proof of Heaven’ is a great book by Dr. Eben Alexander, who discusses that so well. It explains it in a wonderful way I haven’t seen before.”
Continuing about the afterlife, Kandarjian said, “There is free will. We don’t have to come back. Interestingly, most people wish to return.”
When asked if he’d like to return, he said, “Probably not. The way it stands now, I would like to stay in the afterlife longer than I have in previous times. I want to come back to help others move to a higher place. To me, it’s the goal of our human experiences.”
In his holistic journey, Kandarjian started out as a chiropractor in 1983. Prior to that he studied nutrition. By 1995 he felt he needed to bring more spirituality into his career. “I kind of evolved into it,” he said. “It just felt right. I wanted to work with more than the body; I wanted to bring in their soul healing.”
Working as an energy healer, Kandarjian uses his psychic ability to recognize where a patient is holding a block — or “tension” — or their historical stress. “It could be from childhood,” he said. “It could be a trauma. It could be physical, a digestive disorder. Is it coming from poor diet? Or is it totally emotional? A break up, a divorce, loss of a job? As long as they work through it, they feel better. They feel stronger. They feel clarity about what they need to do for themselves. They become clear about their direction.”
As a person who lives a healthy, spiritual lifestyle, I was curious to know if people achieve faster benefits from energy healing if they are positive and in good health.
Kandarjian said, “Motivation is an enormous help to recovery. When they’re motivated that means they’re open to hearing what I have to say. An openness is really crucial. When they come in close-minded, there is only so much I could do. I can’t access them as well. I can’t read their energy and where the blocks are. I can do it to some degree, but it’s a lot of work; it’s very hard, I don’t enjoy it.”
When I asked Kandarjian to share a patient’s success story, he hesitated saying, “I’m definitely not one who brags.” And after some thought, shared a story about a woman who suffered with migraines from the age of 13 to 47.
He said, “She has been to, without exaggeration, over sixty neurologists in her life. With bills in the hundreds of thousands, medications, MRI scans, she came to see me last year. When I assessed her, I felt there was a severe fixation in the upper part of the neck area. I asked her if she ever worked with a chiropractor.”
“She said, ‘No.’ It [her upper neck area] felt so tight, so blocked.”
In addition to migraines, which the patient had EVERY DAY, something was off with her hormones, and her digestive tract was off because of strong antibiotic use, from the age of 7 or 8 because of ear infections.
“This was one of my toughest cases,” said Kandarjian. “The medical community failed to help her.”
The final piece to the puzzle was that the woman had a block in the heart area. She needed to cry about something. She had suffered from the age of 12 and never really lived a fulfilling or playful life. She needed to go to that and cry for a life that had been so serious and painful, rather than playful.
Kandarjian corrected the spine and upper neck area, put her on probiotics to correct hormones, and then let her cry, within three weeks she was 60 percent better. From their last conversation she was 75 percent better. “My intuition told me something was off,” he said. “I needed to open her heart more and she needed to cry. I’m just removing blockage so she feels more free with her emotion.”
He said, “I was so happy to see this woman come back to life, where she could engage in her marriage and engage in her work. She is living her life again.”
Other success stories are with children. Kandarjian said, “I love working with children, must correct their diet. Whether they have ADHD or depression, we get them off bad carbs and processed sugars and make sure there is harmony in the house and school. Children’s energy is not going to improve when they’re not in a harmonious and loving, playful environment.”
Working with people is inspiring to Kandarjian. He said, “When I look at people, I do my best to see and recognize and feel their divine nature. Having said that, “I also recognize when they are not in their divine nature, meaning that they are hurting, that they are blocked. What inspires me is that I know a way they can move closer to their potential.”
Dr. Robert Kandarjian has offices in Oradell and Morristown, New Jersey. For more information and free E-book downloads, visit: http://drrobertheals.com/