I had nothing to hold on to, The sense of loss of identity was so intense and profound, that I had no option but to redefine “WHO AM I”.
But I couldn’t do it within the confines of my broken family, so I moved across the world to Australia – where I knew no one. Although I felt lost within myself; one thing I did know was that I wanted to one day help others – so I began a degree in Psychology.
And so my journey to self-discovery began.
Since then I have slowly started to say hello parts of me which were hidden, I started exploring different states of consciousness by practicing several modalities of meditation, plant medicines, exploring religious philosophies, shamanic practices, honing my best self, being a mother, wife, Indian classical dancer, it all crescendoed and led me to a point of self realisation, I experienced a state where I was one with universe, I tapped into something which was beyond veils of materialistic world. The pure oneness with it all.
After that experience I intuitively went back to my Indian roots. I started exploring, learning and sharing vedic wisdom, to understand and deepen my relationship with true self beyond body, mind, time and space.
But living in Australia, I couldn’t deny the power of western ideology and its effectiveness, leading me to merge eastern philosophy with western lifestyle. Resulting in this most beautiful dance between east and west, masculine and feminine, order and chaos.