Vaishali is the author of “Wisdom Rising” and “You Are What You Love®, her syndicated radio shows on K-EST San Francisco, KTLK Greater Los Angeles, Sundays 11-noon. her nationwide lectures and workshops with heartfelt, deeply insightful knowledge on how to understand the purpose behind human life on Earth.
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Vaishali’s strength as a Spiritual teacher and author is her unique ability to make Universal wisdom relevant to your everyday life. She shares information and interacts with participants, drawing out exactly where this knowledge can be targeted directly into their own lives and relationships.
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As on Oprah & friends XM, Vaishali is the author of Wisdom Rising (Purple Haze Press 2008) and You Are What You Love (Purple Haze Press 2006). She is also national health & wellness speaker, radio host on KTLK (greater Los Angeles & Santa Barbara) and KEST (San Francisco). During her twenties and thirties Vaishali suffered from a vast array of emotional and medical problems, including a terminal diagnosis two times, domestic abuse and financial devastation. Her astonishing and compete recovery of the mind, body and spirit gave her the unique ability to make Universal big picture wisdom relevant to the average person’s everyday life. “If you possesses knowledge, but have no idea how to apply or implement that wisdom into your life, than knowledge is meaningless. If knowledge does not improve your life, then it is useless.” Shares Vaishali.
Vaishali graduated Magna Cum Laude From The University of San Francisco, Philosophy and Religion Department. She a certified practitioner of Chinese Medicine and East Indian Ayurveda medicine. Vaisahli is a faculty member of The Omega institute and The Kripalu Center. Her articles have been published in over a hundred publications worldwide. Visit www.purplev.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In Wisdom Rising, readers will learn the answers to the all-important questions they never even thought to ask. Why does the stock market wait until you make an investment before going into a free fall? Is there a difference between a prayer that someone makes at a gambling table to roll a Lucky 7 and a prayer made at the bedside of a dying loved one? For the more serious-minded, Wisdom Rising will also show readers how to: make your mind your best friend by stopping your attention from bouncing around like a shot on a pinball machine; develop your ability to understand your value, power and worth without having to brush your teeth or dress up first; determine how spiritually healthy you are; and be in right relationship with your life purpose. From . From Emanuel Swedneborg to Edgar Cayce to the gospel according to the Talking Heads to a duel to the death with wallpaper, Wisdom Rising is chock full of enough mystical insights and humor to raise laugh-out-loud spiritual wisdom to a whole new dimension.
"You Are What You Love"
You Are What You Love makes Eastern mysticism friendly to the Western mind. Author Vaishali, an intellectual, yet highly irreverent mystic, magically mixes concepts and story-telling from such traditional sources as Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Sufism, with the ancient mystic, Emmanuel Swedenborg, as well as with unconventional sources, from Groucho Marx, to Cheech and Chong, Jimi Hendrix, James Dean, and Homer Simpson. Is your mind your best friend or your worst enemy? You Are What You Love empowers readers to befriend their minds and resolve their issues, instead of defending and justifying the limitation in their lives. How is it that we come to love what is self- destructive and disabling? Demonstrating how to transform limiting beliefs, You Are What You Love delivers the secret to finding happiness and one's purpose - especially for those who have hit a pothole on the road to enlightenment. One of the most powerful points of the book is that "we do not have love, we are love. We don't earn it; we don't have to justify it; we don't have to wait until others decide we are good enough; we claim it because we are it." Dannion Brinkley, the best selling author of Saved By The Light, calls You Are What You Love, "brilliant," stating that Vaishali has the most original slant on spirituality he has ever read.