I love to hear the inspiring powerful presence you have. Keep up the amazing work, women need you!
~ Lisa Nichols
It was a breath of fresh air. I began to realize that the freedom I felt/experienced on the coaching call was something I was created to enjoy and able to have in my life on a daily basis.
~ Chantel C.
Vasavi has a compassionate and caring style of coaching with the perfect level of toughness that allowed me to push myself toward my intended outcomes.
~ Melissa R.
The best way for me to share what I learned about myself during my two month India was beautifully said by the late rapper Notorious B.I.G. in an interview that he did back in 1996:
The key to staying on top of things
Is treat everything like it’s your first project, nomsayin’
Like it’s your first day like back when you was an intern
Like, that’s how you try to treat things like
Just stay hungry
Hungry I was. Hungry I am. Hungry i will forever be. My appetite for life and for LIVING is insatiable and I’m done denying myself.
Maybe you have a project idea and need some inspiration. Writing a book? Painting? Singing? Starting a business? Or, like me, getting to know yourself again?
If you’re a seeker, this is especially for you.
Follow your hunger. It will eventually lead you to fullness. (click to tweet)
Thank you India.
Thank you B.I.G.
What are YOU hungry for? Let me know in the comments below. Can’t wait to hear
P.S. I have been working on something behind the scenes during my time in India. Be sure to sign up below to be the first to know when I share it. Hint: I’ve taken everything that I have learned plus a lot of wisdom from my ancestors to create my latest.
P.S. The interview Biggie did is from “My 1st Song” off of Jay-Z’s Black Album. Best ever. Listen here
I’m here in India and have just received word that the documentary that I was able to be a part of is now available for viewing and sharing.
As you may already know, I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) back in my early twenties. At the time I thought I was completely screwed for life and would have to take medication forever.
What I know now and honestly believe at the very core of my being is that all diseases start in the mind. I am now living medication free and have deepened my application and knowledge of non-Western methods to heal myself. I am grateful to my parents and my family and friends who have always supported me, especially during my darkest hours.
Surprisingly, I found that the food that I eat, both the quality and quantity, has a HUGE effect on my mood.
That is why I am so excited to share this with all of you. During my last month of culinary school at The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts, I had the pleasure of being part of of a short documentary titled, Good food, Good mood. My instructor Chef Rachel was teaching about sushi rolling during our Macrobiotics module and I had the chance to share my thoughts as well about how food affects our mental health.
If there is one thing I am the QUEEN of doing it is getting all fired up over making decisions. Blame it on my Vata dosha but I seriously stress out when having to make a decision. Luckily, I have figured out a way that allows me to be at peace with the choices I make regardless of how stressful it may seem. Click the video to watch and learn how.
If you have any questions, post below. I love talking to you!!
I’m loving my time here in India. I’m happy, tan (yes, I know i’m already brown), and love spending every waking moment with my Self (most of the time).
It’s crazy how much I have been napping and how little I have been eating. For the first time in a long time I feel as if I am finally full. Except this time, I am full from life and being with myself.
That’s me and some coconuts. Can you believe that five coconuts were only $1.66!!!! Check out my Instagram if you want to see more of my photos from my trip to India.