Episode #124, “You Are What You Love”

Vaishali delivers timeless wisdom with practical tips, tools and techniques for creating a better life. Callers request Vaishali’s assistance in improving the management of their personal lives – everything from dealing with the challenging relationships and career crises, to fears about how to move forward while maintaining confidence in themselves and their abilities. Vaishali offers her callers straightforward advice with not only compassion and sensitivity but also her trademark brand of light-hearted humor.  Vaishali also travels and teaches throughout the US and Ireland, please visit her website for the last information on where classes are near you.

About Vaishali

The path to vibrant health and wellness begins by creating a right relationship with your mind and your body. Vaishãli, who has healed herself from terminal illness twice without western medicine, prescription drugs or surgeries, shares natural health tips and practices that will improve your health and your mindset in ways that are practical, easy to implement and are relevant to anyone with a human body.

Vaishãli is a faculty member at The Omega Institute, The Kripalu Center for Health & Yoga and The Learning Annex. She has appeared on national radio and network television programs including ABC, CBS, NBC and on the Dr. Oz Radio Show.

Vaishãli is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and has been quoted on Oprah.com. Her articles have been published in hundreds magazines worldwide. In 2009 Vaishãli was voted by THE Magazineas one of the top 50 Inspirational Woman in the Los Angeles Area.

Vaishãli graduated Magna Cum Laude from San Francisco State University, with degrees in Philosophy and Religion as well as the Radio and Television Department.

Vaishãli is also the Host of You Are What You Love® on WomensRadio. You Are What You Love® offers Vaishãli’s personal brand of life management guidance, practical spiritual wisdom and alternative healing tips with great humor, compassion and perspective expanding power.

Comments

  1. Hi Vaishali,
    Thanks for your wonderful work with women and our “spiritual growth”. I, too, write for the Huffington Post, mostly about issues stemming from my book, “A Change of Habit; A Spiritual Journey From Sister Mary Kateri to Sister Mary Vodka. My book recounts my spiritual journey that started when a religious eddy hurled me into a catholic convent in the 1960s. It’s the story of a “guilt sponge” who couldn’t say “no”, especially to God. In the book I give “7 Secrets for Guilt- Free Living” that I learned in moving from tradition religion to listening to the God within. I would love to talk with you about helping fellow “guilt sponges” move to a more guilt free life. Thanks for your consideration.