Discovering You Are Your Guru ~ From Anorexia To Thriving Business Owner

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Indra Singh, creator of the international flower elixir brand ‘Silent Moon Imaginarium’ shares her story of how she discovered ‘you are your guru.’

As a young woman, Indra found herself in the hospital with a life-threating diagnosis of anorexia. Indra recovered from anorexia and the health issues that come with dramatic weight loss to become a true thriver. After discovering yoga and the “power of flower and vibrational energies,” she is on a mission to help others.

With her insights and delightful humor, she shares with us:
• What to do when you stumble over your shadow side
• How to give your shadow permission to express itself in a healthy way
• How bumping into your ego on occasion is a good thing
• Ways to uncover your flow and to allow it to happen (with a plan)
Plus, so much more….

More about Indra Singh: Indra is on a mission to spread awareness of ‘The Power of the Flower’ and vibrational elixirs to the masses. In addition to Silent Moon Imaginarium, Indra has dedicated herself to helping others understand their inner shadow(s) and connect with their wild, authentic self.

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<strong. INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS </strong>

This episode is about spreading awareness about the power of the flower and they begin talking about inner shadows which we all carry. Indra says that the shadow side is something that we usually don’t acknowledge. Her work is about allowing people to acknowledge and express it in a healthy way.

She shares how her brand, the Silent Moon Imaginarium where she creates flower essences started

0:11:55.4 At this point, she talks about her personal journey from a teenager suffering from anorexia to a great place where she is now.

0:20:48.5 They talk about intuition and how to learn to trust your intuition. Indra says it’s important to know who you are in trusting your intuition.

0:24:36.6 They talk about the importance of a meditation practice, a gratitude practice, and journaling to get into that space of clarity.

0:41:15.5 Some final thoughts from Indra include finding the excitement in the journey and not to constantly be looking at the destination and how the moon energy can affect ─ shift and change ─ our bodies and emotions as well.

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