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You Are Your Desires How an Ancient Indian Wisdom Template Will Help You Tap Into Your Desires and Shape Your Highest Destiny

Author Name: Anita Vallabh Ph.D | Format: Paperback | Genre : BODY, MIND & SPIRIT | Other Details

What do you truly desire in life? 

This book invites you to seek the answer to this self-inquiry by exploring an ancient wisdom template from the Brihadāranyaka upanishad which declares, “You are Your Desires,” and transform its four components−Desire, Will, Action and Destiny, into an effective daily practice. It underscores this message with insightful real-life stories to help you steward life along the path of your unique desires. 

The author offers a foundational understanding of the power of desires, unveiling important road markers and a practical model towards our Relational, Intellectual, Spiritual and Emotional well-being so that we may RISE to our highest destiny.

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Anita Vallabh Ph.D

Anita Vallabh Ph.D., is an Affiliate faculty at the University of Hawaii, Theatre and Dance department and visiting research professor of dance at the Dr. M.G.R -Janaki College of Arts and Science for Women, Chennai. She is a widely travelled Bharatanātyam dancer trained under the Bharata Kalanjali tradition of the Dhananjayans, with thirty five years of performing and teaching experience. She is also a certified RYT 500 Yoga teacher from the Himalayan Institute (Pennsylvania) and trained in Krishnamacharya Yoga tradition. She has spent the last two decades studying scriptures, observing their relevance in every aspect of daily living and transforming her profound experiences to a larger creative canvas of dance and writing.

Anita has published two books, Message in movements, essence of Bharatanatyam (2008) and Abhinaya Darpanam, an illustrated translation (2012). She was conferred the title of ‘Kala Bharati’ from the National Hindi Academy (1992-92), ‘Bharatanatya Pracharamani (2002) from the Tamil Association in Myanmar and she received ‘Certificate of Honor’ from Council of City and County of Honolulu (2011). 

Anita lives with her family in Boston, Massachusetts. 



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