‘Mind yoga can work wonders’

P. Sujatha Varma
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Suhani Shah
Suhani Shah

She has the gift of the gab. Strike a conversation with her and you find her running through it faster than you can keep up. Toss a query and she goes rat-a-tat-tat. Suhani Shah, a clinical hypnotherapist and corporate trainer, is in the city again for the second time to impart tips on how to explore life with whole new possibilities.

“You are the owner of your mind; now become the master of your mind,” she says. Using the trait of speaking quickly as a potential ‘magic bullet’ of persuasion, she goes on for hours without interruption. This talent apparently comes handy to Ms. Shah to find audience at her exclusive sessions on ‘Karmalogy --- A study of Karma’ or “Conquer Yourself” and other programmes where she doles out tips on how to sharpen one’s memory. “Your memory is your private literature. Improve it. Use it. Enhance it,” she insists. Her four-day programme in the city at Swarna Vedika near Manorama Hotel comprises mind yoga and seminars.

This will be followed by a two-day workshop on March 2 and 3 at the same venue.

All sessions of mind yoga from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and any one of the seminar sessions from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. have free entry but registration is required to attend the two-day workshop from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. “The inaugural session will discuss how human beings are born perfect but later invite complications in life. Emotions and emotion control techniques will dominate the second day’s session and on the third day, Ms. Shah will throw light on new aspects of human body.

Speaking about her journey from city to city, she says, “We try and understand the mindset of the local people. The mind yoga we teach is a very personalised thing.”

“Co-relating the law of karma and the law of attraction to make life work is what I do. I believe in self-control and practice it in daily life by staying away from gadgets at least three day a week, stay mute one day every month and try to give up things that I am really fond of,” she says.

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