About Me

I was born up in Delhi and has been living in the city since then; I have completed my graduation from the Delhi University. I come from a respectable and close-knit family. As an individual, my endearing nature and cheerful personality makes me popular among friends. I am an avid reader – I am fond of reading anything to do with spiritualism, psychology, the psychic realm, reincarnations and autobiographies. My favorite authors include Brain Weiss, Paulo Coelho, Brian Tracy, Gary Chapman, Louise Hay and Doreen Virtue, among many others. I feel my connect with books not only enhances my knowledge but also inspires me. Recently, I have put a pen to my thoughts and wrote Love beyond Veils, available on amazon.com I am also fond of music and plays the guitar too. I  have keenness in mysticism and the occult – I am a certified Pranic and Reiki healer, Angel therapist, Tarot Card reader and an astrologer. I share a deep love for animals and this is reflected in the fact that I took up the healing courses ostensibly to alleviate the suffering of stray animals. I practice meditation too. Professionally, I began my career with an international airline; then switched to work for diplomatic missions. I sat for the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam in 2009 to test and enhance my  knowledge in the language.
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24 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I got redirected here from your post in the community pool, your blog looks really interesting and its really nice to know you have done so many things. I liked your post. Looking forward to see more from you. 🙂

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    1. Thank you for your compliment Gaurab.. Certainly, if I have readers around I would definitely write for them.. I had published my first book of poems in 2012 if you wish you can buy that too from Flipkart or Amazon 🙂 Kind Regards Shetall

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  2. Hey Shetall, How have you been? I know its been a while, I was a way on hiatus due to exams along with some emotional stuff. I see you have changes the layout of the blog, Love it, So bright just like you ! 🙂

    Much Love, Zee 🙂

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      1. On a mala or set of mantra counting beads, there are generally 108 beads, or some fraction of that number. The question arises” “Why are there 108 beads on a mala?”

        The mala represents the ecliptic, the path of the sun and moon across the sky. Yogis divide the ecliptic into 27 equal sections called Nakshatras, and each of these into four equal sectors called Padas, or “Steps”, marking the 108 steps that the sun and moon take through heaven. Each is associated with a particular blessing force, with which you align yourself as you turn the beads.

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    1. I have written them so that is the reason the books are on my name. and I never had to struggle for words they just pop into my head . As far as The Golden Hour which is my latest release is concerned I have mentioned the reason of why I chose short stories and how I wrote it in prologue of my book 🙂 what else do you want to know dear ?

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