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Product Details

  • Paperback: 395 pages
  • Publisher: Purple Haze Press Llc (May 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977320006
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977320004
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 0.8 x 6.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #730,515 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Vaishali is part Stand-up Comic, part Spiritual Teacher, and full time "Soul Stripper." She attended San Francisco State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees from both the Religion and Philosophy Department and the Radio and Television Department. Vaishali has spent her adult life seeking esoteric wisdom and studying diverse spiritual and religious expressions of God consciousness. Since the early 90's she has conducted spiritual workshops and Self Emergence consultation.

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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 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 spiritual practices that will improve your health and your mindset in ways that are practical and complimentary to most lifestyles. She also discusses how the path to vibrant health and emotional wellness begins by creating a right relationship with your mind.

Vaishāli's primary source of information comes from the study and practice of Chinese Medicine(Chi Nei Tsang), Ayurveda and from the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, the great Swedish scientist and mystic who has mastered every known science in his lifetime (1688-1772).Recently, he was voted by Stanford University to be the most brilliant person to have ever lived.
To learn more about Vaishali visit www.purplev.com/mediakit

Education:
San Francisco State University (1994)
B.A. Philosophy and Religious Studies-Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Chi Nei Tsang (Chinese Medicine) Institute, San Francisco (1991)
Practitioner Certification
Ayurveda Institute of New Mexico.
Studied with Dr. V. Lad, who trained Deepak Chopra.

Vaishali in the Media:
Vaishali, is the author of 'The Ultimate Guide to Self-Healing, Personal Growth and Life Management', 'Wisdom Rising' and 'You Are What You Love.'She is an international health & wellness speaker and practitioner, who has appeared on The Dr. Oz Radio Show and Oprah.com. Vaishali is a columnist for The Huffington Post and contributor to Beliefnet and has been published in many magazines worldwide. Vaishali hosts her own radio show, "You Are
What You Love" heard weekly on Friday's and Sundays.

Topics Explored in Vaishali's Books and Workshops Are:

-Effective and Holistic Ways to Be and Stay Healthy including, Chinese Medicine, an Ayurveda diet and lifestyle, an organic diet, and energy medicine.

-The seeds of a greater evolution: exploring how we cannot create a learning experience we do not need.

-Why Ego is the root of all suffering: You may not get what you want, you get what you need to grow the fastest most effective way possible.

-Why one diagnosis and treatment will never work for all and how self-healing is a viable

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The book has some humor and it is easy to understand, which make the reading process pleasant.
Divine Reader
If we constantly think about the good things in our life and give love, honest and trust to the universe, we will receive the same.
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"You Are What You Love" shows us how we can transform our lives with the willingness to embrace what we love.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Larry Dieli on December 21, 2006
Format: Paperback
The things that pop out from the

reading were:

1. You (Vaishali) are the world's biggest fan of Swedenborg;

2. Life is not a test- it is a practice (I particularly love that bite);

3. You are what you put your focus on ("where attention goes, energy flows"- Michael Bechwith);

4. focusing on the hardships and stresses of life only recreates them (the notion of hell);

5 focusing on the abundance of the universe only creates

them (the notion of Heaven);

6. Dreams are a way of getting in touch with the subconscious;

7. Feelings are a more accurate barometer of our truth than the thoughts and beliefs of our mind;

8. We create our own reality with where we put our love, i.e., our attention and emotionally charged foucs.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Bradley on October 8, 2006
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Vaishali writes with humor, candor and simplicity. She states that the information is not new, but the approach is. She lays out the path to a better way vividly by means that most will pick up on immediately. I purchased the CD first. It was brief, but had a strong message, however, I needed more detail to get a fuller understanding. The 400 page book provides that and more. In fact, her clear, lucid presentation was a shock. She consistently used references to many diferent religions to make her points. Her frequent references to the principles of Ayurvedic medicine and beliefs as well as Chinese Medicine were quite informative This is easily one of the best books on spirituality available!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Grant R. Schnarr on January 26, 2007
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Vaishali speaks with a clarity rarely seen in so many spiritual-self help books of today. She sets out a clear path to not only what people have called "enlightenment" but a path toward wakefulness and understanding. The path is simple: Love, or rather, Love in act. This book is written with the growth of the reader as the goal. Refreshing and on target.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sanssouci572 on March 21, 2009
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The premise of the book is that you create what ever you focus on, and that what you focus on is what you love. However, one can focus on anything, it does not mean you love it. So right from the beginning I was not following what she said. I will point out a couple of other points that did not ring true for me, though there were more than a couple. Here is one example:
On page 99 she writes: "Red is the color associated with Christ consciousness." That is the complete opposite of what I have ever heard, read, seen or experienced. Red is usually seen in the root chakra, or at least associated with that area most of the time, and gold in the halo area. Not that there is anything wrong with red. But its the opposite end in the spectrum of color.

She also wrote that Angels used to be people in other incarnations, no exceptions. There are authors who work with angels and they do not make that claim.

Then there is the idea that everything you see outside of yourself is in your own mind first or it would not be reflected back to you. Yet Jesus is pure and was dealing with duality. How could duality it be reflected back to him if he doesn't have it? Perhaps its because we are all One? If that is true, then the first premise is not true. We do see what is not from us.
My reading experience with this book was that I felt like I was trying to get clarity from muddled thoughts, that I was reading a report from a compilation of books she read. It wasn't clear, it was redundant and a tad preachy.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Randy Peyser on July 20, 2006
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If life has got you by the short hairs, you'd better check this book out. It's really wild, and at the same time, reaches a level of depth you are not going to find elsewhere.

Vaishali is a brilliant teacher of consciousness. Her understanding of spirituality far surpasses most individuals. After all, who do you know who can talk about the spirituality of Mini-Me as easily as she can talk about the world's major religions?

I have interviewed tons of best selling authors in the field of spirituality and consciousness, and truthfully, Vaishali stands above most of them. She is also extremely funny, so you are going to enjoy this book a lot.

Randy Peyser, author of "Crappy to Happy," "Miracle Thinking" (upcoming) and contributor to "Healing the Heart of the World."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stuart C. Marmorstein on June 2, 2008
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Vaishali's exquisite You Are What You Love reminds me of a stimulating conversation so juicy it is worth staying up all night to enjoy. The subject matter bridges the metaphysical with the practical and makes the subject matter an exciting adventure for both the mind and the heart. The choice of subtopics reflects the wisdom of the author; and her humility and love shine through on every page. Lighthearted without being lightweight, this is a book I'd recommend to the neophyte as well as the spiritual sophisticated. You Are What You Love is an excellent read: I'll look forward to Vaishali's future works.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Mccrory on July 20, 2006
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You Are What You Love looks into the life of the Mystical Ancient Emanuel Swedenborg's life and his teachings.

The profound messages written and translated gives humanity a deeper meaning to the word life and how we are living it. In a nutshell, ''You Are What You Love'' fast tracks you on the path to discovering your true self.

I am confident that the now known quantity in this books lessons are going to empower people with liberating truths.
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