Ashish Antia was a lawyer who took some time off work to recover from inexplicable pains that plagued her. She went on a journey that led her as far away from any law office as possible. She never returned to a proper legal practice and choose to dedicate her life to help others heal themselves from life.
At present she lives in an oasis of zen, peace and green in the middle of one of the world’s busiest, noisiest cities while attempting to find more of life to live and love.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I am a Holistic and Yoga Therapist and I spend my day helping people overcome their physical, emotional and psychological ailments and I write primarily to help people I am unable to work with personally. Like every other mum, when I am not at work I am with my children. But just as I teach others not to neglect themselves at the expense of any and everything else by creating "me time", I too ensure I create "me" time. My "me time" consists of a short spell of yoga, some time in the gym, a game of tennis or a swim and a walk or run. Whatever happens I make sure I take out 45 mins in a day to meditate and recharge and I am always reading and studying to ensure I am aware of any and everything I can possibly be aware off to be the best Holistic and Yoga Therapist. I also attempt to to spend some quality time with my friends and extended family a few times every week as they are the ones who give meaning to my life.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
Most of the books I read relate to spirituality, yoga, energy and healing, and are almost always recommended by my patients, friends or family who know I am constantly looking to improve my skills and knowledge as a therapist. I love to read and I download all the blockbusters and other books that I read reviews about or friends recommend.
The death of a loved one is challenging enough without having to endure the additional trauma of explaining it to a child, but unfortunately a lot of people have no other option.
This book is a tool for parents to explain and to help you and your child cope with your in order to strengthen your bonds and to fortify you as a family for whatever comes next.