About Arrshie

Arrshie has been on the spiritual path for over 20 Years. For her life is a journey and not a destination. She believes that "One can never stop learning and growing, and for that, trying new practices are necessary, till you find answers satisfying your quest." The answer to "Why are we are on this Planet", to "knowing where we are headed". Her spiritual journey led her to Reiki, Art of Living (completed all levels, except teacher’s course); Osho to a certain extent, she practiced Buddhism for 13 years, being a district leader for over 8 years. Although born a Sikh, she could never relate to religions, as for her being Spiritual was extremely important than being religious. Currently she is dedicated to finishing her 2 year advance course with Brahma Vidya Sadhak.
A post-graduate in Business Administration from Symbiosis, Pune, an Interior Design Degree from National School of Design, Arrshie surprises you with her multiple talents and swears by the adage 'Change is the only Constant'. With a versatile mix of experiences in her professional career, from a flight attendant for 6 years (facilitating world exposure), to working at senior positions in the Advertising industry for 6 years, to having her own Interior Design Studio for 13 plus years.
With her efficient team she can divide her time between readings and her work.
Arrshie is also an Animal Activist. Almost a Vegan, except for curds and Indian sweets, she doesn’t wear leather, nor promotes it in her line of work. Promotes and uses as much non animal test products. She does her best in incorporating environmentally friendly products in her line for work (eco-friendly paints, wood, etc)
Her day begins with an hour of Run, followed with an hour of meditation and breathing exercises, feeding strays and taking care of them.
She loves movies, music, music concerts, Social Salsa and she has her occasional glass of wine with friends, for she believes in living her divinity through her human experience and not follow some outdated "Preconceived" notion on what "She Ought" to be.
Maybe, it’s called 'New Age Spiritualism'.