Hi, I'm Aishwarya
I help people overcome emotional baggage, build a positive sense of self and make space for healthy, loving relationships in their lives.
If you’re trying to make peace with your past, get rid of unknown fears, stop insisting on perfection, be more emotionally balanced and understand your needs - or ditch self sabotaging habits like putting yourself down, hurting yourself by repeating the same mistakes over and over again, getting attracted to emotionally unhealthy people or situations that aren’t right for you – you’ve come to the right place.
You won't get sugar coated words and surface level information here. You will not always find easy answers. But I promise to help you make a change to improve your life and relationships.
The very fact that you’re here and reading this means that you are one step closer to making that change - to accept yourself completely and develop a positive mindset so that you can steer your life in the direction that’s right for you.
What does 'Big Break Theory' mean?
In conventional terms, a big break is often defined as a chance, an opportunity, or turn of events of great consequence, especially those that relate to professional success. If you think about it, it represents much more than that..
It's about overhauling and improving all aspects of life. It's something that changes your life and as an extension, your relationships in a positive way, something that will create more opportunities in the future. It's about giving yourself a chance at happiness and more importantly, inner peace.
You have been the sole witness to all of the things that you have experienced so far, so you have the power to change, simplify your life and make a positive difference to it going forward, using a system of ideas based on your values and inherent nature.
In other words, you give yourself the big break in life.
Who Am I? Why I Do What I Do?
I'm a writer, empowerer and emotional baggage buster.
I believe that there is no problem that is unsolvable. And if it is, then it's a truth to be accepted. Either way, what we feel about a situation has a direct bearing on our reality. Sometimes, it's not easy
We all face challenges in our lives in one way or another.
Being an introverted and precocious child meant that I would often
Fun Facts About Me:
- Home is New York City, where I live with my husband. I'm originally from India, moved here a few years ago, and this amazing city never ceases to inspire me.
- I’m a social introvert. My love for doing work that's meaningful to me and connecting with people through that, automatically makes me more extroverted than I am normally.
- I was one of those doodling students in the class, and it used to help me understand the concepts being taught.
- I enjoy writing, even fiction (for fun) and I write on most days.
- I love a good cup of tea and love to try different varieties. And milk chocolates (I'm guessing that's you too?).
Send me a note here. You can also drop me an email directly at aishwarya[at]bigbreaktheory[dot]com
Every email gets a fast and thoughtful response.