Deepti G Gujar
Deepti G Gujar is an explorer at heart. Leading two lives in one has been a life path for her since childhood. While one is based on intense creativity –having been trained in Hindustani classical music, Bharatnatyam, elocution and picking up different languages – the other is based on exploring relationships as a spiritual pathway, the nature of Self and the different personalities that emerge from Consciousness. Graduating as a software engineer from the Pune University (Maharashtra, India) in 2005, she quickly explored many layers of the corporate world working across countries and organisations, the likes of Cognizant Technologies, Deloitte, Capgemini and Tieto. Alongside she mastered many techniques of self-exploration that brought intense turnarounds in her life. Through deep inner child work, past life regression therapy and Rebirthing-Breathwork, alongwith an active anapanasati meditation practice, she witnessed the core spiritual fundamental – the inner realm of thoughts-feelings creates the outer reality. She now works full time as an intuitive therapist and counsellor through a unique model of self-transformation based on the above techniques, integrating them with Gratitude practices, crystal therapy, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and ancient healing practices taught by healer/harpist, Erik Berglund (Mount Shasta, California).
She has also taken her musical exploration further by undertaking production work for Lesle Lewis for the television show, MTV Coke Studio (2011) and working as a volunteer at the Kabir Festival, Mumbai (2013).
Additionally she organises workshops for healers from across the world in India, loves to travel, and writes poetry and travelogues. She runs an active blog on her site (www.creawithin.in) on stories of personal transformation on topics ranging from self-parenting to switchwords as a healing technique to understanding sexuality. Her blog was recently shared by Dr.Christiane Northrup, author at Hay House, U.S.A, for having touched on the importance of affection in our societies. One of her stories on how connecting to womb memories can open up one’s creative/musical abilities has also been published in the book, How The Phoenix Rose by Dhruv Publishing. She has also been published several times in the magazine, Life Times, a quarterly publication by Life Research Academy, Hyderabad.
Coming from a multi-lingual background, she speaks fluent Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati apart from English, and holds easy conversations in French and German. Networking comes naturally to her, often resulting into connecting people from diverse walks of life with the intention of realising their life purpose through one another.
She currently resides in Pune, travelling often in response to life’s calling.