The Everyday Guide with Shailja Saraswati

The Everyday Guide with Shailja Saraswati

Mindfulness Trainer | Motivational Speaker | Content Expert | Lyricist | Writer

Shailja Saraswati is a certified mindfulness trainer and has trained over 450 people in 3 countries and as a consultant, organized and assisted Leadership training and empowerment workshops for over 500 people at corporations like Discovery Networks, WHO, LG, Airtel, Wipro. As a psychology student, she always had a deep interest in the mind and human behavior. She has studies fields like meditation, breathing techniques, yoga, ayurvedic diet and alternative healing.

Professionally, she has been part of the jury at Cannes Entertainment Festival 2016, been part of the advisory board member for Content Marketing Summit APAC 2017, jury member of Womennovator 2020 and jury member, Womanhood 2021 contest - Imwoman.Network NGO. She has over 18 years of senior leadership experience in Digital, Media & Television industries across India, Singapore and London.

Her podcast brings her learnings and experiences to help you understand and cope better with all that’s going on around you.

You can also watch her videos on her YouTube channel.

The Dark Night of the Soul

The Dark Night of the Soul

Our life has many different phases. Sometimes, dark nights are triggered by crisis and the results are emptiness and deep spiritual calling. Once you detach yourself from those psychological concepts and drama and employ techniques such as mediation to help connect with true yourself, you will see y...

Ek Kahani: Esha

Ek Kahani: Esha

Childhood is the most important part of our lives. It has a huge impact on our adult life. Our early days decide what the next step for us will be. They either make or break us. The values and belief systems we grew up with go long way with us. Though the lessons learned in childhood are powerful, t...

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

Most of the time, we feel uncomfortable when we're alone. We often associate being alone with being unloved. We fear being alone, but why is that? We never spend as much time with ourselves, never acknowledge our own thoughts; so the thought of being alone leads to anxiety and pressure. Well, once y...

Mind Tricks 2: From Chaos to Silence

Mind Tricks 2: From Chaos to Silence

Everyday can't be the same, and especially in COVID times, where everyone is trying to make sense of everything going on, it's okay to have low moments. Let your low moments or breaking points be the catalyst of change and make you strong and you will emerge more powerful. From your darkest phase, y...

Real Reason Why We Burnout

Real Reason Why We Burnout

The reason for the burnout we experience is our desire for validation from others. When you tend to expect appreciation from others, that's where the internal struggle grows and your productivity declines. It leads to physical and emotional exhaustion. Try to prioritize yourself and remove the sourc...

Open Letter to my Younger Self

Open Letter to my Younger Self

If you ever get a chance to meet your younger self. What would be the advice you want to give? As we are living in the fast paced world, my advice would be to appreciate life, live every moment & learn to embrace all the good things around. In case you're not feeling happy it's okay, because happine...

Mind Tricks

Mind Tricks

We tend to see people and situations in our lives the way we want to see them. This is based on our own experiences. The truth is that we allow these situations affect us, the problem is not with the external world or other people, but within ourselves. In this episode, I'll be sharing some insights...

From Suffering To Healing

From Suffering To Healing

As per the great sage Ashtravakra, any disease affects our aura and chakras and mind before it seeps into our body at a cellular level. Physical and mental distress can be tackled in the early stages of stress through mindfulness techniques. However without a check of self awareness these emotions a...

Ek Kahani: Chandni Ka Parlor

Ek Kahani: Chandni Ka Parlor

Have you heard this quote "Paper has more patience than People". It's because we often interrupt and start sharing our own stories & experiences. Being able to listen effectively means you're able to better understand the other person's perspective. And when you give your attention to the people exp...