The Crown That Heals


Dur­ing her school days she was body shamed. Af­ter which she trans­formed her­self from be­ing so­cially awk­ward to a healer. She chan­nelised the neg­a­tiv­ity she faced as a child and shed 25 kgs. To­day, she has gone on to show people her re­formed out­look to­wards life by win­ning Mrs Asia Women of Uni­verse 2018, af­ter win­ning the ti­tle of Mrs Asia this year. “Neuro Lin­guis­tic Pro­gram­ming has trans­formed me,” re­veals Naavnidhi K Wad­hwa. She stud­ied psy­chol­ogy and me­tab­o­lism of eat­ing as a Neuro Lin­guis­tic Pro­gram­ming healer in Lon­don. She is also a trained Diet Plan­ner and has been cer­ti­fied as the ‘Coach for Psy­chol­ogy of Eat­ing’, from the United States of Amer­ica. The win­ner be­lieves in free will and feels that we can all change our des­tiny if we un­der­stand the rea­sons of our present con­di­tion and dis­cover the pos­i­tiv­ity in our lives. “The doors of trans­for­ma­tion are al­ways open. Un­leash the power of your un­con­scious mind and walk through it,” she ad­vises. Wad­hwa was re­cently fea­tured in an In­ter­na­tional Cof­fee Table Book as one of the 50 Most In­flu­en­tial In­dian Women World­wide. She also wears the Hu­man­i­tar­ian cap at her NGO PAANKH, which she runs for chil­dren with special needs.

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