When Neetu Nilishi met the man she would someday marry, it was in a dingy, crowded room where she saw “a very vivid, clear, golden light” around him.
At a time when Google was not yet in our vocabulary, she did not know she was seeing an aura.
“But the first thought that came to my mind was I wish this guy becomes my husband. I didn’t know his name, whether he was married, divorced. No, I just met him! And it’s been 16 years of marriage,” she tells the Daily Tribune in an interview on Pairfect, a digital show on leaders in their field.
Neetu Nilishi is an internationally acclaimed intuitive counselor and a meditation instructor from the University of Holistic Theology, specializing in tarot and angel card readings. She is also a Reiki practitioner, healer and an avid spiritual coach. She is best known as the founder of Miraki Miracles and the only Mahavashu expert in the Philippines.
“Mahavashu is an Indian science of architecture that dates back 6,000 years. It’s a Vedic secret that can amplify your wealth, make your relationships and health better, help you stay powerful in business or a job, get recognition and fame, similar to feng shui on some principles. It’s all about the energy flow into your home, balancing that flow, becoming aware of it and experiencing a life that you always wanted. It’s all about living in moderation; balancing activities, utilities, objects and colors with our environment,” she explains.
Born to a pathologist mom and microbiologist dad, Neetu did not immediately find her path as a practitioner in the alternative sciences.
“I’m from India. I’m very fortunate to be brought up by some spiritually inclined parents, (who) instilled in me to always believe what is right and wrong. And then do what my heart says is right.
So, even as a child, I have always been very intuitive and I would get visions about people about myself about my future, but it was very erratic and wrong because at that time we had no Google, we had no extra knowledge, right?”
Even as she tried the corporate life, Neetu continued to seek her purpose. “Some people go through a whole life not knowing what their purposes are and they don’t worry because they don’t seek it. And because they don’t seek it, their life is casually lived with this emptiness, and within this is a feeling of lack. So I was very fortunate to be able to meet some great mentors, teachers who actually taught me so much,” Neetu said.
“So, I remember telling my husband once, is there a job where I can help people? Then we joined this foundation where we worked with orphans. And there, I met some great people who actually introduced me to the world of tarot cards. Every one of us can be a psychic, but it depends on our willingness to be able to hone that product and that talent, right? So I was fortunate that I was able to devote that time with the support of my friends and my family,” she added.
Over the last year and a half, Neetu found more people seeking balance in their lives amid the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. With her various modalities “to help others elevate themselves in their chosen paths, see things differently, adopt different perspectives and move forward,” Neetu has also found fulfillment of her own.
By helping others “uncover the answers that are already within them and equip them with tools that support positive outcomes,” Neetu has, in turn, learned a lot personally during this pandemic.
“I found myself again because even though I’m practicing these things, I have setbacks. So I just learned that you should always stand for what you think is right, you know, and always learn from your failures because I learned very early on in my life that I would rather be a mediocre success than a massive failure.
“I’ve seen people who look at their life like a line from point A to B from birth to death, but I like to see life like a ladder. Once something is going like in the past, look back, but don’t drag the past by isolating it. Just let the past as it is, acknowledge, learn, forgive and then move up.
“It’s about deconditioning yourself, reinventing yourself. And then it’s all right to be nervous because I think whenever I’m nervous about doing something, it’s a process of growing. So it’s good to be nervous. And it’s okay not to be okay. But it’s not okay not to try. So I think that’s what I learned during this time.”
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