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Kiran was born with a great talent which she honed into a dynamic and powerful skill over 45 years. At a very young age it became quite apparent that Kiran had very powerful observational skills...

 

"When I observe a human being, I watch how the individual is communicating, I observe the level and type of communication, how a person is dressed, colours, self-expression, body language, movement, eye flickering. I observe every corner, nook, interface, surface, space the microcosm and macrocosm all simultaneously. Based upon this observation I am able to elicit the individuals current state of mindset and also tap into their subconscious mindset and behaviour.

Through specific questioning I can determine why the individual is experiencing their reality in the current format, through my questioning I am able to pinpoint the childhood conditioning corresponding to the unconscious behaviour, as a result, I am able to trace where the subconscious behaviour originated from and what is holding the individual in their self sabotaging mindset

 

Subsequently, I prescribe specific transformational tools to transform the mindset and change the reality and experience of the individual in question...I use my observational skills to help people to transform their lives with immense and powerful success!"

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Recently I took the Myers Briggs personality (psychological profiling test) and I must admit it was pretty accurate about the type of person I am...I came out as an INFJ

According to Myers Briggs https://www.16personalities.com/infj-personality

An Advocate (INFJ) is someone who tends to approach life with deep thoughtfulness and imagination. Their inner vision, personal values, and a quiet, principled version of humanism guide them in all things.

Advocates are the rarest personality types of all.

Advocates leave their mark on the world. They have a deep sense of idealism and integrity, but they aren’t idle dreamers – they take concrete steps to realize their goals and make a lasting impact. Advocates’ unique combination of personality traits makes them complex and quite versatile. For example, Advocates can speak with great passion and conviction, especially when standing up for their ideals. At other times, however, they may choose to be soft-spoken and understated, preferring to keep the peace rather than challenge others.

Standing up for what’s right

Advocates generally strive to do what’s right – and they want to help create a world where others do the right thing as well. People with this personality type may feel called to use their strengths – including creativity, imagination, and sensitivity – to uplift others and spread compassion. Concepts like egalitarianism and karma can mean a great deal to Advocates.

Advocates may see helping others as their purpose in life.

They are troubled by injustice, and they typically care more about altruism than personal gain. As a result, Advocates tend to step in when they see someone facing unfairness or hardship. Many people with this personality type also aspire to fix society’s deeper problems, in the hope that unfairness and hardship can become things of the past.

Connecting with others

Advocates may be reserved, but they communicate in a way that is warm and sensitive. This emotional honesty and insight can make a powerful impression on the people around them.

Advocates value deep, authentic relationships with others, and they tend to take great care with other people’s feelings.

Speaking the TRUTH!

We live in a world full of lies and deception - nothing is as it seems - It is no wonder that Humanity suffers as intensively as it does! I am here to make the world a better place for ALL HUMAN BEINGS WHO ARE READY TO BE THE BEST VERSION OF THEMSELVES!

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