021: Changing Lives with Gratitude with Indrani Goradia
Indrani Goradia is a philanthropist and advocate for women’s health and empowerment and the founder of Indrani’s Light Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to ending gender-based violence and empowering women around the world with the tools to live healthy and meaningful lives.
She has partnered with United Way in South Asia and the Caribbean and joined forces with the global health organization PSI and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to transform the lives of girls and women around the world.
She is a tireless advocate for girls and women and, as an author, speaker and certified life coach, has delivered keynotes, workshops and empowerment trainings to thousands of women in several countries.
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Three Key Points:
Finding something to be grateful for, even if it’s the smallest things, opens us up to higher vibrations in every single areas of our lives. When you raise your vibrations to the highest level, then you can attract the things in your life that you really want.
Wakeup calls don’t have to happen directly to you. They can happen to people in your life, like your friends, family, or other loved ones.
Once we master our mind, we’re able to allow ourselves to experience those emotions without hurting anyone.
3:32 — Indrani Goradia shares how she ended generations of violence and abuse in her family.
5:58 — Struggling with severe depression and actively trying to kill herself, Indrani stumbled on a path that turned her life around. She shares how she went from being diagnosed as depressed, to complete and total healing.
9:30 — Indrani shares that she grew up in a culture that had a bad stigma surrounding mental health. Her culture believed that if you’re depressed, then it’s your fault. Even though she was taking anti-depressants, she hid that fact from her the people around her.
11:56 — Indrani shares that her husband has opened up in ways that is so compassionate and understanding to her situation. Indrani Goradia’s husband showed her that she has made improvements and has gotten better in her mental health.
15:00 — It is Indrani’s personal mission to encourage as many people as possible to end violence within their own four walls.
17:10 — Indrani shares that she can pick and choose her anger. In the past, she used to be controlled by anger. Now she’s able to control it, and she doesn’t give her anger permission to take over who she is in the world, and who she wants to show up in the world as every day.
19:30 — Indrani shares that her miracle is having the guts to show up everyday and be her, no matter what she’s doing or where she is.
20:30 — Indrani shares a story of her being in a village in New Deli, India. She was in a small hut, talking to the women there about their lives, about violence, about their dreams, about what they wanted to accomplish. None of them had dreams.
23:30 — Celebrating her 30th wedding anniversary, a strange coincidence happened for Indrani and her husband that truly showed the strength and love of their relationship.
27:20 — Gratitude really is the best attitude. Indrani shares that she practices it every day and will always find at least 2-3 things she’s grateful for in any negative situation.
28:00 — Indrani explains that her gratitude practice is consistent, and she can always find something to be grateful for, no matter what’s happening.
31:00 — Indrani shares her wisdom on how to start and stay consistent with a gratitude practice, and how it can ultimately change your life forever.
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