MEDIA AND SPEAKING
“By paying attention to our feelings, we can start to notice the parts of our life that we have put up with for so long and the resentment, bitterness and other emotions that might have built up around it”
— Anu Dayal-Gulati
ANU DAYAL-GULATI’S BIO
Anu Dayal-Gulati is a certified energy practitioner, specializing in family energy dynamics and emotional healing.
She has nearly a decade of experience helping clients improve their relationships, set healthy boundaries, and manifest their dreams. Drawing on positive psychology, the traditions of her spiritual heritage, and extensive energy training, Anu focuses on wildflower infusions called flower essences to help her clients heal the impact of their family background. In working energetically with their past, they can change the present and create a more desirable future.
Born and raised in India, Anu received her Master’s degree from Cambridge University, England, and her Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University. After a career in international finance at the International Monetary Fund, and teaching at Northwestern University business school, Anu found her real passion in teaching people to thrive (not just survive). Her first non-business book, Heal Your Roots: Uncover the Family Patterns That Hold You Back will be released this year.
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CONNECTED CARERS SUMMIT
How to Transform Emotional Triggers into Emotional Mastery
July 4-6th, 2020
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