Shweta's Book Coming Soon:
Pain: A Portal to Enlightenment
Pain is a natural part of life that everyone experiences. But what if we told you that pain can be a portal to enlightenment? In this book, Shweta Singh Kirti shares her personal journey through pain and how it led her to a deeper understanding of life and the universe.
Drawing from her own experiences and spiritual practices, Shweta guides readers through the process of embracing pain as a teacher and a catalyst for growth. She shares practical tools and techniques for transforming pain into a powerful force for positive change.
Whether you're going through a difficult time or simply looking to deepen your spiritual practice, "Pain - A Portal to Enlightenment" offers a fresh perspective on pain and its role in our lives. Join Shweta on this transformative journey and discover the hidden gifts of pain.
Shweta Singh Kirti is a spiritual mentor and guide, as well as an author, who has become well-known for her work in promoting positivity, healing, and self-growth. Through her writing and teachings, she seeks to inspire others to embrace their inner wisdom and live a more fulfilling and authentic life.
Her passion for spirituality and love for children culminated into her project, Damara Kids , an endeavor focused on teaching mindfulness and meditation to children. With a deep understanding of the importance of these practices in promoting well-being, Shweta has developed a curriculum that is both engaging and effective for children. Through Damara Kids, she has helped children develop the skills they need to cope with stress and anxiety, build self-confidence, and cultivate a greater sense of compassion and empathy towards themselves and others. By instilling these valuable life skills in young minds, Shweta is making a positive impact on the next generation and helping to create a brighter future for all.
For more than 15 years, Shweta Singh Kirti has been devoted to the spiritual path of self-discovery, engaging in rigorous practice and discipline. Unfortunately, her pain became very public following the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of her brother, Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Despite this, Shweta bravely faced her loss and connected with others who felt a similar pain, encouraging acts of service in Sushant's memory. However, she eventually needed to disconnect from the world and undertook three separate one-month solitary retreats in the wilderness with no communication or human contact. Through deep meditation and contemplation, she was able to integrate her spiritual practice and heal from her loss. On her own spiritual path, Shweta has experienced many significant break throughs during her exhaustive study of spiritual masters, texts, and active meditation and yoga practice. She is currently working to convey them through her book, Pain: A Portal to Enlightenment, which will be published in October 2023. Now, she wishes to share the inspiration and meaning of life with others who have suffered a similar loss, so that they do not feel alone on their own journey of healing and self-discovery.
Shweta's focus on spirituality and personal development has touched the lives of many, and she continues to be a respected and influential voice in the field. Her dedication to helping others find their own path to enlightenment has made her a beloved figure among those seeking guidance and inspiration.
Benefits of Yoga and Mindfulness for Children
Plenty of research has been done on mindfulness meditation and yoga techniques. The best predictor of the validity of any research is the meta-analysis. Meta-analysis is a study of multiple experiments/trials in a certain area and if the cumulative results indicate that a certain technique solves a certain problem, then it is considered solid evidence. The meta-analysis in  proves beyond doubt that meditation can reduce psychological stress, anxiety and improve overall mental and physical well-being.
Several experiments have been conducted on yoga techniques as well. One of those experiments have been listed in  which compares the influence of several weeks of yoga training with several weeks of non yoga-based physical training and it shows children randomly assigned to the yoga condition performed better on a standard problem-solving test used to assess cognitive function.