Interview with Author Sanjhna Nayarr – Ramona Portelli Blog

Interview with Author Sanjhna Nayarr

Author Sanjhna Nayarr  is a psychic medium, Rune and Tarot card counsellor and an energy healer. She also deals in crystal healing, tasseography (tea-leaf reading), graphology and aromatherapy. She is the founder and CEO of Safroneya…the journey within. An organization, through which she helps, guides and heals people using the various divination modalities. She also teaches students tarot card reading and also runes.

Sanjhna Nayarr, who is pursuing her PhD in Tarot and divination, holds Master degrees in M.B.A and M.F.M, Bachelors degree in Commerce and Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance form). She is an animal lover and loves to dance and dream. She is a devotee of Sai Baba. Safroneya is her way to show her gratitude to baba. Inspired by his colour and also the tricolor of the Indian nation flag (saffron) she gets great strength, courage and motivation to walk on her spiritual path.

She is a mother of two beautiful children and two of the furry babies. She is a proud Army personnel’s wife. She gave up her corporate life as a head hunter for her passion towards various divination modalities.

Tell me more about your latest book

Savage Lemonade is an amalgamation of self-realization and self- recognition which evolved as a tangent in my life depicting certain realities and notions of the world. It’s a pen picture of the brutal truths of the bad fat world which most of the times we like to ignore on purpose. Whenever life throws lemon at us, we fail terribly, feeling lost, depressed and heartbroken. The fact is that all these lemons are the main ingredients or challenges on our path/ life purpose that has been set by the universe only to make us strong and empower us so that we persuade and inspire ourselves and  our fellow beings also to follow their life purpose. It’s about my journey of how my angels through all the emotional hardships guided me to stand up for myself and voice my beliefs and opinions and motivated me to make a life changing decision that was to live my life on my terms. Savage Lemonade is my spiritual journey of Becoming.

What was the most challenging aspect of writing this book?

The time constraint. Taking out time when you have a 9 months old toddler and psychologically depressed daughter with an aging and ailing pet dog on one hand. On the other hand were my issues with life which jolted me mentally every single second. Balancing all these challenges was though difficult alongside my tarot card and rune readings, my physical health was degrading, but somewhere when you have clarity of thoughts that you have to share your experiences with the world, you get the inspiration and the energy to complete it. Because it’s not your job but your happiness. That’s why you deliver it better. When you have the belief that maybe just one person out there needs to listen to what you have to say. If my experiences can make any difference in anybody’s life, I think my purpose will be served.

What is your normal procedure to get your books published?

As this is my first book and also because of the covid pandemic hitting the mankind, I chose to self- publish it. But I have to confess that I did quite a research about the publication houses and the entire procedures.

Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice?

Absolutely. To me not just writing but anything that you put your heart into is a spiritual practice. Because doing so you are connecting with yourself and that takes a lot of self disruption sessions in your life..  In order to meet your inner self, you have to break open the mirrors of worldly desires, deceptions and displaying acts. Writing to me is sacred. I love writing. When love is involved it becomes sacred and spiritual.

How many books have you written so far?

This is my first written book. It’s a window through my life and its called Because I am savage Lemonade.

What’s the best way to market your books?

The social media, make contacts and definitely approach some experienced people in the field.

How hard or easy is it to establish and maintain a career in writing?

I have heard and read about stories of writers who say that it’s not easy at all to hold on to writing alone as an career option. However me being a just a seed now, would only have grow in time and volume of words to answer this question. For me writing is happiness and not a career option, so i want enjoy writing.

What is your advice for aspiring writers?

Write from your heart and not mind. The difference will amaze you.

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