who am I ?

If one asks enough questions, the elemental questions of being arise: Who am I? Where did I come from? Why am I here? Where am I going? An explorer and transmitter of the mechanics of being,

Ishita Sharma serves as a mentor, mirror and activator to those who wish to better our world, starting with themselves. She helps them embody their truest purpose while rising beyond ego-centric paradigms. Ishita’s work is the joyful expression of her deepest realizations, and an invitation into your own.


Come to Center is fueled by her wish to realizing a world that operates from awake awareness.

Ishita has coached leaders from Google, Harvard, MIT, Silicon Valley startups and multinationals. Clients come to her to grow and heal through their deepest challenges and longings while held in their perfect wholeness. They include seekers and scientists, therapists and coaches, visionaries and creatives, CEOs and incarcerated youth. She points every one of them back to their center.

Drawing on a unique ability to attune to her clients’ nervous systems, Ishita guides confusion into clarity and felt-sense safety. Her incisive approach is grounded in spacious loving connection. It integrates  non-dual awareness with embodiment, subtle energetics and relational dynamics to free and heal the core of personal and systemic hindrances.

Contending that the future of humanity hinges upon healing division within and between us, she supports individuals and groups alike to wake up, step up and show up together in service of a world that truly nourishes us all.

Born in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, now living in North Carolina with her American husband, Ishita draws on the confluence of cultures, paradigms and dimensions- marrying western intellect and eastern spirituality through the wisdom of the human heart and body.

Giving back lies at the heart of Come to Center. Ishita serves on the Board of Directors of the Bridgeway Group, focused on peace-building in conflict zones worldwide, and as a member of Nurse Groups, providing resilience support for nurses on the front lines. 1-3% of Come to Center’s yearly profits support humanitarian efforts including Free the Slaves dedicated to freeing the world’s 27 million captives out of bonded slavery, and directly to homeless and forgotten people in the places she calls home.

The emptier our vessel, the more the Divine can fill it. But the vessel itself needs to be strong- the soul needs a strong personality to manifest our deepest purpose through.”

Ishita teaches from her own direct experience, and while she ascribes to no single teacher or tradition- Life is her greatest Guru!- her embodiment has been nurtured by masterful beings in the seen and unseen, including reflections in:

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev (Isha Yoga)
Lynda Caesara (Energetics),

Dr. Karyne Wilner (Core Energetics- Holistic Body-based Psychotherapy)
Kate Rafferty (Transformational Kinesiology + Ageless Wisdom of the Seven Rays)
Dr. Dan Brown (Mahayana Buddhist Mahamudra Meditation),
Dr. Lorraine Delear (Energy Healing)
Steve Ulicny (Natural Law- Transmission)

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (Direct Self Knowledge/Advaita Vedanta),
Swami Paramhansa Yogananda (Kriya Yoga),
Shivananda (Yoga),
The Tao Te Ching,
The Bhagvad Gita,
and the Sanskrit language.

You can read her story here.

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