Ishita has spent her life asking questions that had no answers, pushing them to their edges and celebrating beauty, truth, life and light.
Her playful investigations into the fundamentals of being began as a child growing up close to nature in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. Existential, metaphysical questioning of the most elemental constructs of life often taken for granted, drove her explorations of the world, self and others through art, literature, physics, architecture and age old spiritual wisdom.
Even as a young child she was mesmerized by tales of honor and transcendence, growing up in a spiritual vortex nestled in the foothills. At 18 she took her first international flight, leaving her home and family to move to the US for school. Innately joyful, she used her personal and professional triumphs and struggles to grow rapidly and through them, built trust in her inner knowing.
Ishita practiced as an architect for about a decade while moonlighting as a columnist, photographer and an multi-disciplinary artist. Grappling with steel and concrete on one end, and the essence of our humanity on another, she evolved into a multidisciplinary designer and thinker. But the big questions of being remained…
As her search ripened, it began pointing her inwards towards her self until she got quiet, clear and still.
The dissolution of her I-ness into pure, aware formlessness and the experience of unitive consciousness, at last quietened her bottomless curiosity. All this, while working a rigorous job and falling in love! As awakenings dissolved her worldview, a period of assimilation followed, fueling an ongoing inquiry into holistic models of healing, scientific frameworks of spirituality and body-mind-spirit integration and behavior.
Her path has gradually coalesced into guiding others to their core Truth and the wisdom and peace already within them, through the approach best suited to their aspirations. Having realized how accessible (and increasingly common in our world today) spiritual awakening is, dispelling the myth of its rarity, lies at the core of her work here at Come to Center.
Ishita values and encourages engaging consciously and meaningfully in the world, without becoming entangled with it.
She knows when you come to center and act from it, you are good, strong, whole and free. Intentions, thoughts, words and actions align, your life and every encounter with it is sweeter, lighter and yes, better!
She no longer believes in The Truth, but has found A Truth, in which she is finally home. And part of her life’s work is helping you find yours.