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Aishwarya with some of her Feng Shui objects.

YOU THROW in an architect, some natural talent, add to it almost three years of comprehensive Feng Shui practice and consulting experience and a dash of charm and dynamism -- that is Aishwarya for you. Or so it is claimed.

After completing a three-year advance diploma in architecture sciences, Aishwarya took up Feng Shui as a hobby. Consulting assignment with her mother -- her mother has been practicing Vaastu for 10 years -- and learning Feng Shui stimulated the realisation that Vaastu has its limitations and she can help architects, interior designers and individuals as well in shaping their homes, offices and most of all lives better through the practice of Feng Shui.

It is at this stage that she, under the guidance of her trainer Sangeeta Kochar -- certified Feng Shui practitioner -- decided to go in for an advanced course in Feng Shui under the wing of the world- renowned Feng Shui practitioner Lilian Too. This was the beginning of a new life for this budding entrepreneur.

Today, two and half years later Aishwarya has successfully completed more than 50 consulting assignment and many are still ongoing because of the necessity of yearly updates. Today, her clients and customers range from celebrated professionals to Feng Shui practitioners, to industrialists setting-up factories and home-dwellers trying to shine positive streaks in their homes. The Gujrals, the Ansals, Silvy, Nafisa Ali and many more have enjoyed their visits to Rare Earth.

Aishwarya practices through the Western compass formula as in comparison to the ancient Chinese compass it is easier to use and is more precise. Aishwarya basically practices `objective Feng Shui' and helps clients in `space clearing'.

This is what gave birth to the beautiful concept of `Rare Earth' four months ago. `Rare Earth' is the most magnificent exclusive Feng Shui outlet - claimed to be the first one in Delhi -- based near the Qutab Minar at Lado Sarai. Rare Earth gives Aishwarya the opportunity to not only suggest the objects of Feng Shui but also help the clients and customers to choose from the ample variety that she makes available to them. It claims to provide authentic Feng Shui objects and experienced and certified Feng Shui consulting.

The underlying principle of Feng Shui is to live in harmony with your environment and understanding the energies around you to make them work for your rather than against you.

Aishwarya says: "I feel at peace with my self and also happy when I see my clients and customers coming back and thanking me for all the good things in life that they have realised through Feng Shui.''

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