Part of my intention with this podcast was to feature stories of people who have overcome circumstances to live a soul-centered, soul-r powered life. And overcoming circumstances is absolutely the Amla Mehta story.

Amla is a motivational speaker, author, and a rare powerhouse.

Diagnosed as a teenager with an ocular condition so rare that only 200 have been affected, Amla has been steadily going blind for better than 30 years. Thanks to years of therapy and an unquenchable human spirit, Amla has had a spiritual awakening and has turned her pain into power.

After listening to this episode, I challenge you NOT to be inspired and motivated to examine your life with new perspective.

Amla’s Bio:

Amla Mehta is a motivational speaker and author who talks and writes about living authentically, embodying self-love, and speaking your truth. As a legally blind woman, she is an advocate and activist on behalf of all people living with disabilities, whether they have mobility, hearing, vision, cognitive or other challenges.

Amla is the author of Eye With a View, an inspiring book that portrays twelve true stories based on themes like The Art of Acceptance. Amla even provides three tips and tools at the end each story based on a universal theme such as, facing loss. Because everyone encounters some form of hardship within their life. Ironically enough, with less eyesight Amla shares incredible insight.

Amla has been one of three keynote speakers along with Miss Connecticut at a women’s empowerment event, sponsored by the India Association of Central Connecticut, and has also appeared on internet radio talk shows like “Geetanjali,” and

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