S2/Ep16: Snehal Singh – You Have The Tight To Abundance!

  • Snehal Singh, speaker, author, coach and publisher!
  • http://snehalrsingh.com/
  • Snehal has been intuitive since childhood. She has always done what felt right. She was often thought of as the black sheep. 
  • Her passion began when she was 17 or 18 when she realized she loved teaching. She wanted to learn more to be able to teach others even more. This is where her journey kick-started.
  • She one day decided to write a book, which surprised her. She changed the lives of many people. This made her realize that stories have power beyond people can imagine. 
  • Snehal enjoys life-long learning and the life lessons she discovers through her life. She is inspired by these lessons. 
  • Dena asks how tuning into her intuitive self made her differ from her family.
  • Snehal says being the black sheep was difficult. She did not realize she was intuitive until later in her life. Growing up, she felt like a rebel and felt as though she did not fit in. 
  • She knew she wanted to stay true to herself by following what her heart says. She sticks to what she feels is right. 
  • Snehal says that she did not have the ability to think about religion while growing up. They had more pressing challenges and bigger things to worry about such as getting food on the table and how they were going to pay for their electricity. 
  • She was not ok with limited beliefs as a child. She doesn’t believe in creating limiting statements and does not want to be a part of negative conversations.
  • Snehal grew up in India and moved to the United States five years ago. 
  • Snehal began distancing herself from her family so she did not have to be a part of the negative conversations. Her advice now is to detach from the conversations and learn to love others for who they are and not expect them to believe what you believe in. You can become ok being around anyone because you are not indulging in their beliefs and thoughts.
  • When you love these people, judgement falls away. Judgement is present when we look for lack in another person. 
  • Dena asks what inspired Snehal to write her book. 
  • Snehal learned she was capable of writing from her first book. 
  • “I Work For Me” is a book she has written for people who want to venture into business. It is for the initial phases of launching a business.
  • She has another book about awakening power within people that features stories from women who found their power. 
  • Dena asks how Snehal stepped into her own power and how she is teaching others to do the same.
  • Snehal learned it the hard way. It began with letting go of her own beliefs. She learned how to be accountable for herself.
  • She has a workshop series called “Right to Abundance” that helps people envision their business and build confidence to step into their own light. She uses online platforms to help people make their voices more visible.
  • Dena asks how Snehal taps into abundance.
  • Snehal says abundance can be tapped into by taking one action step each day as well as deserving that we deserve these good things. Believing that we deserve everything that is best sets us up for abundance.
  • She says to move towards claiming abundance.
  • Dena asks what happens when hurdles and hardships block us from reaching this abundance? How does she help people work through these moments?
  • Snehal believes that each and every person is whole and complete and is capable of finding solutions within them. All they need to do is peel off certain layers or switch on a certain light to find this solution in them.
  • Life is all about ups and downs. It is similar to a road trip; if someone is going to go on a 15 hour car ride, they will make pit stops along the way. The down times are picking up what you need for your journey. These pit stops are for collecting what you need, and then moving ahead. 
  • Colleen then asks about the layers that Snehal mentioned.
  • Snehal says that love + gratitude = abundance. In terms of layers, there are many people who have created walls within themselves that they don’t truly know what they are thinking and feeling. Helping people understand their thoughts and feelings allows the root cause to come forward. 
  • Snehal says that the best gift given to us is the ability to think. 
  • Snehal says that writing for her has been like all other things in her life. She started writing only because she wanted to fit in. When she moved to the United States, she had no friends. She talked to her mentor, and Snehal ended up going to a book event and meeting a publisher. She wrote a story which went through 30 rounds of editing and eventually it got into the book.
  • She began receiving messages from men and women from all over the world who told her how life changing her story was. Snehal realized she had a calling. This is when she realized writing was for her. 
  • Snehal thinks that writing helps to manifest faster and is also very therapeutic.
  • Snehal has two more books coming out this year.
  • Colleen asks what Snehal is writing about?
  • Snehal made writing a routine. This creates a habit. Writing every day at the same time allows your brain to be creative at a certain time every single day. This practice has made words work with her rather than her searching for the words. 
  • Colleen asks about the format which people can work with her?
  • Snehal says that working with her is simple; it can be individually or within a group. She mostly works with entrepreneurs or coaches, or anyone who wants to write a book.
  • She does abundance coaching as well as coaching on how to write and publish a book. 
  • Snehal says that each person listening must believe that it is true; you are blessed, prosperous, forgiven, and more than anything, you are the creator. You can create whatever you want. You can write what you want in your life. We have the blessing of choice. Are you aware of the choices you are making? Remember you are the author of your life.