The Hit Syndicated Saturday Night Show
"You Are What You Love"
Live in Southern California
Saturdays 5:00- 6:00 PM PacificHosted by - Vaishali
"You Are What You Love" is a weekly syndicated radio show broadcast in the Greater Los Angeles and and in Seattle on KRWM HD3 and is also streamed to thousands of listeners each week live on the web. The show focuses on Vaishalis esoteric teachings of the great mystic and scientist Emanuel Swedenborg and the profound spiritual messages he had to say to the world in the volumes of work he wrote. Interviews with some of the leading cutting edge new thought leaders of today will be engaged in conversation with the wild woman herself. Vaishali is as entertaining as she is purple, however there is a serious side and shes an intellectual and has a masters degree in philosophy from the University of San Francisco. Vaishali will interview a weekly guest and divulges in discussion from whats currently in the news today to a range of diverse teachings from people around the world.
Vaishali Why-shaw-lee - Part stand-up comic, part spiritual teacher and full-time Soul stripper, Vaishali will be bringing to life her book 'You Are What You Love' in the only way spiritual truth should be explored: in rhinestones, boa and tiara. Vaishali provides a fresh perspective when it comes to the big spiritual questions people ask themselves: "Who am I?" "Why am I here?" and "What is my life purpose?". You will be captivated by Vaishali's story telling and humor and walk away with a new awareness on how to align with your true nature of love and abundance.
Vaishali attended San Francisco State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees from both the Religion & Philosophy Department as well as the Radio & Television Department. Vaishali began her radio career as a monthly host on San Francisco KEST 1450AM which she still hosts. Her adult life has been devoted to the learning and sharing of esoteric wisdom. She has been teaching and providing Self-emergence individual consultations since the early nineties.