Ashika Singh, Founder of the School of Applied Metaphysics
We Teach, Consult, Counsel, and Coach. You learn the "HOW."
Join us at the School of Applied Metaphysics, where we believe that healing your emotions can lead to a higher understanding of yourself. We aim to help you change, grow, and experience the schooling we wished we had as children. Yes, that is correct; we are a school for all adults who want to learn how to live well.
Our sessions and classes explore how your thoughts and feelings can transform your life. We help you understand and resolve the complicated patterns in your life by looking at the emotions in your mind. These emotions are like doorways to discovering more about yourself and finding peace.
Our school is a place for you to learn and explore. We use philosophy, psychology, and spiritual wisdom to help you understand your mind. We dive into the details of your thoughts and feelings, showing you how they all come together. Together, we unravel the mysteries of your unique experiences and guide you toward a more enlightened way of living.
Guiding You to Become a Confident and Compassionate Personal Empowerment Partner.
The School of Applied Metaphysics is more than an educational institution; it's your guiding companion on the journey to becoming a confident and compassionate personal empowerment partner who guides, teaches, coaches, and consults.
Our training courses combine knowledge and applied practice, tailored for those already in professional practice or individuals with a calling who dream of starting. We equip you with insights to confidently utilize assessment methods and approaches, ensuring psychological safety during mental health challenges.
Emphasizing ethics, safety, and compassion in emotional and mental healing, we guide our trainees to collaborate seamlessly with holistic and allopathic professionals for the best outcomes. Our training fosters a culture where practitioners feel safe exploring their inner landscapes while serving clients, promoting healing without judgment or self-condemnation.