Bestselling author Rajni Raman on taking control of one’s healing

January 06 21:38 2022
After years of illness and struggle on endless medications, she focused on nourishing her body, mind, and spirit to find the secrets to self-healing.

For the first three decades of her life, Rajni Raman never took so much as an aspirin for a headache. But then, as a new mom, she found herself struggling with stress, insomnia, and back pain, among other ailments. Doctors prescribed medications for each different thing and suddenly she found herself on a regimen of pharmaceuticals, some of which caused additional problems. 

Finally, she found an osteopath, someone who practiced integrated medicine, who discovered she had slightly different leg lengths and gave her a wedge for her shoe, along with spinal adjustments. She also returned to yoga in a dedicated way, and in a few months, she no longer needed the wedge or the adjustments. This was her first peak into self-healing and set her on her path. “Our bodies are organisms that are always in the process of renewal. So, when you are aware of this and you feed yourself well, then it’s a thriving entity,” she says.

Now a mom of two, Rajni began listening to inspirational speakers who promoted “tapping into the unlimited resource within you and connecting with the universe” and these ideas resonated with her. “I’d have this power routine in the morning before anyone woke up. I would get up and pray and do yoga and get in this mindset tuned for success and happiness.” And she began to work with holistic practitioners committed to healing rather than doctors committed to dispensing meds. When her friends saw her complete turnaround, they urged her to share her story with others. Two years ago, she launched her holistic wellness and healing practice and has been helping women connect their mind and body and take ownership of their healing.

Now an international award-winning author, transformational energy healer, and authentic storyteller, Rajni Raman also has been a Buddhist and Yoga practitioner for three decades. She is a computer engineer with 20 years of private and public sector experience as a programmer; a former Associate Director at The University of Dallas, Texas, serving more than 30,000 students; manager of financial aid, programmer, and analyst at the University of Texas at Arlington, supporting the registrar’s office with automation in many operational areas for 30,000 students; and a business analyst for the University Of Texas System, supporting 12 universities plus UT Southwestern, a medical system serving more than three million clients in Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas.

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You can read more of Rajni Raman’s amazing journey to wellness in the inspiring new book Women Who Boss Up Post-Pandemic, by Tam Luc, the author, educator, and podcaster dedicated to helping women “boss up.” The book collects 16 interviews with women who are side hustlers and multitaskers, who faced the uncertainties of the covid pandemic—and other obstacles—by embracing their strengths and finding their authentic paths. They have so much to share and to teach, and while every story is unique, there is creativity and perseverance at the core of each one.

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