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The Morning Standard|September 08, 2021
STRESSED out by her professional pursuits, Shweta Kokra, a professional hypnotherapist and counsellor, quit her job in 2017 and decided to be a stay-at-home mother.
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“Hypnotherapy uses a lot of your energy and you have to devote plenty of time to clients. So I took a break. But during the pandemic-induced lockdown, I had enough time on my hands. It helps that my son is three now. While scrolling through Instagram, I came across interesting reels on alcohol ink art, and it fascinated me,” she says.

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