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dhaani Saadia Tariq

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Welcome to dhaani - a well-being platform, where i will be sharing views , interviews , inspirations, expressions, glimpses and perspectives of our physical , emotional and spiritual self

    Covering over your own truth - With Dr. Abdallah Rothman - Episode 83

    Covering over your own truth - With Dr. Abdallah Rothman - Episode 83

    Our guest today is Dr. Abdallah Rothman is the founder of Shifaa Integrative Counseling, co-founder and Executive Director of the International Association of Islamic Psychology, and the Principal of Cambridge Muslim College. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Board Certified Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC), working at the intersection of Islamic spirituality and mental health practice. Dr. Abdallah holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology and his clinical practice as well as his academic research focus on approaching psychotherapy from within an Islamic paradigm and establishing an indigenous Islamic theoretical orientation to human psychology that is grounded in the knowledge of the soul from the Islamic tradition. He is a student of Professor Malik Badri and in addition to his academic training has studied privately with a number of traditional Islamic scholars throughout the Muslim world.

    Social Media Links

    Links

    http://www.shifaacounseling.com/blog

    https://www.cambridgemuslimcollege.ac.uk/about/people/principal/

    https://www.islamicpsychology.org/



    In this podcast we spoke about:

    - The relationship between human psychology & Islamic spirituality

    -Taboos surrounding mental health

    - Spiritual bypassing

    - Grief Management

    • 34 min
    Radical Presence of the Pelvis - Judith Lasater - Episode 82

    Radical Presence of the Pelvis - Judith Lasater - Episode 82

    In conversation with Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, PT, C-IAYT, ERYT-500, YACEPR, has taught yoga since 1971. She holds a doctorate in East-West psychology and is a physical therapist. Dr. Lasater is the president emeritus of the California Yoga Teachers Association, and is one of the founders of Yoga Journal magazine. She trains yoga teachers in asana, kinesiology, yoga therapeutics, and the Yoga Sutras, and she leads workshops and retreats throughout the US and abroad. She is a pioneer in the teaching and practice of Restorative yoga. Dr. Lasater writes extensively about yoga. Her feature articles, columns, and essays appear in numerous books, magazines, and anthologies. She is the author of ten books on yoga, her newest is Yoga Myths: What You Need to Learn and Unlearn for a Safe and Healthy Yoga Practice (Shambhala). For more information, please visit www.judithhansonlasater.com.

    In this podcast we talk about

    - Pelvis & the Spine

    - The Main seat

    - Movement & Pelvis

    - Emotional, psychological & cultural relations with the pelvis

    • 36 min
    Karismath - With Shad Moarif - Episode 81

    Karismath - With Shad Moarif - Episode 81

    In conversation with Mr. Shad Moarif - who in 1986 established Pakistan’s first centre for Remedial Education and Assessment of Dyslexics( READ, Karachi) and introduced the practice of Educational Assessment & extensive clinical diagnostics to identify Language Learning difficulties. It helped parents understand there were reasons why their children were displaying behavioural difficulties. He combined his knowledge of psychology, learning difficulties & learning theories to explain them.

    Between 1998 and now Mr. Moarif has practised in Canada, lived in France, served as Vice-President, International Dyslexia Association, until Karismath took him to Switzerland in 2009. He finally settled in London after I re-married in 2010. Have conducted training workshops and seminars on Education & keynoted in several international Conferences on Education  in Canada, USA, UK, Singapore, Kenya, Bangladesh and Pakistan. His commitment to educating rural populations came from the realization that they would benefit from remedial approaches to learning. It meant using highly specialised knowledge, skills and instructional design to make learning easy for them.

    Shad Moarif Social Media Handles

     Twitter: @ShadMoarif
    Facebook: Karismath, Shad and Shad’s Blogs
    Linked-In 

     Karismath Website: www.karismath.com

    In this podcast we talk about :

    - The journey from Banking to serving the community

    - The birth of Karismath, modulation & hurdles

    - Teaching & Empathy

    - Urban Vs Rural mindset

    • 39 min
    Trangenerational Trauma - With Maya Lasker Wallfisch - Episode 80

    Trangenerational Trauma - With Maya Lasker Wallfisch - Episode 80

    Our guest today is Maya Lasker-Wallfisch who lives in London where she works as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and educator. She has specialized in working with people whose lives have been impacted by the Holocaust and other displacement trauma. Her book Letters to Breslau (Briefe nach Breslau) has been published by Suhrkamp

    For more details please click https://www.suhrkamp.de/buecher/letter_to_breslau_-maya_lasker-wallfisch_17847.html?d_view=english



    In this podcast we talk about:

    - What is Distance Transgenerational Trauma

    -Holocaust and its trauma driving into Maya

    - Maya struggling with her childhood and adult life

    -The joy of being heard

    • 31 min
    The Secrets of Divine Love - with A. Helwa - Episode 79

    The Secrets of Divine Love - with A. Helwa - Episode 79

     In conversation with A. Helwa who believes that every single person on Earth is deeply loved by the Divine. She is a writer who has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers through her passionate, poetic, and love-based approach to spirituality. Her popular blog @quranquotesdaily, was established while obtaining her Masters in Divinity, as a means of helping others overcome personal and spiritual struggles on their journey of experiencing divine love. With over 15 years of experience writing and speaking on Islam and spiritual development, A. Helwa draws from her personal experiences and traditional sources to help her readers access 'Divine love in everyday life.' When Helwa is not reading at coffee shops, she can be found climbing mountains, camping in deserts, hiking jungles, or reading about black holes.

    A. Helwa Social Media :

    IG : quoranquotesdaily

    Website: secretsofdivinelove.com



    In this podcast we talk about 

    - The 'secrets' of finding Divine Love

    - Why Love is the way to find the real path

    - Islam or Allah

    - Actions & Intentions

    We are hopeful that you would appreciate this episode and share it amongst your family & friends. Any suggestion, feedback or comment that you might have, feel free to get in touch on saadia@dhaani.online

    • 38 min
    White Supremacy , Privilege and People of Color - With Faiza Khan & Moni Mohsin - Episode 78

    White Supremacy , Privilege and People of Color - With Faiza Khan & Moni Mohsin - Episode 78

    In this podcast we are in conversation with Faiza Khan and Moni Mohsin 
    Faiza is a london based editor and critic with bylines in the Guardian, The New Republic, the FT. She is currently a consulting publisher with Bloomsbury Publishing. Moni Mohsin was born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. She started her writing career at The Friday Times, Pakistan’s first independent weekly, where she served as the Features Editor. She is now a freelance journalist who has written for, among others, The Guardian, 1843, Prospect Magazine, The Nation, The Times of India, India Today, Vogue India and Nikkei Asian Review. She is the author of two novels, the prize winning The End of Innocence and Duty Free. Her best selling collections of satirical columns, The Dairy of a Social Butterfly and Return of the Butterfly, are based on her long running column for The Friday Times. She is married with two children and lives between London and Lahore.
    You can find more of them on:
    Faiza Twitter :@bhopalhouse
    IG : @faizasultankhan
    Moni Website: monimohsin.com
    IG : @monimohsinofficial

    In this podcast we talk about :
    - White Supremacy
    - Colonization & its impact on the subcontinent
    - Reframing the 'people of color'
    - Literary content beyond the 'supremacy' lens

    We are hopeful that you would appreciate this episode and share it amongst your family & friends. Any suggestion, feedback or comment that you might have, feel free to get in touch on saadia@dhaani.online

    • 37 min

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