#14 How you can raise your children by inspiration – Interview with Ahlam Abdullha

Today on the podcast, I speak to Ahlam from Nairobi, Kenya. I met Ahlam last year when I was teaching at Bikram Yoga Nairobi, and I remembered her as a powerful and happy woman. But during the interview, I learned that she is so much more than this! Ahlam is a mother of three, a vaginal steam facilitator and a yoga instructor. Alham recently moved to Kenya from Seattle with her small family to nestle her roots. She studied Anthropology and Human Rights with a speciality in Linguistics in London. She loves art and capturing beauty. She most feels at home behind a lens or on her yoga mat. She revels in travel, reading and eating the yummiest cakes. Her enclave is in small bookshops and her therapy vintage stores. She is a lover of antiques and wholesome conversations. With Ahlam, I speak about motherhood and the duality between extreme love and worries on the other side, about Postnatal depression, Bikram Yoga, Mirror work, Video Journals, Religion & Traveling to Mekka.

From Ahlam, you will learn

How something which feels sad at the moment can be the best thing that ever happened to you

Why gratitude can change everything why does life happen for you and not to you?

How you can prioritise yourself and take time for yourself even with three children

How video journaling can help you to reflect on yourself and get the answers which are already inside of you

Why it is so important how we talk to ourselves

How you can teach your children by inspiration

If you want to get in touch with Ahlam, you can find her on Instagram @hibiscuswomb

The quote she mentioned is: people can only meet you as deeply as they’ve met themselves. “ (by Matt Kahn)

Photo Booth Bikram Yoga https://happinessafari.com/yoga/

Mirror work https://www.louisehay.com/what-is-mir…

Lamu https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamu

Book tip: The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream by Paulo Coelho 👉 https://amzn.to/335jOwB

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