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The Mindful Muslim is an Inspirited Minds podcast that hosts raw, open, and honest conversations on various topics within the sphere of mental health, psychology, Islam and spirituality.

This episodes sees us talking with Rayesa Gheewala, a Divorced Muslimah Coach. Rayesa has served the Muslimah community since 2016 and supports women in reinventing and thriving as a whole, healthy, and best version of themselves. She focuses on empowering women to flow toward the next chapter of their lives with peace, clarity, confidence, compassion, tawakkul, and joy.

She delved into the following topics:

  • Using the difficulties in your life such as divorce as a way to return to your fitra and improve your relationship with Allah
  • The importance of communicating and prioritising your thinking, feeling and emotions in relationships
  • The stigmas surrounding divorce and how to find peace during and after divorce
  • How to Reinvent Yourself for the next chapter after Divorce
  • Peaceful Parting, Processing grief, Closure through acceptance and hope
  • & so much more!

Rayesa can be found on instagram @rayesagheewala or on her website.

If you would like to ask our team a question, suggest a topic you would like us to discuss one of the episodes or even feature as a guest speaker, then please do get in touch with the Mindful Muslim Podcast Team at podcast@inspiritedminds.org.uk.

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Sivan Kader

Sivan Kader

Sivan is a Biomedical Sciences and Clinical Neuroscience graduate from Queen Mary, University of London and King’s College London. She hopes to combine her learning from personal experience with mental illness, with the passion to drive positive change, to ultimately empower others to take care of their mental wellbeing. With a background in research, and having worked with a social enterprise, she has joined Inspirited Minds to help shed light on mental health stigma in the Muslim community, in particular, and work towards encouraging dialogue, empathy, and compassion.

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