All of us carry wounds that we are too afraid to show the world. More often than not, these are the wounds that render us powerless and make us feel vulnerable. It will take empathy, patience, and self-love to heal our minds, bodies, and souls. But the moment we allow ourselves to embark on the journey of healing, we can be unstoppable.
Stepping into her light and reclaiming her power, Kashon Abdul-Qadir has discovered the true power of self-healing. It took her a series of scorching trials before realizing that although being healed is often hailed as a glorious milestone, the healing process itself is ongoing and replete with pain and hurt.
But looking back on her journey, she can say with utmost pride and confidence that the ugly parts of healing are nothing compared to the beauty that awaits. To uplift the weary and bring life back to the hopeless, Kashon created The Abundant Me as an avenue where individuals are empowered to set out on their quest for healing.
Grounded on the mission of giving women affordable access to spiritual development, The Abundant Me proves to be a helpful tool in living a fruitful life brimming with holistic harmony even during seemingly challenging situations.
Before taking the reins on The Abundant Me, Kashon walked away from the security of her six-figure job to live life on her terms and start her online boutique where she could get to work from home. But aside from juggling between being a single mother and a struggling business owner, she also had to battle lupus, an autoimmune disease that is a heavy plight to carry.
After years of facing the dire consequences of the disease, Kashon found herself feeling stressed, depressed, lost, and angry. And for quite some time, she thought that she was already at a dead end. However, the warrior within her sprung up and introduced her to the world of spirituality. At that time, she was able to shift her mindset, get a coach, and meet supportive individuals who share the same passion and goals.
As things were finally looking up for Kashon, she was blessed with a loving husband who helped her build a wonderful and growing family. And after spending the last six years on her mental, spiritual, and overall development, she has trained with master teachers in Reiki, Kundalini, Feminine Essence, Inner Bonding, and many more. As a result, she has welcomed goodness into her life.
If there is one thing that Kashon can take away from her road to recovery, it will be that healing has the ability to restore the broken with the vigor they need to thrive in life. In addition, she explains that healing relieves anyone of the vulnerabilities and frailties deep-rooted wounds can bring.
And as one of the foremost advocates of self-development and self-realization, Kashon invites everyone to free themselves from the shackles of despair and dive into the wonders of healing.
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