Artist, entrepreneur, and hypnotherapist Akasha Auset Rah is putting her many talents to good use as she looks to bring healing to people who are experiencing the pain of abuse. Her various ventures and non-profit work is putting her on a path of significant influence and could be the key to ending domestic violence in many places across the region and possibly the nation.
For Akasha, the fight for women’s rights is one close to her heart. That’s because she was once a victim of domestic and sexual abuse herself. But even with the darkness of her past, Aksasha has found a way to overcome. Today, her resolve is to help others change their lives for the better and to experience release from the cycle of pain and abuse.
In the past few years, Akasha has started several businesses with a cause. One of her ventures includes a transdimensional entertainment platform called #NOBASICS. The talent management and media entity provides a non-basic approach to various issues by producing social projects through various expressions, such as film, fashion, and social movement. These expressions are all in the founder’s wheelhouse. On top of being a serial entrepreneur, Akasha is also a filmmaker, fashion model, and designer. She has appeared in multiple short films, including A Life of a Spy and Motion of the Ocean. She also appeared in The Legend of Bruce Lee as the character Jones.
Akasha is also a rap artist who has written and recorded several songs, including “Akasha-Tequila,” “Akasha Is Here,” and “Black Power.” Her rap style stands out in the sea of rap tracks as her sound blends perfectly with her hypnotic voice, owing to the hypnosis she practices, and flowing style. The incredible sound she makes helps her differentiate herself from all the rest. Akasha is also someone who has traveled to and resided in many places. That experience brings together various cultures and identities to her sound. Akasha was initially born and raised in a small city in Southern Russia close to the Black Sea called Krasnodar. Later on, the artist moved to China and then to New York. Today she is a Los Angeles local and does most of her work in the vicinity.
Akasha is also a certified hypnotherapist. She runs a practice called Dragon’s Hollow Healing Portal, which provides hypnotherapy and spiritual guidance to those who seek internal recompense. Connected to the practice is Akasha’s non-profit organization called Temple of Akasha, a non-profit religious organization with no denomination made to empower women who have lost their place in the world. The non-profit also drives Akasha’s initiative to help those who are victims of sexual and domestic abuse.
As a public figure with a powerful platform, Akasha is not afraid to speak boldly on issues of women’s rights, abuse, and violence. She hopes that through her platform, ventures, creative work, and charity work, people with no voice will get the chance to be heard through her.To the artist, entrepreneur, and advocate, this is just the beginning. Akasha looks forward to doing more to further her mission and to increase awareness on causes that she feels drawn to. To follow Akasha, her works, and her music, you can visit her website, Facebook, and Instagram.