My name is Ramsha. I am here to help you heal your relationships: to reclaim your freedom & inner peace.
I am an author, and here’s my story.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, I was frustrated by the gaps in our current education system. School wasn’t really teaching us tools that would help us in real life, in our relationships or our connection with our Creator.
Since this could lead to a generation with mental and spiritual health issues, I wanted to be part of the solution. I decided to go back to school to become a therapist, and start a company that would design fun, high energy programs to help.
Till now, I have spent 8 years meditating, studying and reflecting deeply on the truths of life. This led to more miracles than I can share on this page, and discoveries that might take me a lifetime to ‘bring to light.’ The truth really does set you free.
My greatest desire now is to leave behind warmth, love and a positive legacy. That became IQRA Dream Inc., a unique wellness start-up that creates safe space programs to transform your mental and spiritual health.
To reignite the fire of your soul. To inspire you to fall in love with The Source of Love Himself.
I am not a scholar, but a seeker. Thus, my goals in life are two-fold:
-> to live my highest destiny by continually transcending my ego
-> to be at peace and heal myself + others as my Creator Wills
Books have been my safe space for as long as I can remember. I love escaping into self-help books these days, although Secrets of Divine Love is probably my all-time favorite 🙂
At the end of it all, I am a lover of God and His Beloved Prophet (peace be upon him), a wife, a daughter, a big sister, an intense researcher, and a servant of The Most Merciful empowered by His Calling. Oh, and I also love tea-making and Sufi poetry.
Lots of prayers for you, my friend —
By your side,
cc: your millenial big sis & therapist-in-training
Words of Wisdom: The Creator & creation
Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done.Robert A. Heinlein
There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so…Shakespeare
Is the reward for good anything except good?Quran 55:60