Aminath’s story is quite unique, and a little different to most of our Community Member’s backgrounds, because she came from a country and family torn by political unrest and fighting.
Her father was incarcerated and her family was shunned and ostracised. Incredible shame and emotional wounds ensued.
Aminath’s identity is protected in this interview, for a very good reason. She is a prominent person on a world stage (and incredibly humble about it).
Her achievements and recognition came about because she had emerged from her childhood with a desire to be an advocate for world reform.
Yet – as result of her childhood and generational wounds – even though she had such a BIG destiny and calling, she still felt small on this inside.
Aminath was still unconsciously susceptible and primed for narcissistic abuse … which she endured.
This story is about how Aminath was able to up-level and free herself from a lifetime of anxiety and shame, and the latest narcissist, to release into true joy and the power to achieve her dreams.
And her calling …
This truly is a story I will never forget and I know you will gain many insights from listening to it.
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