Just over three years ago I made the decision to quit my job and follow my heart. I had known since I was a child that I was fascinated by the human mind and the human body. I also knew that I wanted to be healer. I had big questions that the mind could not answer. This came across as wanting to be a psychologist, gymnast, doctor and well, a hippie.
Little did I know what life had in store for me. The perfect “job” that combined everything I love. I can truly say that “work” is actually “play” and that I truly see my relationship with everyone I come across as a teacher is a blessing, a chance for growth and a moment of falling in love. I work with people who are genuinely happy to be here and all I think is “far out! This is how I spend most my day!”
I am thankful every day that I had acted “crazy” and took a leap of faith without knowing where I would land. I am thankful for following my gut, my heart and all the signs that led me here. I would like to say thank you to all of you who shared the journey Namaste has taken so far and those who soon will.
Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.
Metta Always, Weam
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Weam is the founder of Namaste. She had started a very deep and intense spiritual journey at a young age having refused to continue to suffer with the common challenges of her generation: depression, anxiety and being lost. She insisted that there must be more to life than the constant rat race she was in