Welcome to Be-khudi
Be-khudi is a space where you can reinforce a positive mindset, believe in your ability to self-heal, and find inner peace. We provide guided meditations and inspirational content for healthy, mindful, and conscious living.
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About Tehmina and Zohaib
Be-khudi was founded in July 2019. It was born out of our experience and the realization that taking responsibility for our mental, emotional, and spiritual health is fundamental to living a fulfilling and abundant life.
Seeing the transformative effects of Meditation and Mindfulness and finding its practices and ideas resonate with age-old wisdom from our own culture was truly inspiring. Thus, began this journey of artistic reinvention, reading, re-reading, translation, and essentially “searching” …
and Head of Educational Programmes
at the ISMC, Aga Khan University, UK
Coke Studio, Pakistan
Design Studio, Pakistan.
When I heard this news, I remember talking to my husband and saying, “I want to make every child in Pakistan meditate”. Meditation seemed like the only obvious answer in that moment.
I met this beautiful girl in the mountains, in the middle of a valley, out of nowhere. She was one of a small group of children who came to us, when we got off from our van at the riverside. Most of them were selling eggs. But my eyes instantly caught this girl dressed in red. I kept looking at her, and she looked back at me and we kept smiling each other.
The recent incident in Canada has been really heart breaking and it has brought forth the fear of ‘sudden death’ for many, including myself. Keeping this in mind, I wanted to share how in my journey through depression, even though I was struggling with many different challenges, one of the greatest challenges was the “fear of death”. I battled with countless sleepless nights, because the moment I closed my eyes, the walls of my grave would appear around me and start caving in and that very minute, I would go into panic. Once stuck in this vortex, I would find it very hard to make my way up again. And each time I would fall deeper.