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Mindfulness Series: An Islamic Approach

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How can Islamic teachings help us develop mental wellbeing and deal with anxiety and depression?

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Wiselife Academy presents a three-part series focused on Mental Wellbeing. "Be Kind To Your Mind" sessions will give you an insight into some of the causes of anxiety and depression. You will learn powerful mindfulness methods to help you manage these conditions based on Islamic principles.

Learn about the powerful method of mindfulness and its benefits for anxiety and depression, specifically from an Islamic lens, and also learn how to unlock the key benefits through deep thinking and focused attention on the 'now'. Additionally, these sessions will demonstrate the technique and power of Muraqabah and its spiritual and mental benefits that will enable you to be more reflective, present, and adaptive in any situation or circumstance.


Majid Hussain | Self-Development Instructor

Majid Hussain is a qualified barrister, teacher, mentor and tax director who specialises in Tax advisory at a reputable international accounting firm.

Majid has delivered a number of mental health awareness workshops across institutions across the UK and US namely, NYU, King's College London, LSE and BDO.

On top of his demanding work Majid has studied for 7 years with those foremost in the fields of Islamic sciences in particular theology, fiqh and in depth biography of The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him).

Harun Asif | Self-Development Instructor

Harun Asif is a self-development coach who has spent the last 5 years working with schools, academies and institutions teaching personal development from both the Islamic and secular traditions.

Having studied 7 years at an independent Islamic school he went on to complete his Theoretical Physics degree at King’s College London. He has completed further Islamic studies with various teachers, who are foremost in the topics of prophetic character, prophetic sayings (Hadith) and spirituality. He continues to study and is undertaking a practical course of prophetic self-development under the guidance of contemporary scholars.

Harun has worked at the Cabinet Office, BP, Royal Dutch Shell and currently works at Google and specialises marketing and technology.

Harun is a qualified mental health first aider and has conducted a number of mental health awareness sessions at KCL and LSE.

Session 1 - 20th February

Mindfulness: Conquer your Anxiety & Stress

Session 2 - 2nd March:

Nurture your Growth : How to unlock your inner wisdom through the power of deep reflection

Session 3 - 6th March:

Unleashing the power of positive thinking

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