Book Review: Reclaim Your Heart By Yasmin Mogahed
Reclaim Your Heart by Yasmin Mogahed is an excellent resource for women around the world on handling everyday challenges with a positive attitude. Review Learn how to live your best life today.
Reclaim your heart is about becoming aware of your surroundings and how they can affect you. The book contains many religious references to Islam and how it should be applied to day-to-day life. There are several exercises you can do to help open your heart and mind to clearer thinking. The book encourages self-awareness and personal growth. This book will help you realize that everything in life can be taken away from you except your heart and mind. A great book to explore your religion and enrich your self-knowledge.
This is a great book for anyone who wants to learn more about themselves, their emotions and their beliefs. It’s also helpful for anyone who wants to learn more about Islam as a religion or has questions about this faith. This is not a handbook on how to pray or how to go through life, but rather it’s an exploration into what it means to be human and how we can better ourselves by connecting with our hearts instead of our minds at times when it feels like we’re losing control over our lives.
The thesis of the book is to help you reclaim your heart from the clutches of negativity and bad thoughts that can cause you harm.
It contains exercises for you to practice and contemplate about in order to open up your mind and heart to new experiences. The exercises are very easy to follow and can be done by anyone.
You will also learn how negative emotions such as anger, jealousy, envy can affect your life negatively if not dealt with properly.
Reclaiming Your Heart is a book written by Yasmin Mogahed, who was born in London, England but raised in Canada by Egyptian parents. She grew up practicing Islam, but never became very religious until she went to college where she studied psychology and neuroscience. After college she moved back to her home city of Toronto where she worked as an editorial assistant at a magazine called “Dish” which focused on Canadian culture and media. In 2008 she became the executive director at the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies where she led research on Muslims in America including interviews with American Muslims about how they felt about their identity as Americans
I would recommend this book for anyone who wants an easy read but also wants something that will help them gain insight into themselves as well as others around them.