She empathizes with women throughout the world who experience domestic and social abuse, especially in underdeveloped regions where primitive behaviors are not condemned.
Khaleda Najeem Sallade is an Afghan American who grew up in Afghanistan and Rochester, NY. She currently lives in Pittsford, NY, with her husband and twobeautiful children. She is the founder of Eternal Lightness LLC which offers spiritual coaching."I woman Unveiled" is an inspirational story of awakening to one's true nature. The message of the book is, "I know myself through my stories." Khaleda believes that we all journey through life in search of love, even when we operate with lack of it, because our will to choose is given to us out of unconditional love by that force that moves us. This is just the paradoxical nature of our journeys, as all things will ultimately converge toward Love. With this belief, she shares how all her life experiences converged to her finding her own love - her true nature.She writes from the heart. The book provides the reader a roadmap to his or her own inner healing and truth.
Her message of humility and Love will touch the heart of every reader, regardless of gender, race, culture and place of origin, because she speaks through the voice of her soul as the observer and creator of her stories. She takes the reader through a moving and intimate journey of her event-filled life beginning with her childhood in a dangerous and violent Afghanistan, escaping into Pakistan and ultimately arriving in the U.S. as a political refugee. She shares her healing journey as she fought to hold onto her life during a very long, intense 'Dark Night of the Soul' initiated by a massive nervous breakdown, which ultimately led to the insight that she had chosen this life path and all of its trauma and hardship, in order to know her unique divine nature and purpose.
Khaleda's message of humility is extended to those who seek her spiritual guidance and to others through her facebook page: Khaleda Sallade - I Woman Unveiled. She empathizes with women throughout the world who experience domestic and social abuse, especially in underdeveloped regions where primitive behaviors are not condemned. Because of her childhood years living in Afghanistan, she is familiar with the cultural norms that supersede religious teachings on how to treat women. She recently published an article expressing her views on Afghan women's rights to vote and struggles with constant brutalities against them in their homes and communities. Her belief is that we ought to value women for their gifts just as we do so for men, which is why their well-being and survival are not a priority. In her book, she describes the challenges she faced while operating in male-dominated environments, yet she was able to reclaim her feminine, and hopes that other women can find theirs as well. The book has sold copies in the US, Europe, Africa, and Asia through Amazon, B&N, and iTunes. The book will soon be available for distribution through Ingram and Baker and Taylor.
Book Name: I Woman Unveiled
Company: Eternal Lightness LLC
Pittsford, NY - 14534