Eiman Al Zaabi Overcame 7 Years of Depression
Pretty much everyone has gone through a dark time at one point in their lives. However, more often than not, it is just a temporary phase, an experience that passes with time. For Eiman Al Zaabi, though, the darkness stayed for a span of seven long years.
As a young woman, Eiman had always been keen on doing something big in her life, something that would matter in the greater scheme of things. Like many of us, though, she was unaware of where her true interests and talents lay. Struggling to find that sense of achievement and a vision to pursue, Eiman fell into depression. Yet what seemed to be a quicksand that Eiman wasn’t able to get free from was actually the path that was taking her to her impending success.
Eiman began a spiritual journey of exploration and inquiry. She asked questions about the soul, the self, and the ego. She observed the world around her. She delved into established religion and modern spiritual thought. Her depression finally lifted after she found peace in surrendering to the Almighty. Eiman had taken several other measures to overcome her depression, but none of them worked this well.
It was a story she found worth telling. Inspired by her own struggle and experience of personal transformation, she published a book called The Art of Surrender: A Practical Guide to Enlightened Happiness and Well-Being. As the title suggests, the book talks about devoting yourself to the Creator. In it, Eiman tells the tale of how this practice put an end to her own longstanding depression.
Eiman’s book did well in the market, as many people could relate to her story. This led her to open a new pathway in her life, one that invites people to seek the word of Almighty and discover the true peace that lies in connecting with him. She went on to become a spiritual teacher.
Eiman is now writing a second book on the topic of surrender. She hopes that her words will continue to touch the hearts of readers. The Art of Surrender is currently available through Amazon. You can also learn more about her by visiting her website, www.eimanalzaabi.com.