New to Attachment Styles?

These patterns develop in childhood if you aren’t allowed to express anger, disappointment, and frustration. And those emotions are buried in your body, re-triggered by the smallest things.


In childhood, when you felt that you don’t matter or that you are fundamentally alone,  you unconsciously put your guard up. 

And you disconnected from your Authenticity, because you didn’t feel safe showing up as you are.

This created insecurity in your mental, emotional, and physical bodies.


The path to secure attachment involves healing and freedom.

When you heal, you can let go of insecurities, limiting beliefs, and open new pathways that allow you to consciously respond rather than react to situations.

You can unlock your full potential when you reclaim your Authenticity.

Take the quiz or explore the articles below to dive deeper into Attachment Styles and how you can greater connect with and embody your Authentic Self.


What's Your Attachment Style?

Your Attachment Style develops in childhood and determines how you show up in conflict with a partner, friends, or family members.

Articles For You to Explore

Birthday: A Celebration of My Spiritual Lineage

During the weeks leading up to my birthday this year, I fervently searched for the true meaning of a birthday. I wanted to know what it is that I am supposed to be celebrating and I assumed that once I knew that, it would be easy to figure out how I am supposed to be spending that day.

Read More »

Dasond: A Joyful Dance

Chandraat has always been about checks and balances. My mother would open her accounting log and record my parents’ earnings, deduct the amount for Dasond, and then distribute individual allowances. If it was the Chandraat after Bakra Eid, then my brother…

Read More »

From Shri Krishna to Shah Karim – My Journey Home

Of the three living generations of my family, I can confidently say that not a single person has read the Holy Quran in its entirety. Leaving the family history aside, I attempted to read it a couple different times with no real progress. So when I lived on my own in Connecticut, my time was primarily spent…

Read More »

A Higher Purpose

As a westerner in the midst of a war zone, I always wondered why such great emphasis was placed on restoring Bagh-e-Babur (Gardens of Babur) in 2002, in the center of Kabul, Afghanistan. When I visited Bagh-e-Babur in 2010, I remember thinking, “Wow, people risked…

Read More »