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TUNISIA – Hinda Djeridi: “We are all awakeners of consciousness”

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Hinda Djeridi

A great humanist at heart, in love with unconditional love, handling words with delicacy and gratitude, the multi-faceted woman Hinda Djeridi indulges in ze-Africanews.com. Its rich journey of experience invites readers to an awakening of awareness of their multidimensional ability to be the best version of themselves. She knew how to make of her sufferings a force to exploit the field of all possible.


Ze-Africanews: Could you introduce yourself to our readers?
Hinda Djeridi:
I am a naturopath and energeticist, radio host, speaker, Franco-Tunisian writer and president of the association Inaya Sans Frontières. After working for sixteen years as a pharmacy instructor, I became a naturopath (a graduate of Robert Masson’s CENA school) following an accident at work on September 11, 2004. On that day, it can be said that I knew what the words spirituality and ascension of humanity meant. It completely changed all my beliefs and beliefs. I have always been a humanist and deeply committed to human rights and even more so to the oppressed, the orphaned and the most disadvantaged. The current world is in great pain and the word humanism takes its full meaning in my commitments. The awakening of consciences is a duty for each one of us and even more so for those who learn a science because it must be transmitted to the greatest number of humans.

Ze-Africanews: You are a writer and your first book “The Soul of Ramadan” was released in February 2018. Why have you chosen this theme, especially today, where Islam is increasingly feared? 
Hinda Djeridi:
Islam scares those who do not know it. Ignorance is the worst scourge of our humanity because it creates multiple damages, conflicts, wars, separations and especially false prophets that mislead many people. It is also blessed bread for great manipulators who seek scapegoats for misfortune and human misery. For me, this book is a blessing, a happiness, a transmission of my spiritual essence in search of the soul of Ramadan, of the world of subtlety, of the nonpalpable, of the transcendental. It is a multi-dimensional book divided into thirty tips on the benefits of fasting on the body, mind and soul. But it is also a writing filled with unconditional love, compassion, solidarity and peace. I am looking for an ideal where every human being, whatever his skin colour, his religion, his ideas can live in peace and harmony. I often think of Martin Luther King’s quote, “We must learn to live together as brothers, or we will all die together as idiots”.

Hinda Djeridi

Ze-Africanews: Is it a need for you to write? 
Hinda Djeridi:
I have always loved writing, it is my way of exteriorizing my past demons, my negative emotions, my multiple traumas and disappointments. As a child, I wrote many poems, texts full of suffering, hope and dreams. I was an introverted child, misunderstood and rejected by a society too perfect based on appearance and not on being. Luckily I had writing, it was a form of therapy where each of my anxiety-provoking emotions turned into strength and creativity. It is also a way for me to feel useful for humanity, I am a lover of unconditional Love who loves the inspiration of the Source and transmit it through words. They are rich in vibrations, meanings and stories. Words sing, they can heal as destroying hence the importance of handling writing with much benevolence, respect and depth.

Ze-Africanews: You have several hats including that of radio host, can you tell us about it?
Hinda Djeridi:
Yes, I am a radio host and host of Good Vibes on radio Awledna in Paris 16. It is a program that takes place every Monday from 12h to 14h and which aims to value the human being in all its dimensions, to put forward little known writers, budding artists, entrepreneurs, awakeners of consciences in joy, good mood and above all a positive attitude. The media has become a big part of people’s daily lives and I believe this is the best way to deliver positive and caring messages to listeners who have been through more than two years of the covid pandemic, not to mention those who have lost loved ones. It is time to humanize the media to serve the best interests of our humanity.

Hinda Djeridi

Ze-Africanews: You are also energetic, what is your care in the office?
Hinda Djeridi:
You have to know that everything is energy, fauna, flora, sun, moon, everything that surrounds us is inside of us. We have an energetic body that is constantly disturbed by electromagnetic pollution, emotions, trauma, conflict, jealousy and negative thoughts of self and others. All that is not transcended in the present moment and not digested will be crystallized at the level of the subtle bodies and then materialized at the level of the physical body and created diseases, imbalances and self-destruction. We are transmitters and receivers and if we keep negative energies in us, they will eventually create blockages in all areas, professional, love or other. One must be aware of the power of the field of all possibilities, of the present moment, hence the importance of keeping a high vibratory rate and positive thoughts. Energy care releases energies, memories and especially negative transgenerational ones that can block entire generations and repeat destructive patterns of life. During the session, I had several women who had a blockage at the sacred or sexual chakra and could not have children despite normal biological results. After an energy cleaning and a release of women became pregnant. It is a true divine grace because what I transmit during my care is unconditional love for the bodies to heal themselves and restore a normal vibratory rate.

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Ze-Africanews: Now, we want to know the president of the association Inaya Sans Frontières, why did you choose to be part of the associative world?
Hinda Djeridi:
As a believing woman, I have this phrase that goes back and forth in my head: «the best of you and the one that is most useful for humanity», the word of the prophet of Islam (peace and blessing upon him). I am convinced that I am invested by a mission like every other person on earth, but some are not yet aware of it. There are more than 7.753 billion people on earth, many of whom suffer from war, famine, disease, and if only we could create human bridges and help the poorest, the oppressed, the sick and the orphans. The associative world came to me as evidence. Doing good and passing on unconditional love is a duty and even more so today with my mother’s death in August 2021 due to covid. She was a pious, benevolent woman who helped the less fortunate discreetly without anyone knowing it. My mother is my role model and I thank my parents for giving me the best of education, the love of my neighbour without distinction of skin colour or religion. 

Ze-Africanews: Finally, if readers want to contact you, how?
Hinda Djeridi:
I am on all social networks, facebook, instagram or directly on my website www.naturopathie-du-etre.com .

       

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