Originally Aired August 5th-on demand on Positive Living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guest Mirela Sula
Mirela Sula has just launch a Magazine in London UK called The Migrant Woman, (now called Global Woman) we are going to discover her journey to not only as an accomplished author, a Psychotherapist and an emigrant but also to the fact she truly is living her D.I.V.A with her ability to dream, inspire, visualize and aspire to what is possible. We will discuss her magazine The Migrant Woman and her latest book, “Don’t Let your mind go” and how you with an open mind heart and soul you can live your divine journey in life.
WOMEN OF THE UNIVERSE
The aim of the Migrant Woman magazine is not to complain, not to portray an image of being the victim, not to blame, but to feel proud of what we are and to invite other women to feel positive for what they are. The truth is that I have met so many migrant women that are extremely smart, clever, resilient, and successful, who have started their life from scratch and they are in a great place today. On the other hand I have met women who have had a career in their own country, they had a profession, an aspiration and a dream, and when they arrive in the new country they give up.
Mirela Sula was born in Albania. Graduated with a degree in Language and Literature, and then with a Master’s Degree in Counselling and Psychology at the University of Sheffield. Mirela specialises in Positive Psychotherapy and Family Therapy. She worked as a journalist for the “Panorama” daily newspaper, and was the editor-in-chief of the weekly supplements, “Psychology” and “Woman”. Mirela was the founder and at the same time editor-in-chief of the “Psychology” magazine, and then publisher of “Psycho-Style” one of the most successful magazines in Albania. She was a panellist of a very popular show called “Love
Mirela has been residing in London since September 2012 with her 15 year old son, working on a PhD in Psychology at the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology, at Regents University. She has been the Editor in Chief of the “Albanian Woman” newspaper published in London, and now she leads the “Migrant Woman” Magazine in London. She also works as a trainer of Domestic Violence at Solace Women’s Aid, London UK.
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Mirela practises meditation and was the first person that introduced TM in a small country like Albania, to an audience unfamiliar with this. With the support of philanthropist Hetem Ramadani she led the TM project in Albania, giving the opportunity to all the Albanian people to learn techniques of meditation with TM trainers from Maharishi Centre.
Her latest book
In “Don’t Let Your Mind Go” psychotherapist MIrela Sula draws on her own personal and professional experiences and those of her mother to produce a book that is poignant, profound and moving. The stories she shares are wise, insightful and beautifully written.
Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D., best-selling author of Transcendence and The Gift of Adversity.
“This book is filled with pearls of wisdom laced with stories that make the pearls shine. Anyone reading it will be inspired and guided in the process of cultivating a healthy, thriving mind. I recommend it to everyone. “
Harville Hendrix, Ph. D. Author, Getting the Love You Want and co-author with Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph. D. of Making Marriage Simple
Endorsement from Albanian personalities
Through this book, Mirela Sula showed that the greater hunger of the human being is not money, titles, sex, etc… But it is the activation of dimensions that exist inside our potential to live in fullness. The author does not make changes but passes amendments, namely making radical transformations to find the meaning of life in all of its stages. Mirela Sula, with this book teaches us that, if the “WHY” exists then there is a “HOW.”