About UsAssisting mothers to honor themselves and find their voice, without feeling guilty or feeling that they are not good enough
About "We Rise In Love"
WRIL’s content and programs are created by mothers, sharing their message and inspiring stories of how they could make time for what they love while still being a loving and supportive mothers for their kids.
This sacred space is about giving guidance to mothers, to finally believe that it’s possible to make time for themselves without feeling guilty or thinking that they are not good enough; to find balance and release the burden of trying hard to be perfect and making everyone else first; to be an example for their kids and others, showing that there are other fulfilling and inspiring ways to be, to live and to create; to move beyond self-judgement, and to embrace the power, the love and the gifts that are already within.
Meet Moncef Afkir
I am Moncef Afkir, from Morocco. I’m the founder of “We Rise In Love” and the host of the spiritual show “Your Divine Uniqueness”.
My true spiritual passion and his love to see people thrive, led him to leave the corporate world and his career as an Electronics/Telecommunication Engineer, to dedicate himself to contributing to the current global awakening.
I felt strongly guided to create “We Rise In Love” as a contribution to the awakening of the Divine Feminine, holding a space for spiritually aware mothers to awaken their true power and light.
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