Hello!

I’m Sohail​

A trauma recovery facilitator, 
intuitive guide, and personal coach.
I am dedicated to midwife personal
experiences of rebirth by increasing
self-awareness through subconscious 
inner work.

Hello!

I'm Sohail

A trauma recovery facilitator, intuitive guide,
and personal coach. I am dedicated to
midwife personal experiences of rebirth
by increasing self-awareness through
subconscious inner work.

Hello!

I'm Sohail

A trauma recovery facilitator, intuitive guide, and personal coach.
I am dedicated to midwife personal experiences of rebirth by increasing self-awareness through subconscious inner work.

I believe that the key to feeling good and what you really want in life is to go into the direction of feelings itself. I know it feels terrifying.

I understand that like most people on this planet, you are also running away from your feelings, especially, the inner demons.

I also understand that band-aiding your pain with comfort isn’t working for you. And it hasn’t worked for anyone. I can imagine you being taken over by these dark sides when you are in difficult situations with your friends, families and loved ones. You feel back to square one.

Believe me! there’re no short cuts. If there were, people would have had discovered them already.

 I know what you are thinking. Don’t be afraid. Once you are willing to embrace and face your inner demons and darkness, you will see cyanid turning into honey, hemlock transforming into cup of life.

Shadow and inner journey work is key to feeling good and enduring happiness in the long run

Story

I have been perpetually wounded by separation, rejection and abandonment in my life.

When I was a child, my mother attempted to set herself on fire. One day I was coming from school and I saw people throwing my family out of the house because of debts. Physical and emotional violence was a daily chore in the extended family. I was highly emotionally neglected. In school, I was put down by my teachers as stupid and unintelligent. My friends use to bully me because of my weight. The whole family and social environment took a heavy toll on my delicate nervous system. 

I was a sensitive child and was barely able to handle all this. I used to feel powerless and hopeless all the time as nobody ever helped me find the resolve. I was left on my own. As a recourse, becoming enmeshed to a bunch of narcissists in the family, pleasing others in school and in social environment was the safest thing that got me going. I was afraid to share my likes and dislikes thinking people will leave or reject me. Sense of loss used to lurk around me like an axe that is about to fall.

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I lost touch with my internal guidance system and personal truth, but by becoming aware of my emotional body, I rediscovered them

I lost touch with my internal guidance system and personal truth, but by becoming aware of my emotional body, I rediscovered them

The turning point...

In 2008, I went through my darkest night of the soul. I was alone in my room. Sobbing like a child. Dabbling with excruciating pain. Nothing seemed soothing. I was dissociating with the feelings of hopelessness and powerlessness of failing to get rid of the pain.

Standing nearby the window, looking at the clear blue sky, I was longing for a miracle. I had almost given up that day. I thought life is over. There is no meaning left. I was being abandoned by the girl that I deeply loved. My world got upside down.

I picked my cell phone and called my guide. After listening to me patiently, he asked me to go inward, pay attention to and explore what this pain is trying to convey to me; and then listen to it carefully. 

Initially, I got upset. I thought this old man is not in his mind. I wanted some comfort but he is pushing me into the very pit I am trying to avoid.

Believing I had nothing to loose, I stepped inward, into the very pain I was running away from. It was like entering a dark tunnel with no light. I was shaking and palpitating but remained present with the feeling. 

In few minutes, I noticed a shift, the thunderstorm began to calm. The hard ice started to melt. I arrived at a point where I began to see light at the end of the tunnel. I didn’t stop there and continue traveling the unknown path. 

A time came where I experienced first sign of relief. I was pleasantly surprised. I was jumping up and down inside. It was kind of a mystical awakening. 

The turning point...

In 2008, I went through my darkest night of the soul. I was alone in my room. Sobbing like a child. Dabbling with excruciating pain. Nothing seemed soothing. I was dissociating with the feelings of hopelessness and powerlessness of failing to get rid of the pain.

Standing nearby the window, looking at the clear blue sky, I was longing for a miracle. I had almost given up that day. I thought life is over. There is no meaning left. I was being abandoned by the girl that I deeply loved. My world got upside down.

I picked my cell phone and called my guide. After listening to me patiently, he asked me to go inward, pay attention to and explore what this pain is trying to convey to me; and then listen to it carefully. 

Initially, I got upset. I thought this old man is not in his mind. I wanted some comfort but he is pushing me into the very pit I am trying to avoid.

This was the beginning of my journey into psychology, spirituality, and self help. Spending some years in self-awareness and healing my own childhood trauma inspired me to share what I have learned over these years.

That experience changed my whole life and taught me a great lesson about how to deal with my internal world – which is going towards pain in order to cure it. What Rumi said centuries ago.

This was the beginning of my journey into psychology, spirituality, and self help. Spending some years in self-awareness and healing my own childhood trauma inspired me to share what I have learned over these years.

That experience changed my whole life and taught me a great lesson about how to deal with my internal world – which is going towards pain in order to cure it. What Rumi said centuries ago.