There is a growing interest in mindfulness and alternative spiritual practices amongst young Africans. Though many were shy about it in the past, it is a growing trend.
It’s now ‘cool’ and socially acceptable to talk about practising meditation, yoga and other spiritual practices beyond the more popular religious traditions.
Imole is a podcast that addresses such topics openly. The podcast will shed light on spiritual topics that are considered taboo in society and essential psychological and social issues that Africans tend to ignore.
Hosted by Pelumi Mohammed, Imole is conscious, relaxed and very relatable, especially to Africans on the continent and across the diaspora. It feels intimate, almost like a one-on-one therapy session.
The first season of Imole covers exciting topics like narcissistic abuse, toxic parenting, inner child work, trauma bonding, depression and the benefits of meditation.
Listen to the first season here.