The creation of this mindfulness coloring book began in the hope that it will help you unwind, settle down, and enter a calm, flowing state of mind
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Available at Readers and DNA Bookstores in Jordan and Kinokuniya Book Stores in the UAE. Each copy sold will contribute to feeding those in need across Jordan.
The creation of this mindfulness coloring book began in the hope that it will help you unwind, settle down, and enter a calm, flowing state of mind. As you color, tap into your breath, connect to your heart, the doorway to the healing light of the 99 Divine Names, or Divine Attributes of the Almighty.
Shade in colors of your choice with crayons, pencils, or felt-tip markers to generate a sense of stillness and wellness. Enter a peaceful place as you color and relax and immerse yourself in this soothing activity, stimulating areas in your brain related to motor skills and creativity.
Let the act of coloring remind you of the importance of slowing down, releasing your creative side, and appreciating the beauty found within. The unique, arabesque graphic designs range in difficulty, inviting you and your family to participate at your own pace and suit your mood. Perforated pages allow you to easily tear out your artwork to share, frame, or gift.
We carry these sacred names and more in our hearts. I am continuously encouraged by each of these spiritual concepts as I help you build a positive lifestyle that promotes health renewal.
By tapping into these Divine Attributes and opening your heart to their messages, you can attract a deep, meaningful transformation in your body, mind, and spirit.
In conjunction with the health coaching techniques I use with you, my Divine Names Mindfulness Coloring Book not only aids you in establishing affirmative habits, but supports you in continuing to walk your healing journey after our sessions together.
Get started today, so you can take more control of your health and regain more energy and vitality.
|Irbid||Daily except Saturday||The borders of Jaber, Mugheer Al-Sarhan, Sakib, Gaza camp, Al-Kuttah and Umm Al-Qattin|
|Daily except Saturday||Al-Mazar Al-Shamali, Arjan, Halawa and Jdita|
|Daily except Saturday||Sobha, Sobhia, Mansheya Bani Hassan and Umm Lulu|
|Daily except Saturday||Alhashmeyye, Al-Wahadna, Rason, Halawa, Al-Ba’un, Arhaba, Umm Al-Qattin, Fa’a, and Al-Dafana|
|Daily except Saturday||Zaatari camp, Salhiya, North Badia, Azraq, Northern Jordan Valley, Koura, Mashari’ and Liwa al-Tayyiba|
|Daily except Saturday||The villages of Bani Kinana, Sahem, Umm Qais, Malak, Kafr Soum, Kafr Asad, Alal and Al Mughayr|
|Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday||Bani Kenana, Hakama, Sal, Al Mughayer (Distribution of medicines)|
|Saturday, Monday & Wednesday||The 60 Road, Kafrioba, Taybeh, Sama, Kfarsed and Koura (Distribution of medicines)|
|Sunday & Tuesday||Sakhrah, Ebin and Souf camp|
|Monday & Wednesday||Al Shajara, Al Thunaiba and Amrawa (the villages of the Ramtha area)|
|Monday & Wednesday||Al-Omari Border Crossing|
|Saturday||Burma (Subrub in Jerash City)|
|No Service||Al Karamah Border Crossing & Al-Himmah Al-Ordonyah|
|Amman||Sunday & Wednesday||Madaba City (Dhiban, American University, Libb, Umm ar-Rasas, Mrejet & Malih) Alghadeer, Alharthyeen & Alhelaleya|
|Monday||Areinba Al Sharqiyah, Areinba Al Gharbiyah & Dab’aa|
|Sunday & Wednesday||Salt City (Zayy, Allan, As-Subayhi & Princess Rahma University College )|
|Monday||Salt City ( Ira & Yarga Sub-District, Batna & Wadi Shueib)|
|Daily except Thursday||The Jordan Valley – Deir Alla, Jouffa Al-Kafirin, Al-Rawdah and Al-Rama|
|Daily except Saturday||Na’ur|
|Zarqa||Saturday||The villages of Bani Hashem, Duqra, Al Alouk, Birin, Abu Al-Zeghan, Al-Bustan suburb and Umm Rummaneh|
|Saturday & Tuesday||Balama, Almazaraa & Znaya|
|Al Karak||Saturday||Al-Hussainiya, Al-Omar and Al-Taybeh villages, Al-Nuaimat villages, Adhrh, Al-Ash’ari, Al-Manshiyya and Al-Mujib|
|Saturday & Sunday||Al-Qatrana, Aldamkhi & Manaseer Cement Factory|
|Tuesday||Ayy, Aleraq, Dhat Ras and the villages of Al-Kharsha|
|Monday, Tuesday & Thursday||Shidiyah and Al-Jafr|
|Saturday, Sunday &Wednesday||Al-Quwaira, Al-Marigha, Al-Rashidiyah, Ras Al-Naqab, Wadi Rum, Al-Gal, Al-Disa, Faqoua and the villages of Al-Hamayda|
|Aqaba||No Service||Wadi Araba|