We had the good fortune of connecting with Mina Khanaman and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Mina, can you walk us through the thought-process of starting your business?
To LIVE in purpose, and give back to my community. I have always wanted to do something to make an impact, and I have always been drawn to people that are impactful. My intention behind creating Moksha Elements has always been to have a container for people that are in the journey of self-liberation. To provide the tools people need to have a more peaceful and aligned life.
What should our readers know about your business?
One thing has always been clear about the work I do. To be super intention and clear about WHY I am doing this type of work. I check and recheck my ethics and reasoning on daily basis. I am here to help and be in service. I am here to light the road for anyone that feels lost or confused. I am here to remind people of their own unique light and rainbow they carry in their soul. I am here to set an example and be a helping hand for this short lifetime I get to live.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Anything nature related would bring the soul peace and harmony. I would take my dear friend on a hike in Topanga, to ground back to nature and destress from any tension resigning in the body. Then we would have lunch in Malibu to connect to the powerful healing energy of the ocean while having deep, soul connecting conversions. and somewhere along the night, after watching the sunset, we’ll come back home and create a little bonfire in our backyard oasis to connect to the fire element, and activate the third eye while sipping on some good herbal tea.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I have been blessed with so many amazing friends, teachers, mentors and coaches that have helped me along more journey thus far. My partner Alex (Masoud) Far has been my biggest supporter. My best friend Tara Gharai for always supporting and listening to my crazy ideas. My mom, sister, and brothers but always believing in me. My amazing Yoga instructor Vivica Schwartz for holding my hard and introducing me to what the true practice of Yoga is. My amazing friend, mentor, and spiritual teacher Lida Ebrahimi for being my most important mentor during my self-liberation journey and so many other amazing souls that have crossed my path thus far.
Facebook: mina khanaman