Ayesha Aamir: TTT – Touch The Truths of life
TTT stands for Trainer The Trainer. But that’s not what it means to me.
For me, it’s more like Touch The Truths (TTT) of life!
I am 32 years old. My birthday falls on 19th December. This was the day in 2011 when my life took a U turn.
I have been working as a Head Mistress at Roots Millennium Schools in Islamabad. Starting as an assistant teacher for grade 2 at OPF Islamabad, it is now my 11th year of job. My personal and professional lives have been full of ups and downs and I still have a long way to reach my destiny.
That day, I was sitting at Roots conference hall and gathering my thoughts on how I will be accompanying my friends to attend a new training session for the next three days with Wali Zahid. I never imagined that it won’t be just another training. That it will transform my life for ever.
I just don’t know what was in that room that allowed me to speak out all that I never did in my life before. I shared all I ever wanted to share or say. No one actually stopped or overwhelmed me. Sir Wali answered all those open-ended questions which no one answered before in a public space.
During those three days, I met with myself.
I realised that it was not always me who was right or wrong; it were those unanswered questions and my assumptions which had put me in trouble for my entire life.
I always dreamt of ‘being myself’ but never got the courage. Sir Wali gave me that audacity to move on in life.
After the course was over, I was able to live my dreams and have all the spiritual success that I strived for. I truly found myself!
I remember when Sir Wali said that TTT will change your life in three months, but in my case, TTT changed me within those three days!
After attending the course the most challenging task was to unlearn my whole life’s experiences and then to relearn the newfound realities.
I couldn’t sleep for many days and was so confused on what to do now? Questions like if I start living the way I want to what my family and friends will say bothered me. But I got the answer from Sir Wali: if you start living in your own way, they will react matching your style. And that’s precisely what happened.
Now my family and people around take me the way I am. I earned respect, position, status, money and, above all, I now have my soul intact.
Today, I can proudly say that TTT itself is an experience and I was the lucky one who experienced it just when I needed it badly.
Ayesha Aamir currently works as a Head Mistress at Roots Millennium Schools. She is an educator and her job description is to do: Umeed ka karobar (dealer in hope).