Lets understand what the pain is for, why you miss her, why you want her back even though she has done all that to you. Why you feel the way you do, how to handle this feeling of inadequacy, how to get your confidence back and what to do and how to move on.
Have you ever wondered why you are built the way you are. What is it that makes you who you are? Have you ever asked yourself “ Is there more to me?”, “Is What I call my Psyche is the whole of me?” “Do I have a choice in how I act , behave, react and interact?.....
Almost all of us at one time or another find ourselves thinking thoughts that were never invited into our mind. These thoughts occupy our time and energy and some of them question everything we do, think, like or are. We wonder why such thoughts have shown up in our mind and what that means about us, what to do with them and how to manage them.
Mehran sees life as a field of play and understands that not everyone in that field plays fairly. To understand why not all of us play with same sense of fairness, we need to focus on what commands our behavior and how our thoughts are born. Throughout Mehran’s life, he has always been interested in the wellbeing of others, and since childhood he has been interested in untangling issues with patience, helping to find which issue was the cause of misunderstanding or created division between people, families, and even strangers.
Mehran grew up in a family led by his highly educated father, who had completed his education with a phD in law, and a highly dedicated, strong-willed mother, who made special efforts to create a disciplined and well-mannered family. His love for horses and nature helped him to enjoy a connection with what he considers “the essence of the universe.” His training in martial arts and the power of the mind and its connection to the energy flow of the universe made it easy for him to search for an increased understanding of what makes us tick. Mehran has learned that we are not bound by our physical appearance and we are not just a physical entity, but a combination of mind and body, matter and energy. Only when the mind and body are coordinated and move as one do we manifest our total powers to move forward and enjoy learning and better sailing in this journey of life.
Mehran’s love for peace and tranquility and understanding the relationship between the mind and body and between our energy (Ki) and the energy of the universe has been his main focus in all he has faced and all he accomplished in life. His studies with mind and body coordination in Aikido started at Lewis & Clark College, where he received his B.A. in business administration in 1977-78. He believes his biggest achievement in life is his relationship with his son.
He hopes that kindness and compassion will replace anger and hate in the world, resulting in a place worthy of human beings, who in turn have the potential to create a world worthy of traveling through and learning about while we continue this journey of life. Mehran hopes to help others as much as he can, as he believes most of our problems start and end in our minds. This has always been his motivation to learn more and share what he has learned every chance he gets.
I am so grateful that you exist. I am
so grateful that you are doing what you are doing. I
don’t know what i would have done without you.
listening to your advise is a balsam
for my soul. I have tears of gratitude in my eyes. You
have made me come back on my feet from the
deepest shit of my life. I look forward to Skyping with
Sid G. Estonia
The Breakup Pain
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Me, My Psyche & I
About this book
Have you ever wondered why you are built the way you are. What is it that makes you who you are? Have you ever asked yourself “ Is there more to me?”, “Is What I call my Psyche is the whole of me?” “Do I have a choice in how I act , behave, react and interact or everyone has to behave according to their pre-programmed instincts and there is nothing we can do about it”, “Is there anything else to me? Am I made of my brain, my education and my vision? Are these what make us who we are? Or there is more to it?