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Think I Should Not Think
Dr. Farvardin Daliri
Yes, you can stop following your involuntary thoughts and
instead focus on what you choose to think about. This book
provides practical tools for mind control and stress
management. You will become aware of your true and
unlimited powers when you use your mind instead of being
driven by your emotional impulse and subconscious
At the heart of all human endeavours, dreams, hopes and suffering, there are some unresolved questions. At best, these remain unanswered and at the worst, they present conflicting and confusing truths. Who am I? Am I a mind and body operation? Or am I a reality beyond the physics of my being; a consciousness? Who has the answers, science or religion? Who is running my life? Is it my free will or a predetermined destiny? Who made me? Who created the universe in which I exist? Was it God or the big bang and natural selection of the evolutionary process?
I attempt in this book to take readers on a journey in search of answers to these questions, and with the hope of finding reliable and true happiness. At the book’s conclusion, new insights, comprehension and realizations may emerge. The author does not claim to answer these questions with knowledge, but rather to bring forth intuitive powers and awareness latent within each reader. Therefore the journey is more about self-awareness and discovery. It is about what you already know rather than learning more objective information about the truth.
This book is more like a tool for remembering and living out our true selves and discovering the source of knowledge within. In this journey of self-awareness, the travellers (readers) may be challenged with many rising questions. However, the manner in which the reader is introduced to these questions may also inspire their ability to discover the answers.
Dr Farvardin Daliri OAM was brought up in Tehran, Iran.
After leaving Iran as a teenager he gained a Bachelor
degree in Fine Arts and a postgraduate research
qualification from Lucknow University in India.
Dr Daliri arrived in Australia in 1984. He completed a Bachelor of Education at Latrobe University and a Masters of Education at Monash University. He graduated for his Doctoral thesis in Education at James Cook University in 2005. His thesis explored the educational predicament of Indigenous children and their discursive cultural dislocation at the point of entering school.
Dr Daliri is a professional artist both as a painter and a sculptor. He also specialises in self-awareness, meditation and emotional intelligence. Dr Daliri regularly runs self awareness and mediation courses. He also teaches practical techniques for overcoming stress, anxiety and depression. Dr Daliri's courses in Cross Cultural training, emotional intelligence, stress management, and self awareness are highly successful and recommended.