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Consulting, Coaching and Speaking for Corporations

This study, Meet Your Mind, 25 years in the making, is presently the only unifying theory of the mind that presents the instinctive roots of all human conduct in personal and professional realms. Understanding the strength of each of the 17 human instincts in different people would enable you to predict what to expect of any given person. It would also show which instinct could be targeted in whom to most effectively motivate them to be the most productive. This would help you to hire the right people for the right job and then help them to function most efficiently.

On another level, this study reveals a growing imbalance in the human mind that results from the contrasting nature of progressing intellect and stagnant instincts. Humans’ stagnant instincts impair their applied intelligence at all levels and hinder the function of intelligence. The profound implications of this phenomenon cannot be exaggerated.

 

This study enables us to consciously manage this unconscious mental trend to free our intelligence from the tight grip of our blinding instincts, boost our intelligence, avoid mistakes and score more success personally and professionally. Thus, we manage our mind instead of being managed by it. We learn what in the mind renders man so combative, and how to prevent and/or resolve conflicts. It also shows what in the mind compels ethics and morality and what other mental forces erode it, enabling you to maintain a highly ethical culture. In another realm, we learn about the power of persuasion, which helps your sales force to become more persuasive and close more sales. This evolution in our understanding of the human mind creates a revolution in our success. Understanding this theory is indeed indispensable for executives to manage more effectively and to deal more successfully with other organizations. Please contact us for more information.

Consulting, Coaching and Speaking for Artists and Art Lovers

For the first time you will see what mental faculty causes us to desire particular categories of art. This study, for example, teaches writers how to provoke certain instincts in people in order to capture them from the start, as Shakespeare does in all of his stories. As a film producer, you would learn what to look for in stories to avoid wasting large sums of capital, talent and effort in order to hugely enhance appeal and prolong shelf life and success.

There are also profound lessons to be learned that art divides into three distinct categories of Rhythmic art, Imitative Art and Abstract Art. The first consists of vocal and nonvocal music, dancing and poetry where rhythm is the center of gravity. The forward motion in time units in such rhythm makes the rhythm fluid. Then, we have rigid rhythm in which the elements used to create rhythm are fixed in place and are separated, not by time units, but by linear space. Despite the differences, however, they all connect with the instinct of rhythm. As this instinct becomes satisfied unconsciously we experience pleasure without being able to identify the source of this joy accurately. With this shift of paradigm on what music is, we get to learn that we also have music in a different realm, silent music, that we do not hear, but we see it.

 

Imitative art consists of painting, sculpture, writing, film production and acting. In this category artists use their skills and talent to imitate that, which already exists. In painting, or making a sculpture, the artist tries to replicate what already exists. A writer imitates events that develop from human interactions, while an actor either imitates a person in real life, or plays a character created by a writer, all of which are imitations. In rhythmic art the objective is creating perfect rhythms, yet to be defined, while in imitative arts the artists mostly strive for perfection and excellence in replication. Then, we also have abstract art that appeals to a different instinct. Each of these art categories relates to a certain mental faculty, however, these mental faculties are not equally as sensitive and we react to different arts with different intensities. Thus, for instance, people scream, cry and some even faint in concerts performed even by average artists, but they never react that way in museums when they are exposed to arts created by true masters such as Michael Angelo, Raphael, Picasso and so on. Due to our improper understanding of art, we have been meshing all arts together many of which have nothing in common, and then try to define them by a single definition. This study scientifically divides art into their proper categories with a natural common denominator finally understand art the most clearly for the very first time.

 

Without understanding the roots of art in the human mind we can never explain why this purposeful being and the paragon of intelligence, humans, are so engrossed in the strange act of making strange noises in the name of singing, or lifting one foot, to put it down to lift the other in the name of dancing. You would think that the artists in their fields are aware of this, but a research proves that they are not. Thus, just as is the case with writing or producing films, it is mostly left to chance how people are going to receive any such art. However, knowing exactly what it is within your art that captures people will enable you to refine your art for people to admire it more. The same also holds true for other forms of art such as painting. This will revolutionize your understanding of the arts and will deepen the artistic sophistication of art lovers. Man has enjoyed art for an estimated 50,000 years, but admitted by the world of philosophy, we have not understood it well enough to properly define it in a way that would be acceptable to all. It is not because art is difficult to understand, it is because we have failed to identify what in the mind longs for it and thus, we fail to properly understand and define it. This study for the first time explains this in detail. Please contact us for more information. You may do so on our Contact Page.

Consulting, Coaching and Speaking for A deeper Understand of Religion

Most scholars claim that the human brain is wired for religion. This unifying theory of the mind takes us deep into the human soul and reveals that it is the contradiction between instinct and intellect that molds the psychology of religion. This is what has been compelling religion for millennia in universal scale. These mental contradictions between instincts and intellect make societies hostile for human survival as a social being. Thus, either the human kind had to undergo a particular brand of evolution to adapt to this situation and survive, or they would have to perish. This has precipitated not just one brand of evolution to which all beings are subjected, but rather two parallel human evolutions. The second evolution has forced a special region in the brain to solely manufacture a strong sense of ethics, morality, justice, fairness and human decency. These traits in turn have become the building blocks of all faiths, to mitigate conflicts among humans, to make living socially possible for humans.

We need to know that not human intelligence alone, but, that coupled with being social and living in relative peace have propelled human progress individually and collectively. Thus, not only that faith, (not creation), and evolution are not irreconcilable contradictions, but that they are one and the same. Hence, this notion presents faith in a totally different light to believers and nonbelievers alike. This reveals that the everlasting nature of these contradictions in the human mind that originally demanded the creation of religions also have sustained them. This provides us with an objective assessment of the future of religion. Please contact us for more information.

Consulting, Coaching and Speaking for Individual

Learning the subjects in the different realms how to boost one’s intelligence, avoid and, or resolve conflicts, what art is and why we enjoy it, the roots of spirituality, and many more such subjects not listed here or any combination thereof, are essential for any well-educated person. A clear understanding of these otherwise vaguely understood phenomena would hugely boost one’s image among their pears. This study would make a high school graduate sound like a person who holds a degree; a bachelor’s degree holder sound like one who holds a PhD; and, any PhD holder would appear to be a head and shoulder above all the rest. This would boost their applied intelligence on the one hand and would render them well informed on the other. This would instill a superb sense of confidence and would help you excel in whatever it is that you may do. If you are interested please tell us where you are so that we can inform you when there is a seminar in your area.

Quotes by Mark Abraham

“Hunting skills as a male instinct finds expression in all sports, and thus, most men readily become sports fanatics at the dismay of most women in their lives.”

Humans’ engrossment in arts and sports is an attribute to their playfulness.  As Shakespeare says, “To be human is to play.

Sincerely, in your fantasy world, how you would use God’s power if you had it for a day depicts your true nature.

If you could convert the world to your race and for all to take your language, faith, adopt your culture, and be very similar to you, would you?

Which three of the following are of the worst vices: greed, jealousy, pride, anger and violence, sloth, gluttony, being overly lustful?

Which three of the following attributes are the best virtues: courage, honesty, benevolence, loyalty, contentment, refinement, and being noble-minded?

what others say about us

"This prism on human mind starts a new chapter in the fields of sociology, psychology, theology, fine arts, sports, human sexuality."

Dr Nasab, MD

"Philosophy gives a new music to listen to and a new terrain to travers, so to speak, to believers & non-believers alike."

Dr. Zanjanian, MD Account menager

"The implications of 'The Growing Imbalances in the Human Mind' sobering, indeed."

Dr. R. Kamarei, PhD.