The Big Unraveling by Sayed Naimi

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Do the stories of your life enhance or distract from the life you want to create? Our enjoyment of life depends on how closely aligned our main stories are with the life we envision for ourselves. The everyday activities in which we engage create these stories - weaving them in our minds, souls, and beliefs - driving our actions and creating the story of our lives.

We often don’t think of our lives this way, breaking them down into the patterns and elements that create them, but to change our lives for the better it is here that we must begin. According to author, Shaman, Reiki Master, and poet, Sayed Naimi in this profound new guide for personal change, the answer starts with YOU.

By unraveling our own individual stories and current situations, we can create a better whole. Providing the tools necessary to achieve this redefinition, Naimi uses the analogy of unraveling a fabric that has been woven with threads that represent the ideas and beliefs you carry with you day after day – Ideas and beliefs that are misaligned with your life goals and in effect keeping you from achieving the life you desire. Once unraveled you can weave a new fabric, a new story with appropriate threads that encourage and support the life you envision for yourself. This gives way to a ripple effect, as the changes we make impact those around us to begin a tidal wave of hope, inspiration, and beneficial outcomes.
 

About Sayed Naimi

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I was born in Tehran, Iran, and grew up with four siblings, the son of a military father and a homemaker mother. I left Iran and attended the University of Utah in the fall of 1976 for college education and remained in US when the Islamic Revolution of 1979 changed the government and society of Iran. After the revolution, my brothers immigrated to Canada, my sisters and parents stayed in Iran, and my uncle and cousins immigrated to Austria. All of a sudden, my world had changed from a small communityto an international family.I graduated with a Master degree in engineering and began work in high-tech companies, but I never stopped searching to discover who I am and what purpose I brought to this world. I grew up in a semi-practicing Muslim family, but I wanted to learn more, so I studied different religions and continue to do so to this day. I find religion and spirituality and their impact on our individual lives and our world to be fascinating and worthy of a deeper look. I love poetry, especially the poems of Rumi. I've written poetry for as long as I can remember; I find poems to be a great voice for the soul. In my search to discover greater meaning in my life and reshape my world, I have done many things that have juxtaposed my logical engineering side with my spiritual journey. I have been fortunate to be able to continue my work inside the high-tech world, as I don't find going to a cave in a mountain to be helpful for me. I spent several years training as a shaman, and at the same time, I trained in martial arts and Reiki-all while continuing my education in the technical world. I have made many mistakes, and I have lived through many stories that led to a failed marriage and several other unexpected or unacceptable conclusions. I have tried to use every event and every story to reshape and rebuild myself as I grow.I am now happily married, and I feel much more peace inside than ever before-and those around me also see a better me. I did not start out life as aware as I am today, and I have no intention of quitting my spiritual explorations now, I have so much more to learn. I believe my gift to this world is healing and I have trained in different disciplines to be able to provide this healing in any setting. The mystery continues to intrigue me, and every day brings a great opportunity for learning.
 
Published December 20, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 166 pages
Genres: Self Help, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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One may ask, for example, “How can I be more successful at my job?” But one could also ask, “How can I be of service to more people?” or “How do I become a more loving partner?” The author is a poet, and the fine verses he offers at the end of many of these chapters serve to enrich and deepen the...

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