CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Recent Vlogs:
Recent Vlogs:
how should you study?
Date: 2.1.19
Knowledge is this thing that it doesn't matter what you look like, what color you have and what income you have. Knowledge is that thing that no matter how rich you are, no matter how poor you are, how tall or short, how good-looking, how many friends you have, where you were born, what was done to you, what you've done to others.

For knowledge none of that matters. It is just seeking a container. Somewhere that it can store itself. Think about what I just said, it's so poetic.

Knowledge is seeking a container where it can go and rest itself. Now I want you to imagine this. There is certain knowledge people tried to receive. However the container is not big enough. Imagine you have a four year old family member, brother, sister, son, daughter, niece, nephew, whatever fits your situation. 

Imagine you're going to tell your four-year-old niece some truth about life. The container is not big enough and thus can't accept that. This knowledge will be wasted because the person receiving it is not in the right consciousness to receive it.

I'm sure this makes sense to everybody, but it's very important in social dynamics. In relationships both parties, whether it's employee/employer boyfriend/girlfriend husband/wife parent/child, in any relationship, both individuals should seek to gain, more and more knowledge of themselves and the universe around them. Both should do this, which means both need to expand.

So the knowledge can be way too big. For example, the four-year-old child is not going to receive all that. How often should one gain knowledge? Every day! You grow every day! If today you didn't actually acquire new information about life, what were you doing today? 

If today you did not gain more understanding of yourself, than yesterday, if you're not more understanding of your environment, what did you do today? And why did you waste your time?

Now understanding is not going to come to you. Sometimes it does, but you have to actually go grab it. What did you do today in regards to the subject you like? Here's another question.

How have you gone about trying to understand your own thoughts, your feelings, your insecurities, your doubts and your karma? How have you gone about understanding this today? Did you gain more or are you still at the same level?
Tune In To The AZD Podcast:
Join The Diamond Mind Program:
how should you study?
Date: 2.1.19
Knowledge is this thing that it doesn't matter what you look like, what color you have and what income you have. Knowledge is that thing that no matter how rich you are, no matter how poor you are, how tall or short, how good-looking, how many friends you have, where you were born, what was done to you, what you've done to others.

For knowledge none of that matters. It is just seeking a container. Somewhere that it can store itself. Think about what I just said, it's so poetic.

Knowledge is seeking a container where it can go and rest itself. Now I want you to imagine this. There is certain knowledge people tried to receive. However the container is not big enough. Imagine you have a four year old family member, brother, sister, son, daughter, niece, nephew, whatever fits your situation. 

Imagine you're going to tell your four-year-old niece some truth about life. The container is not big enough and thus can't accept that. This knowledge will be wasted because the person receiving it is not in the right consciousness to receive it.

I'm sure this makes sense to everybody, but it's very important in social dynamics. In relationships both parties, whether it's employee/employer boyfriend/girlfriend husband/wife parent/child, in any relationship, both individuals should seek to gain, more and more knowledge of themselves and the universe around them. Both should do this, which means both need to expand.

So the knowledge can be way too big. For example, the four-year-old child is not going to receive all that. How often should one gain knowledge? Every day! You grow every day! If today you didn't actually acquire new information about life, what were you doing today? 

If today you did not gain more understanding of yourself, than yesterday, if you're not more understanding of your environment, what did you do today? And why did you waste your time?

Now understanding is not going to come to you. Sometimes it does, but you have to actually go grab it. What did you do today in regards to the subject you like? Here's another question.

How have you gone about trying to understand your own thoughts, your feelings, your insecurities, your doubts and your karma? How have you gone about understanding this today? Did you gain more or are you still at the same level?
Tune In To The AZD Podcast:
Join The Diamond Mind Program:
This site is not a part of the Facebook website or Facebook Inc. Additionally, This site is NOT endorsed by Facebook in any way. FACEBOOK is a trademark of FACEBOOK, Inc.
IMPORTANT: Earnings and Legal Disclaimers

Earnings and income representations made by Arash Dibazar, arashzepar.com, Diamond Mind, Mentorship, and their advertisers/sponsors (collectively, "Arash Dibazar Programs") are aspirational statements only of your success potential. The success of Arash Dibazar, testimonials and other examples used are exceptional, non-typical results and are not intended to be and are not a guarantee that you or others will achieve the same results. Individual results will always vary and yours will depend entirely on your individual capacity, work ethic, business skills and experience, level of motivation, diligence in applying the Arash Dibazar Programs, the economy, the normal and unforeseen risks of doing business, and other factors. 

The Arash Dibazar Programs, and Arash Dibazar individually, are not responsible for your actions. You are solely responsible for your own moves and decisions and the evaluation and use of our products and services should be based on your own due diligence. You agree that the Arash Dibazar Programs are not liable to you in any way for your results in using our products and services. See our Terms & Conditions for our full disclaimer of liability and other restrictions. 

The Arash Dibazar Programs, including Arash Dibazar personally, may receive compensation for products and services they recommend to you. Arash Dibazar personally uses a recommended resource unless it states otherwise. If you do not want the Arash Dibazar Programs and Arash Dibazar to be compensated for a recommendation, then we advise that you search online for the item through a non-affiliate link. 

Do you have questions about any of the Arash Dibazar Programs? Are you wondering if the programs will work for you? Email us at contact@arashzepar.com. We will be happy to discuss your goals and how the Arash Dibazar programs may help you.