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"Humans have known to have innate ability to control or have power over their destinies by what they think. Humans have discovered what Gandhi believes as “you become what you think”. The intent of this presentation is to provide information and a means for us to tap into this incredible power of our mind, and to find our best path for a consistent and endless change towards the advancement of a meaningful life."
Speaker: Dr. Marjan Davoudi (the speech is in Persian)
Location: Sufi Mediteraniean Resturant
There is a mass of evidence that suggests that we, as humans, have known about our innate ability to control or have power over our destinies by what we think. In other words, for as long as history has been recorded, humans have discovered what Gandhi believes as “you become what you think” and as Buddha refers, “Our life is the creation of our mind.”
From a psychological point of view, you cannot change things that happen outside of you or the resulting feelings that lead to your actions. The only part you can change is your interpretation of what is happening and the way your thoughts have been inspired and shaped. The intent of this presentation is to provide information and a means for us to tap this incredible power of our mind, and to find our best path for a consistent and endless change towards the advancement of a meaningful life.
About the speaker: Dr. Marjan Davoudi is a Clinical Psychologist and Director of Behavioral Mental Health, a private practice serving clients from a location in San Diego and one in La Jolla. Dr. Davoudi’s clinical concentration is mood and anxiety disorders and family therapy. Her research concentration is trauma and PTSD. Dr. Davoudi started her teaching experience as a faculty member at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Psychology Doctorate Program. She currently serves as a volunteer educator at BIHE, a university for students excluded from higher education in Iran.
6:00 pm - 6:45 pm - Dinner and Networking (Dinner will not be served after 6:45pm)
7:00 pm - 7:40 pm - Short Presentation and music (Santoor by Dr. Arash Dana, Tombak by Mr. Tehrani)
7:40 pm - 8:00 pm - Break and Networking
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm - Lecture and Q&A
Please note that all Non-RSVP attendees will be charged $5 extra for dinner.