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Ken 

said on Jul 26, 2011 6:29 PM

After years of experiencing tremendous growth with Bahram, I took a 1+ year break. I recently returned to the active meditations. I felt welcomed and at home. It is the only place where my soul feels at home.

Rich 

said on Aug 9, 2011 3:20 PM

Bahram has been like a father figure to me since meeting him last year. I've enjoyed his advice and seeing me for who I am. I understand my true essence because of Bahram and his no BS approach to the people he meets with. I've enjoyed the meditations, and look forward to returning in the fall.

Sergiu Postica

said on Feb 9, 2018 2:38 PM

Going through therapy with Bahram I learned to trust and to be more open. I remember myself 4 years ago when i first met Bahram. I was living in my own imaginary word, I felt disconnected and running away through addiction. But my heart was longing to be listened and to talk out. From the beginning I felt a soothing acceptance and a wonder coming from him that i have never felt before. He could see my hurt and my potential too. He helped me to learn how to let go, gave me practical tools to be more grounded and conguent in my actions. As a result of inner healing, the outside world started changing and shifting. I started building healthy relationships, enjoying my job. I came back to school, even i wasn't a fun of it in the past. Yoga became part of the routine. For me, Bahram is more than a therapist, he is a teacher and a mentor. Meditations led by him are a continuation of him, they rejuvenate and open my eyes. I am indebted forever to his heart.

Warren

said on Jul 17, 2011 1:06 PM

I am very fortunate. I met a great woman and Bahram helped me learn how to enjoy my life with her. The last sixteen months have been the best of my life. Bahram played a huge part in helping me to understand how to be truly with someone. Thank you, my friend, thank you.

Tamara

said on May 11, 2011 1:28 PM

I am very fortunate. I met a great woman and Bahram helped me learn how to enjoy my life with her. The last sixteen months have been the best of my life. Bahram played a huge part in helping me to understand how to be truly with someone. Thank you, my friend, thank you.

Erin

said on May 5, 2011 3:26 PM

Every week I bring Bahram my caravan of despair. He opens his office door and lets me in, and for one whole hour he is completely mine. My audience of one. At first my words come out in spurts and stutters as I struggle to express my sorrows. Then, as he relates his personal stories to me, I find myself relaxing more deeply into the soft leather couch. Some of his stories are outrageous, some are poignant, many of them make me laugh or smile, but mostly they just touch my heart. When I tell him that I feel worthless, he tells me that I am unique. He tells me that no one else has my fingerprints or the distinct way that I express myself in the world. I allow his words to settle gently around my heart, and then I bring them deep into my being. His words are like a sweet elixir, like warm milk and honey flowing through my veins. When I first came to Bahram I was like a block of ice that slowly warmed in his presence. Every week I am melting more. I have given up the fight to just survive and instead I am flowing with the river and becoming more of who I Am. Unique. Before I know it, the hour ends and Bahram opens the door again, but this time to let me out. Sometimes when I walk out the door of the building, a breeze will catch a piece of my hair and brush it across my face, taunting me with the smell of incense and candles that permeates his office; and I smile wishing I could remember this sweet fragrance forever.

Natalie 

said on Sep 4, 2010 10:42 PM

My husband and I started counselling sessions with Bahram at a time when our marriage seemed like an absolute chore. There are many counsellors out there and I didn't know who to go to. For some reason, Bahram's name kept popping into my head. And so, it was his number I called, and it was the best thing I ever did! Bahram has shown us a better path. With his guidance we have uncovered a new understanding of ourselves and our relationship. In future, I’ll call Bahram before things get out of hand. Bahram, I can't thank you enough for lifting the mood in our home and in our lives. Your guidance was priceless. I can’t believe we waited so long.

Louise 

said on Aug 2, 2010 8:37 PM

I came to Maykaydeh in despair. Time after time my life as I was living it led me to disappointment --happiness was always just out of my reach. Through the guidance of Bahram and in this community of fellow seekers, I am learning how to experience joy. I thought I was coming through this door to make a quick change and get out as soon as possible. Now I realise I was coming home.

Ross

said on Jul 23, 2010 4:29 PM

We have all heard the adage "it is not the destination but the journey". Bahram has become more than simple words can accurately describe in my journey. He is a fellow explorer, a compass, a brother, a mentor, a master and a guardian.

Ginny

said on May 9, 2010 11:35 PM

The poet Hafiz wrote, "Now all Hafiz wants to do is open a beautiful Tavern where this Sacred Wine of God's Trust, Knowledge and Love is forever and ever, freely offered to you." Maykadeh is just that. It's a wonderful Sacred space where the door is always open for those who are seeking, for all who are thirsty and for weary ones to become renewed. Practicing active meditation here within our community has been an extraordinary life altering experience for me. My soul is being fed, my heart is full; sight,hearing tasting.... all my senses are used now with a new awareness. Maykadeh is mine, is ours.

Christie

said on May 5, 2010 0:18 AM

Maykadeh is home. It cannot be said any more simply than that. It opens the door to the place we all secretly long for, the place from which can be heard the whisperings of that small inner voice. Here that voice is encouraged to sing. Bahram acts more as a host than a therapist. He welcomes you as a guest and asks only that you leave your shoes at the door, for the journey we are taking together is a sacred one.

Jayana

said on May 4, 2010 9:43 AM

Active meditations are powerful experiences, that brings my energy back into my Body, Mind, & Spirit. The closer I draw inward the closer to The Divine: "I am." The deeper I go into the depth of my Soul, there I know God. Powershaking and Mystic Rose are a couple of meditations that gift me with sensations of The Mystery: The Mystic. I am forever greatful to Maykadeh for nurturing My Being. A gathering of people with a commitment to a journey within, there is no other place to be. So, Be Here Now.

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