Monthly Archives: February 2015

Pathology of Family as Approached by Halqeh Mysticism (Erfan-e Halqeh)

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Amin Bayyazi
Publication date 2013/7/3
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 82
Pages 26-31
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Identity of an individual has a dual aspect: quantitative identity, and qualitative identity or insight. Nowadays, man has found his logical identity, but has not yet acquired an insightful identity; consequently, the resultant damages have also affected his familial ties. Family identity depends on the identity of family members that depends on their perception of themselves, the why-s and purposes of existence, and God. Thus a sound family, and therefore a sound community come to life once man has…
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.220
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Definition of Peace and its Different Types as Approached by Halqeh Mysticism

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Maryam Dehghan
Publication date 2014/2/21
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 114
Pages 56-61
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Although the word” PEACE” has a clear meaning for most people, ‘peaceful act’ and ‘peaceful individual’can have different interpretations. In conflict to the common assumption, the state of the peaceful person is not one we can achieve only through good deeds. This state is obtained through perceptions that result in making peace with God, with the universe, with one’s self, and with the others. The peaceful individual has no conflict with any of them. Consequently, the individual’s thoughts, actions and words are also formed on
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.12.656
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Programmable Self (Secondary/Acquired Personality) as Approached by Psymentology

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri
Publication date 2013/7/3
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 82
Pages 755-759
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Being categorized amidst other fields in complementary and alternative medicine of Iran, and concerning the Mindpsychology of mankind,” Psymentology” or” Interuniversal Mind-Psychology” has an Interuniversalist perspective with a totally holistic way of viewing the human being. Psymentology, through its software-based approach, seeks to understand mankind and the constituent software of his existence, and and psychological conflicts. In this paper we will discuss the” programmable self” or secondary/acquired personality, one
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.343
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Classification of Disorders as Approached by Psymentology

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Amin Bayyazi
Publication date 2013/7/9
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 84
Pages 1421-1430
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract “Interuniversalism” or “Interuniversalist perspective” is a totally holistic way of viewing the human being. In this perspective man is not considered just as a pile of flesh and bones, but as vast as the world of existence. Within this perspective, the aspects of human dimensions are viewed as countless, comprised of various counts of software & hardware fragments. According to Psymentology and its Interuniversalist approach, illness is defined as any disorder, obstruction, impairment and imbalance in any of the infinite
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.767
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Definition of ‘Mind (Zehn)’ or ‘Mental Body’as Approached by psymentology

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Amin Biriya
Publication date 2013/7/9
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 84
Pages 1509-1517
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract In Psymentology [‘Psyche’+’Mental’+ Logy’], a Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) of Iran that has an Interuniversalist perspective with a totally holistic way of viewing the human being, Mind (Zehn) is not regarded as a part of the brain, but the brain activities are a function of the Zehn, meaning that Zehn is in charge of managing the brain. Human Zehn is then separable into two divisions: 1. InstinctiveZehn: Instinctive Zehn, in relation to provision of vital, natural or instinctive needs, by processing the required data
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.07.009
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Definition of ‘Psyche’, Psychological or Emotional Body as Approached by Psymentology

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Amin Biriya
Publication date 2013/7/9
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 84
Pages 1651-1659
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Being categorized amidst other fields in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) of Iran, and concerning the Mind-psychology of mankind,“Psymentology”[‘Psyche’+’Mental’+’Logy’] or “Interuniversal Mind-Psychology” has an Interuniversalist perspective with a totally holistic way of viewing the human being. Mind (Zehn) and psyche each are dealt as separate concepts in Psymentology, each comprising a specific part of an individual. This subject tries to alleviate mental and psychological disorders.“Psyche” is the part of human
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.07.009
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Definition of Psymentology, an Iranian Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Amin Bayyazi
Publication date 2013/7/9
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 84
Pages 1534-1549
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Being categorized with other fields of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Iran, and concerning the mind-psychology of humankind,“Psymentology”[‘Psyche’+’Mental’+ Logy] or “Interuniversal Mind-Psychology” has an Interuniversalist perspective on the human being with an all-inclusive approach. In Psymentology, mind and psyche are each addressed as a separate concept, comprising a specific part of an individual. The main target of Psymentology is understanding and gaining knowledge about human being, the
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.785
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Report on Drug Rehabilitation with Faradarmani

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Fatemeh Ashrafi-Amineh, Sara Saie Joeghan, Nima Yeghaneh
Publication date 2013/7/9
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 84
Pages 959-964
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Faradarmani, an Iranian complementary and alternative medicine, is based on “Consciousness Bond” or “Constituents Having Consciousness in Common”. According to this theory, every time a link is established between’Whole’consciousness and consciousness of [body] parts, consciousness of the mind will be able to correct and self-repair the psyche and body, thus healing and recovery will take place. Faradarmani can alter the functional program of the cells and body by accessing their software-based
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.682
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The Sub-DNA Reactors According to Faradarmani

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Mojdeh Mizani
Publication date 2013/7/3
Journal Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume 82
Pages 108-111
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Abstract Among the topics of discussion in “Faradarmani”, an Iranian complementary and  alternative medicine that is based on theory of “Consciousness Bond,” are the transformers  (Reactors) of different inorganic/nonphysical universal vital forces which can have an important role in cellular repair. Sub-DNA reactors (Cellular Reactors) are one of such reactors that receive vital force from the matrix of universe and make it usable for DNA molecules. They transform DNA molecules to a ‘living’entity. Life, one of the mysteries of
 Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.232
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A Study of the Short Term Effects of Faradarmani on the Frequency and Severity of Asthma Attacks

Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Soroush Azemikhah, Ghasem Azimi, Ali Davati, Sara Saie Joeghan, Fatemeh Ashrafi-Amineh
Publication date 2013/9/05
Journal International Journal of Social Science and Humanity
Volume 3
Pages 429-433
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Faradarmani-an Iranian complementary and alternative medicine which is based on the  theory of “Consciousness Bond of the Parts”-is examined on the frequency and severity of  Asthma attacks. Method: 84 Asthma patients (lottery) with less than one year since diagnosis  were randomly selected and divided into two groups of 42 (control and test). Spirometry was  taken from both groups. The control group continued their conventional medicine treatment without the intervention of the research group. In addition to routine medicine treatment,
 Link http://www.ijssh.org/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=41&id=572
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