The Man and His Companion
The book The Man and His Companion provides you with the spiritual path from infatuation to companionship, and allows you to strengthen your inner wisdom and practice prudency in your behavior by climbing its forty steps. This book provides guidance about your relationships and interactions with the forces accompanying your life based on sacred wisdom and thinking. It offers a scientific method based on spiritual experience which can be used by all people irrespective of their age, education and social class.
About the Author
The Man and His Companion is another book by Mehdi Akbari, PhD written about self-knowledge for the growth of human wisdom and behavior. In this book, Akbari puts forth a new path for the contemporary era and explains that this path relies on traditions while at the same time moves towards the future, the new era and its necessities… Akbari is a contemporary researcher and author with extended experience in the fields of spiritual therapy and Iranian Traditional Medicine (Greek Medicine). He is currently involved in writing, conducting research, and teaching. Akbaru was born on April 4, 1971 in Maragheh, Iran and was interested in studying and research from adolescence. At 17, he unexpectedly met his late spiritual master, Anvar, who taught him various subjects for nine years. In 1991, Akbari went to Tarbiat Moalem University’s Faculty of Literature. While pursuing his education he also worked as a teacher, and finally received his PhD from Mysore University. During this time, he wrote various books in his area of expertise as well as supervised and provided guidance for many research papers to be published. Akbari is among the few spiritual professors who has gained a window into the contemporary era. With his unique insights, he presents in his books and personal guidance, spiritual and behavioral methods for those interested in this field. In addition to his studies and understanding of the methods and paths of many spiritual writers and masters, Akbari is also familiar with Sufism and has been teaching about Rumi’s Masnavi and the thought of Ibn Arabi for years. Akbari places faith in this wise saying that states science has two main paths: “Science is founded upon two bases, one is the science of the body and the other is the science of religions.” On this basis, in addition to writing about spiritual schools of thought, he devotes much time to writing therapy books related to the body.