Who am I? It’s a question everyone has at some point in their life. And in asking it, you are beginning the most important journey you will ever take: one of self-discovery, of truly knowing oneself, of understanding how your mind works. Who am I? It’s a question that naturally leads into others, related but no less important: Who are we as individuals? What are we meant to do in this world? What is our purpose? How do we function? Every mechanic who’s good at his job knows every little detail about cars. That’s how he knows how to fix them. Similarly, you are a human being. You need to know how you work so you can fix yourself, find your purpose, and start walking on your purposeful path. And the best part? It can all be so simple, if you let it.
The goal of this book, Who Are We? Learning How Your Mind Works, is to begin to answer those questions in simple, different ways. In author S. Nadeem Khan’s experience as a student of healing, though the teachings were helpful and the information was crucial, he found they are rarely shared in ways useful to the average reader. This book condenses some of his learnings into a short and easy format you can immediately understand and take something from. What good is learning how your mind works if you can’t apply it to your life?
Who am I? Who are we? How does the mind work? Starting today, you are your own mechanic. It’s time to pop the hood and fix whatever is keeping your engine from running as smoothly and efficiently as possible down the road of life.