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Exploring "What is Conscious Self-Care?" with Pirooz Sarshar

April 24, 2024 Pirooz Sashar Season 1 Episode 87
Exploring "What is Conscious Self-Care?" with Pirooz Sarshar
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The 2% Solution: 30 Minutes to Transform Your Life
Exploring "What is Conscious Self-Care?" with Pirooz Sarshar
Apr 24, 2024 Season 1 Episode 87
Pirooz Sashar

Embarking on a journey of personal transformation, I had an inspiring conversation with Pirooz Sarshar, whose life story is woven with resilience and the art of self-care.

His compelling narrative reminded us that our greatest adversities often lead to our most valued treasures.

Our dialogue highlighted the importance of aligning our daily efforts with our innermost desires and recognizing that the essence of progress lies in the conscious steps we take toward self-improvement.

We shared our experiences and explored how small adjustments can lead to monumental personal growth and transformation.

We also talked about the impact of conscious self-care on building strong community relationships and nurturing a collective spirit. Maintaining a consistent vibrational energy and the discipline required to pursue it were also discussed.

We shared inspiring stories of high achievers, such as a champion bodyboarder whose unwavering belief helped him achieve his dreams. We discussed how his journey reflects the tenacity required in our own lives.

Our conversation empowered us to manifest our deepest desires and live a more conscious life. We invite you to explore how even a small 2% change in perspective can lead to powerful shifts and transform your life.

Connect with Pirooz at


Have a question? Comment? Feedback? Drop me a text. I’d love to hear from you.

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Embarking on a journey of personal transformation, I had an inspiring conversation with Pirooz Sarshar, whose life story is woven with resilience and the art of self-care.

His compelling narrative reminded us that our greatest adversities often lead to our most valued treasures.

Our dialogue highlighted the importance of aligning our daily efforts with our innermost desires and recognizing that the essence of progress lies in the conscious steps we take toward self-improvement.

We shared our experiences and explored how small adjustments can lead to monumental personal growth and transformation.

We also talked about the impact of conscious self-care on building strong community relationships and nurturing a collective spirit. Maintaining a consistent vibrational energy and the discipline required to pursue it were also discussed.

We shared inspiring stories of high achievers, such as a champion bodyboarder whose unwavering belief helped him achieve his dreams. We discussed how his journey reflects the tenacity required in our own lives.

Our conversation empowered us to manifest our deepest desires and live a more conscious life. We invite you to explore how even a small 2% change in perspective can lead to powerful shifts and transform your life.

Connect with Pirooz at


Have a question? Comment? Feedback? Drop me a text. I’d love to hear from you.

Support the Show.



A Message from Dai, host of the 2% Solution Podcast:

Hey there, you fantastic listener! 👋

As we wrap up another episode of The 2% Solution Podcast, I want to throw a massive, confetti-filled THANK YOU your way.

As we launch this podcast, your support is like getting an extra espresso in your Venti Americano—unexpected and refreshing!

Your reviews? They're like high-fives to my soul. Your shares? They're spreading more joy than cat videos on the internet. Subscribing? You're officially the coolest in my book.

Meeting in the 2% Collective Community? It's like watching a garden of awesomeness bloom – and you're all the sunflowers making it happen!

Keep being the amazing, 2%-improving rockstars that you are.

🌟 Stay fabulous, stay tuned, and stay 2%! 🚀

Love, laughs, and much gratitude,

Dai M.

P.S. I'm primarily active on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Feel free to connect and start a conversation. If you're searching for inspiring, motivational, educational, and healthy living content, check out my over 1500 articles at DaiManuel.com - I enjoy writing, okay? lol

Dai Manuel:

Welcome to another insightful episode of the 2% Solution. Every conversation brings you closer to unlocking your full potential. I'm your host, diamond Well, and today we're having an in-depth discussion with Peruz Sarsar, a man who redefined personal growth and self-care. Peruz is an expert at deciphering the language of our minds and aligning our daily actions with our deepest desires. Imagine living on a new wavelength that draws positivity and repels negativity. Today, peruz will share his profound insights on why we think the way we do and how a crucial instance of reprogramming his subconscious led to significant transformations, from establishing innovative companies to managing personal change.

Dai Manuel:

Peruz exemplifies what it means to live consciously while also caring deeply. Prepare to discover how tweaking minor aspects of your thinking can yield substantial changes. This isn't just about prospering in business or personal health. It's about thriving in all facets of life through conscious self-care. Whether you're a regular listener or new to our community, this episode will equip you with the tools to realign your life's direction. So let's jump in. Realign your life's direction, so let's jump in. It is what it is. It's life, and life is full. And you always have to wonder what would you do if it was the opposite? Right, you'd probably go in a circus.

Pirooz Sashar:

Well, totally, you know, like, I think, yeah, man, it's like it doesn't. And it's funny because when I, I actually think that you know when the universe is getting ready to give you, give you a lot of gifts or give you more gifts, it just tests you in so many different ways just to make sure you're strong enough and you know what to do with it and and and to go to the next phase so you're not stuck on the same. You know you're not stuck in the same place, so that you're always evolving. So it's definitely you know, um, you know, I, I, I think it's that's definitely the way it is, because it's just like you see things that I mean, there's like things that happen throughout the day, especially when you're like building two, two, um, complex platforms, like we are, because there's a whole product development side that requires a lot of action, and then there's a whole product development side that requires a lot of action, and then there's a whole. You know what we're doing with conscious self-care, as I explained to you, sure, and what's interesting is that, um, they all require a lot of time. They already there's a lot involved, you know.

Pirooz Sashar:

So you can, you can either, you can, you can sort of choose your battles. You can go into it thinking like, oh, I'm gonna, I have to do this as a cast and do all these tasks. Or you just approach it consciously, knowing like you know what. Everything is just gonna. Everything is gonna work itself out, bro. Yeah, that's my approach to everything. Everything is gonna be all right, everything is gonna work itself out. There's nothing I can do. You know so. Either way, even if, even if it was working yourself out, I still have no power over it. I'm not the you know, I'm not the creator of the you know this, this universe. So I'm just like whatever, I'm just going with the flow.

Dai Manuel:

I love it and I know that that's not a philosophy that naturally comes to people without a lot of other at least some tribulations and trials and challenges.

Dai Manuel:

And so you know, I'm excited to have this conversation today and really just dive a little bit into your background and why you believe what you believe, but also why you have the mission that you have today, you know, and so you know, I think one of the best places to begin to be quite honest with you is just wondering if you could share a little bit about your early experiences and, more importantly, how they've influenced your approach, not just the business, but also to branding, because I know you're uh, you're branding big on messaging, you're big on vision, mission, purpose. So, uh, do you mind just, I'll just got a little.

Pirooz Sashar:

No, absolutely I'll give you a um, I am.

Pirooz Sashar:

You know. I came to the us when I nine years old. I was born in Iran, as I've shared with you. People's point of view of Iran is what they see in the media, but Iran is no different than Vancouver, where you are beautiful place, you can go skiing 15 minutes, amazing food, beautiful people, just an amazing part of the world.

Pirooz Sashar:

Unfortunately, due to political circumstances and what other people behind the scenes who run the world had in mind, the government was overthrown and we were all most of us Iranians who were outside the country were victims of that. And what people don't take into consideration whenever we're sitting back, like attack them or go after them or bomb them or go to war or whatever. What they don't understand is that how it affects people. You know what's happening currently in any situation where there's trauma involved, whether it's war, whether it's in school, whether it's in a playground.

Pirooz Sashar:

As a child from the age of three to nine, that's where your self-image and your personality is formed. Years and being on the run, with my family being in danger, watching my parents from going from having everything to nothing to having to start over three times, even in the us, making it going bankrupt, making it go. So, as a kid who was born into opulence and then had to deal with this experience of hiding for 18 months with his family, at one point under an alias, or just coming to a country where I didn't speak the language I didn't say I didn't speak for three months when I first came here, and those who know me find it very hard to believe because I talk, you play catch up, it's all good yeah.

Pirooz Sashar:

So you know, all this sort of stuff like affected me and but what it really? You know, the traumatic side and the subconscious side I always thought was completely separate from the health side, because I realized after a while I'm like, oh, my health issues are all connected to what I experienced as a kid, not connecting it to the conscious side. And once I, you know, started to look into it deeper. I mean, I spent years doing what I, you know. So I grew up in Washington DC. I grew up between my father's martial arts school, uh, where I uh, martial arts is what saved me. Basically, I became a black belt at the age of 13. I started teaching karate, which taught me how to teach.

Pirooz Sashar:

I fell in love with teaching because it was a great escape and I very, I have a very smart mom who kept me very busy. And when I wasn't, um, and when I wasn't, um, you know, uh, being a bad kid or misbehaving, because I was just, you know, I again I'd be exposed to all this stuff. Um, I was working in her salon, washing, washing, you know, I was washing the floors, washing hair. I always had these janitorial duties. And then my other escape on the weekend was cooking, because I'm an avid cook and I grew up loving to cook and I just left food. But I always had issues eating and I, when I decided to go into the world of products, I fell in love with products.

Pirooz Sashar:

I fell in love with the business of beauty because I realized in my teenage years that everyone has something really beautiful about them and this sort of like sat with me Within a matter of 48 hours. When I was 17 years old, I realized this and then I literally I was cleaning, because I was growing up always having these janitorial duties. I was actually cleaning the locker room at the karate school and I found these tapes and one was called the stranger secret by this guy in earl langdon, gale and I remember, I remember putting this in my cassette and driving home one night and I was 17 years old and the tape changed my. I was like whoa, what is that? And I just knew that there was something better out there.

Pirooz Sashar:

And so, as I started, I got into. You know, um, I got into the world of beauty, but I got into it because I was always obsessed with products and I was always obsessed with the concept of creating something from scratch and then scaling it and what that would look like. I didn't even know anything about branding, I just knew that I like really. I just just I liked things that looked great, I like things that are beautiful.

Pirooz Sashar:

And so, um man, I and you know what I did, die is like I, I did, I you know a lot of my friends went for the money, I went for the work, I went and I work in every area, every sector, whether it was selling, whether it was you know logistics, whether it was marketing, whether it was, I tried to do everything possible because I knew in my mind it was great practice but it would allow me to do is to work in 49 States and uh and 30 some odd countries and you know, launching products. And that's where I started to learn about brand and marketing. Because when you get deep down and you're training people and you're teaching people and you're working with people, that's where you learn everything you know. And when you're writing with salespeople I was writing with salespeople in like the outskirts of Utah. I was writing with salespeople in New York City. I was writing with salespeople in Compton, california. I was selling and training people in like Joliet, illinois, like places I never even thought of, like whatever, south Dakota, montana, and it was such an interesting experience because you got to see people, you got to see how people were different.

Pirooz Sashar:

Now, what I would do when I was in these locales is I was always searching for health. I was looking for a better way to take care of myself. I was looking for you know, back then we didn't really the internet wasn't as easy, we didn't have these cell phones around, so I would just through you know, word of mouth, look for homeopathic people, doctors, allergists, anybody I could find, because I always had issues with my eating. I would eat everything, but I always had a stomachache, never knowing that my emotions, my subconscious, my trauma from the past and all these other things that created these health challenges for me were all connected and were preventing me from living a happy life. Because, even though a lot of people around me, even when I was, was creating concepts, there was a period in my life where I um became very well known because I pioneered the men's grooming market and the reason guys are buying products is because of myself and another guy.

Pirooz Sashar:

We did this and I remember we had instant shame for about 11 years. But internally I was really unhappy. I was in, on the outside I was a dude having a good time, you know women everywhere partying, you know, like a complete degenerate.

Dai Manuel:

But in the inside I was really unhappy and I knew that I had to fix this yeah, what were you, what were some of those emotions?

Dai Manuel:

I'm just curious about that because I I know you are very much someone that now recognizes this idea of conscious self-care we're going to get to in a bit, because I'm really excited about what you're working on because I think it really will make a huge, not only local but impact. But it's been a long journey to get there right and I'm curious what was some of those emotions that were coming up during those 11 years? Because I can really relate to this. I remember when I was at first companies and alcohol was just everywhere.

Pirooz Sashar:

So to and I'm in the fitness industry, which is like just being so crazy, right. But I'd love to hear just what was that experience, like you know? Well, you know it was very empty and very lonely, because I would like, let's say I would. I always had these grand ideas like, hey, we're going to create this Right and a lot of it. A lot of times I would find myself at photo shoots and campaigns and I set my mind to something and we would build a brand and the brand was beautiful and over to who it was supposed to be handed to. And then, when that would happen, I would always found myself in a very empty, lonely place. And and um, it also happened. You know, same thing. You know, I was um, I was a uh.

Pirooz Sashar:

I wasn't the best person to be in a relationship with Right, so I was always so I was going through burrows my mom used to call my apartments the revolving doors, and so I was always. But I always thought like, oh well, if I go out with this girl and she's this way and looks that way, then I'll be happy. And it never worked. And I look back and I'm like, wow, I can't believe I went through all that. But what happened for me was once I started to notice that I was like, ok, where's all this coming from? Where's all this stemming from? How did all this and why do I like destroy relationships? Why do I do this and why do I feel so deep? And it wasn't until I never even discovered love, until I became a dad.

Pirooz Sashar:

And so the day I, the day I, held my son, which was a I wasn't expecting it at all I was like surprised having a baby. And that happened, you know, and uh. So you know when I but I remember the first day that my son grabbed my index finger and it was the first time in my life I ever felt love. And when I felt that love, I kept thinking to myself I'm like, well, how can I? What is this? You know I'd never experienced that sort of love. I'd experienced love from my parents and all these other family members and stuff and perhaps other people that I was. You know I thought I was in love with or, you know, I experienced it on that. You know, I thought I was in love with or, you know, I experienced it on that, you know, and that's sort of a connection.

Dai Manuel:

But I never felt love, the way I felt that day, that, like I'm like wow, this is like half of this guy is me, you know, and, and look at the city, like what do I do with him?

Pirooz Sashar:

And I knew right there, right there, everything changed for me and my life changed. I was very confused the first year because, you know, I was the dad looking on youtube in terms of how to change the diaper, and you know. But everything changed and I started doing it. I did a very I started doing these really deep dives and I was like I need to figure this out, I need to see what's going on here, I need to. I started searching and I got heavily into meditation and I was always reading material. Right, you named the book. I read it. Someone was like did you have? Have you ever read Think and Grow Rich? I'm like, yeah, 25 years ago.

Dai Manuel:

Or did you?

Pirooz Sashar:

do this? All this stuff I was reading, but it wasn't connecting with me. I just knew this information was just being put up there. But it was connecting. And information was just being put up there, but it was connecting. And then I just started searching for it and, as a searcher, I realized I was like, wow, I am, you know, I am the creator here, I've created all this and I was put here for a reason. And this happened for a reason. And this little boy came into my life for a reason and I need to do something.

Pirooz Sashar:

And it was when I discovered that, that detachment, that when I would detach and feel lonely or was alone, when I felt that that that detachment was actually my power, that there was power in detachment and that if I use that power, then I could become very present. And the more present I am, the more alive I am. The more present I am, the more alive I am, the more aware I am, and the slower everything gets, but then the faster everything around me starts to happen. And once I realized that, I knew right there. And then I'm like well, everything's been okay to this point. You know why not? But and that's where my practice started meditation started to make sense, the book started to make sense, all that stuff that was around me started to make sense. The book started to make sense, all that stuff that was around me started to make sense.

Pirooz Sashar:

And then I turned around and I look back and I'm like, wow, those years went by pretty quick, you know, like now what, and when.

Pirooz Sashar:

I realized that I was like okay, I have two options here. I can sit around and I can wake up in the morning and determine how great I want to make today, what kind of person I want to be, and and live in my future, and bring my future to me and be a part of it. Or I can dwell on my past and continue thinking the same thoughts, because those thoughts created those same emotions and those emotions created the same results, and those results created the same reality and that reality created the same circumstances over and over again. Or I can just look at that as wisdom and just let it go. You know, and and and I and it was one of those times I was like I gotta make this decision and it wasn't easy in the beginning, and one of the things martial arts taught me that everything in life is practice. So you know this is practice what you and are doing, because I'm looking forward to doing more things together. You know more of these things together.

Pirooz Sashar:

And we're going to get better at it. Every day is practice, you know. Fatherhood is practice Working out you know this. You're an avid, you know, gym guy, so you don't just go one time and expect great results. You go on regular vases and you stay fit, you know.

Pirooz Sashar:

And then I started realizing I'm like, well, you know, then everything started to make sense, and then I started taking control of my body. And when I started taking control of my body because I started to realize, I'm like, wow, this happened because of this. This happened because of this and through this process, as a product developer because I became a product developer by accident I started looking for the best products out there. I started realizing that there's processes and people out there that need help, and why can't I bring that out there? Why can I help make this happen?

Pirooz Sashar:

And as a brand developer, what if I created a, a? What if I created something amazing whereby, you know, we can help people think better and feel? Cause? That's all I was searching for at the end of the day. And that's where that and then the branding you know, I, like I said, I love beautiful things and I always created beautiful things it all started to make sense to me, you know, because I wasn't judging, or because when you judge you're really judging yourself, cause I would be the guy I was a new york guy who was in the room like, oh this sucks and go back and go back there and do it again and whatever, and that's, that was a reflection of me.

Dai Manuel:

Yeah, you know what I mean when I position ourselves in the world, right, it's just, it's amazing that it gives us this feeling of control. It's just wild and uh, I I just because I know you're sort of hitting and speaking to this development of this philosophy of conscious self-care, and I find it really fascinating because it's like quite the leap you know, when I think of it which is sort of video watering get into martial arts, you know, having to locate multiple times as a team and while you're still learning a new country and rituals and customs, and it's just like one one journey after another, right, and and I know it's compounded into why you believe what you believe today. But I guess, can you elaborate on how that philosophy, this philosophy of conscious self-care, underpins everything you do? Because I think that's actually what you're getting to right now and I'm just fascinated. Just first of all, what does that mean? Conscious self-care?

Pirooz Sashar:

well, I'll tell you this so I I can explain it. So what happened was when we started doing, when we came up with the Peruse brand and the reason we call it Peruse is not because of my ego or anything like that. I was named by a very spiritual person. The word Peruse means to win, or victory. In the Mocha Farsi, which is the beautiful language, the beautiful people of Perjimus speak, and so you, which is the beautiful language, the beautiful people of Pergamos speak. And so you know, I always knew as a kid I was given this name because I was meant to do something with it. So everything that I'm doing now I envisioned when I was 15-16 years old. I just didn't understand it, but I would always see it and um, you know. So, when we, when I, when I started this and when I started bringing all of all the pieces together, it was probably the most ever branded in my life, because I just didn't know what to do. You know, when I got into the men's world, I knew like okay, guys don't know how to take care of themselves. I was running to my friends. I'm like, can I write the word man on this product? And it'd be like, why? I'm like because I, I know, if I teach dudes, I don't know, not have a smelly armpit or had to wash their face, then I can sell products to them. Um, but we started.

Pirooz Sashar:

It was a, it was a mission, and I and so for a long for I spent the first two years. There was a lot going on around me and partners and people that are no longer involved, but they had very nice people. But I was just trying to figure it out and and I would, but I was also going through this experience of discovering myself, knowing that the next phase of my life is where I am, is where I'm supposed to be, what I'm supposed to create some great stuff and help people and bring all this, you know, bring amazing products to life. You know, that pandemic taught us a lot because we were just sitting here, it was all started during that time and just sitting around, you think quite a bit, and so you know, as I was sitting there and I'm like what is the meaning of this? I'm like if you're actually taking care of yourselves, if you're taking care of your body, and I started really studying the cells and I realized I'm like, wow, and I started really studying the cells and I realized I'm like wow, our cells, listen to our inner dialogue, our thoughts, everything that's happening in our body is all happening together. You know, it's funny.

Pirooz Sashar:

I had a grandfather who lived to be in his late to his late 90s and he used to always make me do these funny exercises like look out and smile. I'd be like why he's like I didn't get angry as you're smiling. And one day I was sitting with him and he was a pretty wise dude and people would come visit him and somebody's like well, you're, you know, whatever, whatever my grandfather was, you know too busy looking at madonna or whatever on tv. He was a, he was really young at heart and somebody one of my I think it was a cousin or second cousin was like you know what's your? How do you become happy in life? What's the definition of happiness? And he goes, my grandfather's like well, stop being unhappy. It was really simple and that kind of clicked with me and I started looking at this. I'm like, wow, our cells listen to our inner dialogue, our cells and our cellular body. I mean like I was.

Pirooz Sashar:

The past few years, all these vaccines have come to market Again. I'm not an anti-vax or for, but I'm not. I'm not political, yeah, I don't know that stuff. But when I look at it I'm like why is it the guy that gets the flu shot is the first guy to get the flu? You know why? Why are these? These things happen this way.

Pirooz Sashar:

So as I started writing the brand and I started writing about the product and where we want to be, and I see this growing, I'm like, well, what we're? Conscious self-care, the word, the word conscious self-care, the, the, the value proposition, the missions, the all of that stuff started coming to my mind and I was like, wow, this is all based on conscious self-care. What conscious self-care is is essentially caring for yourself consciously. We go throughout that, we go through the day. 95% of the time, everybody is trying to, you know, riff on our subconscious mind and our subconscious mind is our powerhouse. But if we take a little bit of time and just be more just our subconscious, we can do some amazing stuff, right, right, we can literally take anything from a non-physical level and turn it into a physical manifestation or a reality.

Pirooz Sashar:

And I'm and then I was watching, looking online, and I'm like looking at people charging all sorts of stuff every, every day, after um, again during that covid time and after covid, everybody became, everybody became a coach. Yeah so, and I would laugh because I would have 25 year olds or 23 year olds reach out to me like I want to be your life coach. You seem like an interesting guy. I'm like, yeah, you know, I would laugh about it again. Nothing against them. I would encourage them to go into the field and do what they want to do. But I'm like this is weird.

Pirooz Sashar:

And as I started thinking about it, I'm like, well, we need to. I want to create something that gives people this information, that helps people with information. Yes, everybody can make a living and make money and do whatever they want to do with it, but at the same time, if we're helping, if we're giving, that is going to create what's called circularity. So if you look at the brand, if you look at any element of what we're doing, there's circles everywhere. And I became obsessed with the circles because everything to me is circularity, everything goes around. You know I may be in a position right I may be in a position where I'm not like.

Pirooz Sashar:

You know what you can, you know whatever. I might have five dollars to my account in the thing and all of a sudden somebody says hey, man, I'm going through a rough time. I know that if I take $4 of that five bucks and give it to somebody, that it's circular, everything's circling, everything. And I just keep seeing the circle in my mind. I'm like everything is going to be okay, you know. And then these things started processing in my head and I was like how do we bring this in? This is conscious self-care. This is what conscious self-care is all about. This is what it is.

Pirooz Sashar:

And all conscious self-care comes in many forms. First of all, it starts with you know being conscious, meaning accept your detachment. You know, become nothing, become no one, step away. That is true power. Because then from there you're in the present moment, moment, and that present moment is where your power lies. And when you're present and when you're detached, I can tell you, as somebody who developed products that were very superficial for many years in the world of cosmetics, that you tap into your inner beauty and you can bring that inner beauty, inner handsomeness, whatever it is, out into the world. And I started to see that and I was like, okay, well, if everything is okay, everything is going to be great. And if I'm, you know, a ditch hash and I have this true power of being present, what's left being authentic? Because I was not an authentic person for a good period of my life, because it wasn't my fault, it was just, it was my way of masking things. Some people turn to alcohol, some people turn to pot. Done that, it was always masking things. I went high things and that wasn't I, wasn't being my authentic self. Right, if I'm not my authentic self, I can't tap into my higher self or connect with any sort of infinite intelligence, regardless of what anybody or what you believe. So when all this started clicking, I was the only thing that kept going through my head was conscious self-care, conscious self-care, conscious self-care.

Pirooz Sashar:

And I wanted to create. It wasn't just about our product. I as a product developer. We always want to create the best products. But I'm like there's amazing practitioners out there, there's a lot of amazing people like yourself out there that are doing what they believe in, and I was like I want to help these people and I want to create a community and I want this community to be able to.

Pirooz Sashar:

I just kept seeing. You know, just the same way I communicate with my son. I'm like, why is I? Was like, what if I could create something where a five-year-old, a 15-year-old, a 30-year-old, a 50-year-old everybody can benefit from it and find who they need to find and, at the same time, maybe not everybody's going to like the products I make? You know, there's a lot of amazing product developers out there. Why not bring them to the forefront and help them out in some way?

Pirooz Sashar:

Because it's so easy to be a one wonder nowadays on the Internet, because most of the things you see is all tainted, right, there's like actors and there is like a top five this and the top four that the consumer getting sick of it. And again, as usual, when you come up with an idea like that, people are like oh, never work, you're crazy. You know all this stuff, but believing in it, the right people came and and this is how we all connect and that's the beauty of it. That's what conscious self-care is all about being, you know, loving yourself consciously, loving the people around you, consciously, having a, having the space that's conscious around you, because your space makes a huge difference. Um, you know, it's everything.

Pirooz Sashar:

Consciousness is the only reality we have and we're not aware that we're in this reality and we're constantly bouncing within it, meaning the words we speak, the actions we take, the thoughts we think. That's that consciousness is the only true reality that exists. The subconscious is just a um, you know, it's your power center. It all depends what you want to deal with it, and most people are living in that subconscious mind. So I was like well, how do we help people subconscious? How do we help them go back and reprogram? How do we help them without them going broke, without them mortgaging their house and getting extra credit cards to learn some craziness or whatever? Where it's just simple, where you bring teachers together and the teachers are good, how do we watch everybody's back? And it was a conscious self-care, that's how it was born.

Dai Manuel:

I think it's beautiful, I love it and just the fact that we're engaging that awareness piece, because you are right.

Dai Manuel:

I mean, we just sort of go through our motions, and I was thinking about what you said about your grandfather. You know, just it'll stop being sad, just choose to be happy, right, like, and and it's interesting because bronnie ware, who did a lot of research and documentation around the five regrets of the dying, one of the top five regrets that people have at end of life is I wish I allowed myself to be happier, which implies that there's always a choice. You know, we can always choose to be happier and choose happiness in the moment, and so that's always sat with me, you know. So it's just interesting to see how your grandfather's also left that legacy and impact with you, right, and now you're passing it forward in a much bigger way, you know, with these online communities and really this underpinning philosophy, really a line, you know, with these online communities and really this underpinning philosophy really align it from vision, mission, purpose of the products that you're bringing to market as well.

Dai Manuel:

So I'm curious, because in the past I see you mentioned something and I thought this is really interesting, but this idea of influencing yourself in the right frequency, you know, and I want to know, like, just what does that mean? What does that mean, because I love where you're sort of going with this, like I understand this, because you know, I, I want to know, like, just what does that mean? What does that mean? Because I, I love where you're sort of going with this, like I understand this, because you know, as the gurus always say, is where your attention goes your energy flows, right. So so, uh, you know, I'd love to hear your your riff on that.

Pirooz Sashar:

So take it away well, I, I give you an idea, I was. Uh. Sometimes I sit in my car they call me from work and they're like we need a video. And I'm like, okay, where are you? And I'm like, meanwhile, like I'm in dad mode. And yeah, I'm looking on my left side, I see new york city, my old life, I'm looking over here in the village.

Pirooz Sashar:

I'm like you gotta be on this, you gotta be on. Like things are coming at 100 times 100 miles per hour. And I was in my car earlier and I did a little video and on the video I was talking about how people you know, how, how we're all vibratory, you know spirits and how we work off each other, all of us, and how sometimes you can just hang out with somebody and have the best time and just vibe and get energized and get inspired and move forward, and how sometimes we're not aware but other people's moves and influences can overtake our vibration.

Pirooz Sashar:

You know, and it's so easy because you could be in the best mood possible all of a sudden a parent calls you and says something and you're getting annoyed or like a sibling calls you, or the work, the computer doesn't work, or all these silly things happen that take us away from our true power and, uh, and and the purpose of the video I was just saying. I'm like, just, you know, besides guarding the walls of your mind, you know you can choose to hang out with who you want to hang out with, right. So, like when you and I connected, for instance, I'll give you an example and I'll get you the. This is leading to your question. When you and I connected, we started texting. You know you're sending me stuff on WhatsApp and I feel your energy because I'm like oh, this is great, you know, and even though I'm doing 50 things, and it's really helpful to me because I could be in the middle of a thousand things and 14 people coming to me in like three Zooms, the middle of a thousand things and 14 people coming to me in like three Zooms, and I'm like this is cool, you know, like, this is like, and then it just gives me this energy and I can go back into those in a certain way, and it was, you know. Again, it was, it's authentic and so, therefore, you know, I'm always looking for. You know, it's always really important to surround yourself with people that believe in you and you believe in them and they're your pillars for each other. There are going to be people you need in business especially in this business we don't have the same outlook who will take no responsibility, who blame everything on everything and they bring their personal stuff in there and it's like that's what they're generating from within. And speaking of generating, that's for that whole, that's for the concept. You know that.

Pirooz Sashar:

The question you asked about the frequency. So every, every day, you know you have a choice and, just like I mean, think about it. One of the hardest things I've ever done is intermittent fasting Cause I like to eat, man, and then you get hungry and when you get hungry you're like shit, I gotta like wait another like six hours. What if I drink water? What if I drink? We have a someone we work with who's a nutritionist and I like to next door. I'm like, is it okay if I have gum?

Pirooz Sashar:

or if I say okay whatever right, and and you know what that staying on frequency is the same thing, you know, keeping on frequency, staying on frequency is a discipline and it's a discipline that becomes natural after a while. But again, it's what takes you away from. It is the circumstances, the people around you, whatever is happening right, just think about it. You're a dad. When you're around your kids, they feed off your frequency. They are vibrating with you, you know, and especially the young ones. Take a look, I have a soon to be five year old, and like if I feel something, or if I thought somebody I knew somebody lied to me about something the other day that I'm doing business with and it like I felt it the second, I felt that his, his posture went down. That's how connected we are. Right, because I'm always guarding the walls of his mind, because I don't want him to experience anything I've ever experienced. I want him to.

Pirooz Sashar:

So, having said that, the way I started because it was explained to me for the same thing, where your attention, where energy flows, your attention goes, your attention goes, your energy flows I started hearing all these things that didn't make a lot of sense to me. But what started to make sense is I'm like, all right if everything around me is vibrating, if I'm vibrating also, and if I'm not in line with anything around me, first and foremost, how do I protect myself? You know what do I do? Because I want to stay in this state, because, if I know I'm in, I have two options. When I, when I think of something, you know it. I mean, I have two options.

Pirooz Sashar:

When I think of something, you know, if you have a thought, if I give fuel to that thought, it means emotions, right, if I put my emotions into that thought, that thought becomes my reality, that thought becomes a circumstance. That thought, that perception, just you know, it opens up in the middle of my eyes, right, and we all forget that those emotions come from our heart. Our heart's like a magnet. It has so much power. I mean, the human heart is an incredible machine and that's why it's so important to take such good care of it. And so I'm like, all right, well, if I start thinking about this. I'm like, well, if I started thinking about the past, not regretting the past, but thinking like, how much time have I spent in the past actually giving emotion, emotional, my emotional intelligence to or towards something I didn't want? A lot, we've all done that a lot, right, and what's happened? It's become a reality. Oh, what if I can change that and flip the switch and you put that towards what I want? How do I block all those other things out?

Pirooz Sashar:

Well, first and foremost, I need to stay on a frequency. And for me to stay on a frequency, I have two ops. There's two ways I can operate. You know, I really believe in there's a three-dimensional, four-dimensional, five-dimensional. We can keep going world, and I'm not a you know some mastermind, so I don't know how to get to higher levels. But what I do know is that when I'm in my zone and when I'm detached, I'm disconnected from everything, and when I'm nothing, you know, and I've accepted that, and I'm just like in this present moment and loving this present moment without even thinking about myself. I'm in my this present moment and loving this present moment without even thinking about myself.

Pirooz Sashar:

I'm in my you know, fifth dimension and for me, if I'm going to start feeling something, or if I want to feel, I have two options here. I can either, you know, start giving my art and my freak you know my emotions and start, you know, vibing and tuning in to the frequencies of the past or the frequencies of the future that are like, oh what, this is happening. Or I can, literally, because there's so many versions of us happening at the same time, and I really believe that I can become, become, I can harmonize myself and go into harmony with that I want and walk that way, talk, talk that way, speak that way, feel that way. All of a sudden, even when I'm saying this to you, my posture changes. Right, I start to sit up that way and and that's it. And, and I have two choices. I mean, life is like a movie, right, you can either um all of it up as a prop, because this is the 3D, this is all matter, it's all prop, it's going to be here when we're gone, right, our inbox will be filled when we're gone, our mail will still keep coming when we're gone, and. But we have two options. We can either stand in front of the camera and, you know, look backwards. We can get behind the camera and look into the future and just create our own movie and produce it as we go.

Pirooz Sashar:

And that, to me, is being on frequency. And so one of the things that I remind myself throughout the day is I'll stop, literally. I have these halftimes just like a you know, like a sporting event and I'll ask am I on frequency? How am I doing? Do I like how I'm speaking to people? Do I like how am I being? Am I filled with love? You know, where am I? What am I doing? What's happening? No-transcript. And again, it takes practice, because the first few times you're doing it, your subconscious goes what are you doing? What the hell's wrong with you? Of course nothing is right. Of course you're this, you suck, you know whatever right. But once you start getting good at it, once you get stronger again, it's like working out. Then you stop and you think to yourself you're like, okay, no, I need to get on frequency. It's okay if I take 15 minutes and meditate, or just take a time out or step away from this for a second and just come back into it a better way, it's okay.

Pirooz Sashar:

I often find myself around my son and I have a lot to do. Man, if you look at my Trillo list, it's like insane. And there's times I regret it where I'm like oh yeah, I'm with you in two seconds, but and he's like daddy, come play. How many times is he going to be saying that to me? You know what I mean. Like how many times is he going to be five years old? How long before he's like daddy, I'm going to see you later?

Dai Manuel:

My daughter's right now. Right, it's like, yeah, they'll call when they need something but that's you know, that's the way I'm practicing.

Pirooz Sashar:

So I I look at it that way and I'm like you know what we? We have to? To be on frequency, you have to practice being on frequency and to be practice, to practice being on frequency. It's reprogramming, it's reprogramming the cells. It's not reprogramming most people think, it's reprogramming the mind. It's reprogramming the mind, it's reprogramming the body. The body is what captures all these emotions, all this nonsense from the past that's programmed into us and then changing it up.

Pirooz Sashar:

And so just be careful, I tell everybody, guard the walls of your mind, be aware of other people's energy around you. I mean the second. You've been in conversations where the second somebody says something. You're like whoa, this dude dude is like you feel bad for them in a way. Right, you just say continue. It's like I'm persian, so we tend to be a little aggressive, so we just got it. You know what I mean and I'm no, you know that's not the way it works, but you know the way I look at it. As long as I'm being authentic, who cares? As long as I'm being honest, and I'm like no, bro, bro, this doesn't work. You know, this is what it is. You don't want it, great, but again, I cause, I want. I'm looking for people who are saying not necessarily wanting the same things I want, but we're in Exactly.

Dai Manuel:

Well, I mean you're you're also. I totally relate to this because, you know, a long time ago, when I made decisions to move away from alcohol and I mean this is 15 years ago I realized, you know, I still hung around the people. I was hanging around initially for the first couple of months, but the frequency had changed. You know, the wants had changed, the way we interacted had changed, because I had removed this social influencer right, alcohol, and they didn't, and I wasn't judging them, but I started to find myself wanting deeper connection, deeper relationships, and I wasn't judging them, but I started to find myself wanting deeper connection, deeper relationships, and I realized that alcohol was really a block to that, you know, but normalized right. And so I think what I'd like to ask you because I know we're getting close to the end here and that just means I'm going to have to have you back again and that's all good, because I can't wait to do that but what I'd like to ask you is you know a lot of what you're saying I think resonates well, but I also know being devil's advocate here.

Dai Manuel:

A lot of people are constantly dealing with self-limiting beliefs. Now, you've worked through a lot of those very intentionally, consciously, and I think that's honestly the only way you can address self-limiting beliefs is you have to first own them and then start to first own them and then start to work to rule. So how you've done that personally, but also I know that you also support people also break free from limiting beliefs to assume and I hate to say the idea of assuming a new identity, but I think it's a newfound confidence in who you are. So I think the identity always remains the same. It's just our awareness for identity and our purpose in life.

Dai Manuel:

It sometimes shifts when we release some of those limiting beliefs. You know, we have some new beliefs about ourselves, are much more freeing and much more I, I, you know, to use some of your terminology, I would imagine radiating at a better frequency, you know? Um, do you want to just talk into self-fulfillment? Because I know that I hear a lot from people just like I can't do this, oh, I wish I could do that, oh, I can. Never, you know, and it's just, it always breaks my heart because I'm just like oh, you know, you're limiting your life already without even trying. You know, and that's what just really irks me sometimes. Reach out to those people, send them those messages and be like it's okay, I see you, you can do this.

Pirooz Sashar:

Anyway, I'm lucky to hear their thoughts. Well, I mean, it's always tough when it's at home, or when it's close to the heart, or when somebody's here, right, because you could be laying there. And then you know your partner, you're like, you know what I'm in this dimension. I may not have a private jet sitting in the bath right now, but that's where I am. You know, like, I always tell one of my partners, because she's obsessed with the bed, she's obsessed with bentley's, and I'm like, and I always tell her, because you talk, I'm talking brand, and I'm like, hey, if you want, because my philosophy is, if you have a good product, if you have a good brand, if you have, if you have a great value proposition, great story, everything is right.

Pirooz Sashar:

You don't need any advertising firms, you don't need any marketing, the thing just works. So, and I always tell her, I'm like you want a Bentley, be a Bentley, right. And or you want to, you want to be a Ferrari, you want a Ferrari, be the Ferrari, right. It's sometimes easier said than done, so it's hard. It's where I found challenges with it in the past is when it's somebody that's close to you, right, and as again, you learn to detach, as again, you stay consistent with your practice and not feed into their vibration, but bring them to a better place.

Pirooz Sashar:

Well you to bring that point up because I get to connect. But to answer the question, I was speaking to someone I actually want you to meet. He's a champion, he's a bodyboarder, he and his wife are champion, bodyboarders Wow.

Pirooz Sashar:

Awesome. And then you know, because somebody's like, well, who cares about bodyboarding? It's not something like, bro, have you ever gone out in those waves? You know what it's like, and I just know that. And you said people are practicing this seven to eight hours a day. And he, and then he was telling me he's like there's days that are just hard, there's days that are this, there's days that are that, and you have to know how to swim, you have to be in a certain condition, certain shape. So and you know, he said, he said something to me about wanting to believe in himself. And I said, well, what do you mean? And he goes. Well, you know, sometimes I have this limiting belief about because I my dream is to become a world champion and I don't know how to do it, and you know. So then I then some days it's just hard. And then all of a sudden, I saw the energy level, even his posture on how does he want to call?

Pirooz Sashar:

Similar to this, and he starts going down and I was like, let me ask you a question where are you right now? And he's like what do you mean? I'm at home. I'm like where are you? Like? He's like I'm like where? And he's like hawaii. I'm like you know where I am. And he's like where. I'm like I'm in new york freezing my ass off right now, I mean. And he's like oh okay, I'm like what's the temperature there? So he tells me the temperature. I'm like how far are you from that beautiful blue water? He's like I can just walk to it.

Pirooz Sashar:

I'm like ah it's pretty cool, isn't it? Huh? And he's like, yeah, and. And he was like, well, uh, okay. And I said, let me ask you another question. What do you see? You know, when you start thinking about becoming a world champion, you've obviously thought about it before, right. And so when you have this thought, what do you see? And he's like, well, I, um, and he started describing it to me, you know. And he's like I'm this, I'm that my wife was world champion too, and I'm a world. And we, all of a sudden, our entire conversation and the energy turned into the world, world bodyboarding, surfing, world champion, which I know nothing about. I mean I'm.

Pirooz Sashar:

I told them I was like I'm obsessed with what they do, because the two things I'm obsessed with is fly. Well, I'm, I'm in love with his flying and I want to learn how to surf. I've always wanted to learn how to surf. So I'm like I'm like, dude, you're my, you might be young, but you're my idol, bro. Like you're doing what I want to do every day, and so, anyway. So I started telling him, like start tell me what that feels like. So he starts describing it to me and I'm like where did I fought for? And he said well, it was. It was something that, you know, I thought about. And I said, well, it formed in your conscious mind. It was just, it was a thought. Then it turned into an image and when it turned into an image, you pressed it into your subconscious, I mean, you put in precedent to your subconscious. It went into the body and you acted and you started, you know, you started manifesting things and he was like okay. And I said okay, let me ask you another question do you like pizza? And he's like, yeah, I'm like, well, do you ever get hungry? Order a pizza? And he's like, yeah, I'm like. So what happens? He goes well, I get hungry. I'm like you think about it, right, you have this fawn. And then you just go, half subconsciously, you order the pizza. And then what happens? And the pizza comes.

Pirooz Sashar:

So during this process where you're waiting for the pizza, are you sitting back and thinking that your pizza is not coming, that you're not going to eat, that you're not going to have food, that the world and that, all of a sudden, the state of hawaii is going to run out of pizza? And he's like no, I already know I'm going to get the pizza. And I'm like well, why can't the world championship be the same way? You know? Why can't? Why not think about I know it's again? And I told him I was like that's just same way.

Pirooz Sashar:

You've been conditioned to think about the pizza and a hundred other things in your life. You want, like a world champion, walk like a world champion, train like a world champion, because at some point something is going to happen, you know, and it's when you least expect it. And and I said don't go into it. And that's the other advice I have for everybody. Don't go into it just thinking like, oh, when is it coming? It's going to work, is it not going to work?

Pirooz Sashar:

Because, again, when you detach and you're disconnected from it and you're just flowing, you know, you get into that state of flow where everything is happening for you. Then possibilities are endless and things you'd be surprised. You walk into a place and you have no idea. You know, like how you were meant to meet somebody, how you connect with somebody. Look, I'm sitting here today with you and look how, look how we connected. Right, we are just being just strange the way. I would have never thought I. I never even look at that other platform and then one day I look at what I see you and I see your, the thing you did for our brand. I'm like this guy's great I want to hang out with this dude.

Pirooz Sashar:

You know and you just never know you know, and it's and it's, and that's the beauty of life. And at the end of the day, that which is yours will come to you, you know, and if you've thought about it and you feel it in your heart, it's going to come to you in one shape or the other. The rest is up to you. What happens is you limit, we limit ourselves. When we start doubting, when we start thinking all these other things, when start like well, I'm not again your subcontract, like I'm not good enough, or why did I do this? Or why did I choose this? Why does it even matter? You're here now, yes, and that's a practice of its own. You're here now and there's things that happen to me. Some days die. I have no idea.

Pirooz Sashar:

I'm like, okay, well, this is interesting, you know, like literally, I had one of those days yeah, like the other day where, like I was like sitting down with someone, a hypnotist that I'm friends with, we're just having a conversation she's helped me out quite a bit in the past, met her in the strangest way, and then I start getting these feels and you would think, like most people, I was thinking to myself on the way, you know, to one of the scenarios. I was like most people would be on there, like if this was 20 years ago. I'd be on the floor like kicking myself and pouting and throwing things at the wall, and then I started. Then, all of a sudden, I felt good, cause I'm like I really don't think, it really doesn't matter. At the end of the day, everything's going to be all right.

Pirooz Sashar:

You know, and that's the approach, that's the discipline. I'm going to stick by the same way you choose to eat healthy. Why? Because you know what you put in is what you get out. So what you put in here is what you're going to get out, and what you put in here is what you're going to get out even more. So I mean this, this is a magnet man. This thing is, like you know, brings itself. I don't know if I answered the question, but you did it just sharing you know daily life with you, man, and how that sort of connects, you know well, I think the mindset, but that's that mind-body connection.

Dai Manuel:

I find nowadays it's not like you have to convince people of this anymore. They are very aware they might try to be ignorant to their own states at times and try to avoid that. And of course, as let me believe, sometimes, trump, the real you know like what's actual reality. The real, you know like what's actual reality. But again it's as you shared, it's a lot of that self perspective and how it influences our outwardly perspective, right, and how we show up, and I just keep thinking of Rumi while you're talking and so uh, you know something interesting I just want to leave you with.

Pirooz Sashar:

I want to make sure, because people, uh, when they get exposed to some of this information, it could be on Instagram, it can be on social media, whatever and I'm not saying what I'm putting out there is great or not. I just share whatever the hell is on my mind, right, but there's stuff out there. Like to be a billionaire, you have to, to be this, you have to do that to manifest what you want. To say these things 12 times like people just chill, like relax, relax. You know, get to know yourself and look in the mirror and realize that you are the one you know you are, you are the creator, and then look at yourself and love yourself and then fall in love with your own vibration. That is true power. From that moment, once you get good at that, you know and this is something we have to like expand upon in later podcasts we can also bring people who can teach this. It's because it really helps people.

Pirooz Sashar:

Man, it's like. It's not about like. It's like I was telling somebody the other day. They're like well, what do you think of the market? I'm like what market? And they're like you know the economy. Are you worried about it? I'm like I created my own economy, bro. And you're like well, how did you come up with this valuation? I created my own valuation. I don't need to go on the shark tank, I don't need to do this sort of stuff and I'm not being cocky, it's just that I don't pay. Be your own reality. You know, long as you're doing something that's working, you're helping people, especially in this day and age, and you're giving back, and you again, it's all about that circularity. As long as it's in a nice circle, then you have something beautiful. But you don't need to like don't, because I know people look at that like I gotta get up tomorrow and I gotta go because this thing, this app said I gotta do this.

Pirooz Sashar:

You don't have to do anything, you can shoot to do it right and the rest of it is the rest of it, and all these guys that they use is like elon musk wakes up in the morning and eats this and we don't know he could be eating bacon, egg and cheese for all. We have no idea, bro. Like no, nobody knows any of that. But you know he's in frequency with everything he's doing, and so are all these other guys that they use. Guys and, ladies and gentlemen, I should say that they use Guys, ladies and gentlemen, I should say that they use as comparison. That's all they're doing. They're just in frequency and their vibratory outlook is in harmony with what they desire.

Dai Manuel:

That's it Right. It's that alignment of conscious and self-conscious right. When you get those two things aligned, oh my goodness, watch out, because it is life-changing. It really can be. But and what we're talking about? It's not like we're talking about a cryptic code that you need to crack. It's like giving yourself the space to just start to apply some of the things we talked about they even just meditate.

Dai Manuel:

You know, like just doing a little bit of meditation every day, I mean, if you're someone that loves the science, sure science has. Science has come around and said, wow, yeah, we'll see a decrease in cortisol levels, we'll see heart rate variability decrease, you're going to feel less stressful, you'll be more present. You know, and they study this and they've you know, there's thousands of ideas about meditation and it's like what more do you need as an invitation to just try it?

Pirooz Sashar:

You know something, Guy If you look at any amazing person in history, if you look at some of the like not that I studied dictators, but I always wondered I'm like how did this guy take over a country when he was like 18 years old? Or how did this guy do this? Or how did I got, or how did this if you look at anybody who's done anything I'm not saying dictators are great, but if you look at anybody who's done anything great or done something where you're just like how the hell did they do that? You have to know that they, even though they couldn't see it, smell it, taste it, you know, but they believed in it so much and they stayed so committed to that belief that they just do it. They just did it. It happened in some way, form or the other. And then others believed in their cause or believed in what they were doing at some point and I'm sure everybody, like anybody else, at some point.

Pirooz Sashar:

Some somebody told Napoleon like you're not gonna be able to conquer nothing, and he's like you know, and I, I read something the other day and they were saying he's like circumstances, I create my own circumstances. You know, what I mean Apparently it was quote by Napoleon.

Dai Manuel:

somebody said I can believe it. I mean, I'm sure he said it in French. But you know, there we go.

Pirooz Sashar:

I'm not saying Napoleon was a great guy, but my point is that the guy's conquered a bunch of countries. You know what I mean, back in those days where there was no GPS and navigation and computers and whatever.

Dai Manuel:

You're right, you're right, you're right. And you know, for the sake of brevity I do recognize we're getting on time here, but I always like to give you know sort of that last words from my guests. So you know, what would you like to leave today for the audience? You know this is sort of your last sort of goodbye to them, or invitations. What would you like to leave with them today?

Pirooz Sashar:

I think it's really important for everybody to understand these three things Not everybody, but if I can share something with you, if you said what are the three most important things that I can take from you, peruz, or what you've learned, I wouldn't say the same three things I said at the beginning of this. Say the same three things. I said at the beginning of this that your power lies in your detachment, you know, and being able to step out and be nothing and live in the moment. Your power lies in the present, loving the present moment and um and and being authentic number. You know, but, most important, knowing you know. You have two options.

Pirooz Sashar:

Every day you have to believe. There's two things you can believe in. One is fear and worry and all this other stuff which is like, which slows down your rave lengths, which slows everything. Everything's moving fast, but everything just slows down for you. And the other option is to have faith and know everything is going to be okay, although everything is going to move slower. Everything around you is moving a lot faster than you imagine and I would leave. It's pretty simple and nothing you know. Amazing, and I can tell you it's taken me a while to figure out everything that I've been through, the journey I've been on. It's taken me some time to figure that out, and you know.

Dai Manuel:

I live by it every day and I try to expand on that and I try to help other people with it too. You know so Well. I really appreciate your time today to connect and share some of these pearls of wisdom that you've gathered in your lifetime and I know it's a constant evolution. Just based on every conversation I have with you, I'm always amazed at how much more depth, but also how much more wisdom I'm able to uncover in our conversation. More, um, I just wisdom I'm able to uncover in our conversation.

Dai Manuel:

So I'm I'm really stoked to have you back later, uh, especially to talk about some of the other interesting projects, and I'd love to have you back to talk about the community that you're developing, specifically, because I think it's. People need community. We all do, we're all looking for it, but but when we align with the right people, with the right intentions, with the right support systems, it's incredible how life can take a whole new meaning for each individual. That's part of that community, and it's always fun to do it together. So I'm going to have you back real soon.

Pirooz Sashar:

Awesome. Thank you so much. I appreciate it Seriously. Lots of love to everybody out there.

Dai Manuel:

What an exciting journey we've undertaken today with Peruse. Thank you for tuning into the 2% Solution. Each narrative shared opens up new perspectives and ways of being. Peruse has underlined the transition from mere survival to thriving, showcasing the power of aligning ourselves with the right frequency and the significance of mindful self-care. If Peruz's journey and insights inspire you, I encourage you to delve deeper. Visit his website at peruzco and follow him across various social media platforms to continue the dialogue and begin incorporating your own 2% solutions into your life.

Dai Manuel:

As a special offer for our listeners, use the coupon code DIMENWELL20, that's D-A-I-M-A-N-U-E-L-2-0, during checkout on his website to save 20% off your purchase. Connect with him on LinkedIn, instagram, facebook, twitter and TikTok to witness a life operating at its pinnacle potential. Remember, each minor step is a part of a larger journey towards self-discovery and empowerment. Share this episode with friends and family on their pathway to personal mastery, and let's spread the concept of living a life that's not just fine but truly extraordinary. Thank you for joining us and, until next time, challenge yourself to make that 2% shift that triggers significant growth. Stay tuned for more inspiring episodes on the 2% solution with me, your host, diamond. Well, until next time.

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