Shervin Hojat
  • Male
  • Austin, TX
  • United States
Share on Facebook MySpace

Shervin Hojat's Friends

  • Carla S Mannes, MSW
  • Jovana Marie
  • Sherry Buikema
  • Darlene McPeek Kancharla
  • Christopher Stewart
  • Kathy Custren
  • Kristine
  • Stephanie Whitaker
  • Marina {WolfWillow}
  • Eli
  • Chris Anderson/Onefeather
  • Jennifer Mannion
  • Nichespur
  • RAk
  • Omtimes Media

Gifts Received (1)

Red Ribbon From Violet Bale

Shervin Hojat's Page

Profile Information

Please provide a brief Author Bio ( 60 to 100 words maximum, please. )
Born in Tehran, Iran,I came to the United States at the age of 17 to continue my education. I obtained my PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1986. Since that time, I have had papers published and have been awarded patents in my field.

I married my soul mate and wife, Tammy, in 1981. We have a daughter and son, and we are very proud of whom they have become.

For many years I have been searching for spirituality and my life's purpose. My father's fatal accident in 2006 jump started my major personal transformation.

My interests are writing, poetry, nature, self discovery, dreams, energy work, shamanism, trance dance, and racquetball.

I am author of a book, Tend to Your Garden Within, in which I have documented my
thoughts, emotions, and inspiration, through poems and short articles to hopefully help others with their own personal journeys.

I am committed to sharing my experiences to help others in taking their personal journey to know self and experience joy.
Are there additional websites where you can be found?

Shervin Hojat's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Shervin Hojat's Articles

Steps to Reduce Worry

Posted on July 5, 2015 at 9:46pm 0 Comments

Do you worry a lot? Worry is created from disconnect from higher Self and lack of faith and trust in the Universe.

Worry has many forms: worry about health, any form of loss, finance, rejection, being wrong, ridiculed and not being good enough among many others. Worry is a form of protection to reduce the pain of what we may feel when something that we project may happen in the future. Worry is down payment for some events that you wish it will never happen.

How do you deal…


Are You Seeking Freedom?

Posted on April 12, 2015 at 9:16pm 0 Comments

I was talking with my friend. I was telling her that I want to make lots of money to become free to buy whatever I want and not to worry about money. She asked me a simple question. Are you sure that is freedom? After a while, I realized the depth of her question. Freedom is not really about trying to meet all of our wants and desires. It is about understanding why we desire something. It is about understanding ourselves and our unconscious patterns and beliefs.

People have different…


Facing Our Fear

Posted on January 4, 2015 at 7:09pm 0 Comments

Does growth and self-realization require that we transcend our life’s conditioning and fears?  We naturally do not want to deal with seeming unpleasant feelings such as fear of abandonment and emptiness. Yet, somehow, we face our fears and insecurities, willingly or unwillingly, throughout our lives.

My experience is that events (call it unlucky, subconscious, etc.) create situations such that our attachments to what defines us are cut or severely threatened. These events give us an…


The Trouble With I don't Know!

Posted on December 21, 2014 at 10:14pm 1 Comment

I have misplaced my car keys many times. You most likely have done the same. I have realized when I say “I do not know where my keys are” almost all the times, someone else has to help me to find them or it takes me a long time to locate my car keys. However, if I just simply say, “I wonder where my keys are?” within seconds my attention goes to the location of my car keys. Have you ever wondered why?

“I do not know” is a phrase many of us use often. What message are you conveying to…


Comment Wall (5 comments)

You need to be a member of OMTimes Writer's Community to add comments!

Join OMTimes Writer's Community

At 12:41pm on January 28, 2011, Marina {WolfWillow} said…

Hi Shervin - hope you have an awesome day!   Love & Light!

At 11:45am on September 25, 2010, Marina {WolfWillow} said…

At 2:58am on May 26, 2010, Chris Anderson/Onefeather said…
Thanks for the kind words about my poem, my Persian friend! I feel a deep alignment with your cultural lineage... and especially the art of that region.
At 12:36pm on January 28, 2010, RAk said…
hello dear friend,

“Fly free and happy beyond birthdays and across forever, and we'll meet now and then when we wish, in the midst of the one celebration that never can end.”
Richard Bach

We all came to wish you a very happy birthday,
Happy sun return!
At 4:44pm on November 30, 2009, Ms.Gypsy said…
Welcome to Om Time Magazine my Friend!!!
Is a honor to have you!!!

Hi my dear new Friend!!!!
I want to take this opportunity to welcome you to Om Time Magazine. Make yourself at home. We look forward to hearing from you.
Blessings and Light
Love always,
Ms. Gypsy

OM Times Magazine is a Holistic Green eZine with a Spiritual Self-growth Perspective for the Conscious Community.



OMTimes Community May Newsletter

Started by Omtimes Media. Last reply by Darity Wesley Jun 7. 4 Replies

Community Call Tomorrow June 9th

Started by Omtimes Media. Last reply by Maureen Keefe Jun 21, 2021. 7 Replies

Credibility and Reputation

Join our group of authors on Goodreads:

Alterative Medicine Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory
Blogarama - Spirituality Blogs
Follow me on Blogarama
follow us in feedly

Help Support Us In Our Work and Keep OM-Times Magazine Free For All!!!

Where to find us


Contextual Links

Free Web Directory - Add Your Link

The Little Web Directory


Find Local News Worldwide


Who Owns The American Media

Follow Me on Pinterest
Merchant Processing Service
web directories
Submit Your Site To The Web's Top 50 Search Engines for Free! - Add free links and articles.

Ciford Web Directory


© 2022   Created by Omtimes Media.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Omtimes writer's community