Sharam is a mystic whose presence and teachings have affected the lives of so many people. His divine perspective of life and existence brings clarity and light into each and every fiber of our being.
Due to the openness of his family, Sharam’s early life was packed with diverse experiences of different religions and spiritual practices—from Christianity to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sufism. Going through all these experiences, he was always drawn to one thing all those practices shared: Mysticism.
As a young adult, he went through college studying Economics. Yet, his interest in religion brought him to Pacific Lutheran University, where he got a taste of both worlds all in one. After completing his studies, he spent a few years out of the country, running UN projects, helping refugees in Eastern countries. Upon his return to the States, he continued his education in a graduate program of intercultural communication at the School for International Training. Soon after, he joined another UN project, working closely with the Dalai Lama, helping with Tibetan refugees. His humanitarian pursuits nourished his interest in spirituality and led him to the path of self-realization. He continued his path by traveling to the East, where finally all his experiences and understanding, like pieces of a puzzle, came together. Ever since, he has committed his life to bringing understanding and awareness to people around him. He considers humans as divine beings and believes, by bringing love and understanding to all problems, not only can we overcome them but also use them to grow and expand our consciousness, eliminating feelings of regret and guilt by doing things out of awareness.
The teachings of his classes and talks have been turned into several books which are helping people from different nationalities, ages, and backgrounds. His art is also a manifestation of his inner clarity and blissfulness. Sharam’s simple, yet inspiring and colorful, paintings represent the beauty and simplicity of nature. His paintings are gentle embellishments throughout some of his books.