Self Image Psychology (3 CDs) By Yassir Fazaga

Self Image Psychology expounds on some of the harmful messages promoted by the western media. The speaker points out how these common messages damage the Muslims' self-image psychology. Among the many things discussed in this presentation are examples of proper self-respect and self-reverence from the lives of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (s).

In addition, the speaker mentions common acts that entail lack of self esteem, such as the changing of Muslim names to non Muslim ones and the changing of the Islamic identity in general. The mere nature of this discussion reveals how Muslims today really view themselves.

Sheikh Yasir was born in Eritrea in Northeast Africa and moved to the United States at the age of 15. Upon graduating high school, he pursued a Bachelors Degree in Islamic Studies from the Imam Saud University Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in Virginia. He has finished work for his Masters in Psychotherapy at California State, Long Beach, and has a PhD in Psychology as well. He is currently a professor at the American Open University in Alexandria, Virginia, and Imam at the Orange County Islamic Foundation in Mission Viejo, where he teaches religious education classes and leads the youth group.

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Self Image Psychology (3 CDs) By Yassir Fazaga

Self Image Psychology expounds on some of the harmful messages promoted by the western media. The speaker points out how these common messages damage the Muslims' self-image psychology. Among the many things discussed in this presentation are examples of proper self-respect and self-reverence from the lives of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (s).

In addition, the speaker mentions common acts that entail lack of self esteem, such as the changing of Muslim names to non Muslim ones and the changing of the Islamic identity in general. The mere nature of this discussion reveals how Muslims today really view themselves.

Sheikh Yasir was born in Eritrea in Northeast Africa and moved to the United States at the age of 15. Upon graduating high school, he pursued a Bachelors Degree in Islamic Studies from the Imam Saud University Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in Virginia. He has finished work for his Masters in Psychotherapy at California State, Long Beach, and has a PhD in Psychology as well. He is currently a professor at the American Open University in Alexandria, Virginia, and Imam at the Orange County Islamic Foundation in Mission Viejo, where he teaches religious education classes and leads the youth group.

Listen to a sample:

 

 Volume 1:

 Volume 2:

 Volume 3:

 

 

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