Farhan Ahmed

IFS Practitioner & Being Coach

Welcome to Infinite Self. I am here to help you access the ocean of stillness within you. This space is not just an inner refuge, but it is the very essence of who you are. As you experience life with its emotions, ecstasies, traumas and tragedies, you may sometimes lose touch with it. You may find certain parts of your psyche overwhelming you, like anxiety, stress, despair, fear, anger, sadness, or hopelessness. To help you deal with these inner storms, I will guide you towards witnessing and healing, so you begin to live more of life from your Infinite Self. 

I am a Canadian of South Asian origin, born and raised in Bangladesh. I have lived in Norway, United States, India, Uruguay, China and Singapore. I hold a Bachelor’s from Middlebury College and a Master’s from the National University of Singapore. I also spent 5 years working at Google where I supported small business owners to expand and grow. My diverse background gives me a deep understanding of the human experience, encompassing various life-paths and contexts. I also possess specific knowledge of South Asian culture, the diasporic experience across the world, and the predominant cultural burdens that these communities carry

In collaborations, I make use of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy model, as well as my extensive training as a Vipassana meditator. I am also a musician and songwriter. As such, my perspectives on spirituality are influenced by Bengali poetry and folk music, like the works of Fakir Lalon and Rabindranath Tagore. 

I live in Montreal with my wife and our daughter. I offer sessions in English, Bengali and Spanish. Reach out to connect with me. I look forward to meeting you.