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Inspire listeners to have hope, see life in a new way, and love one another. Share dreams, wishes, hopes, and intentions. Help the audience part the veil between Heaven and Earth, and know that help and guidance are always available to us if we can still ourselves long enough to listen deeply. Stars hold, carry, and reflect the light. We can be that light and the guiding northern star for one another--the guiding light we search for in the darkest of nights. There is still light in the world. Let's be a compassionate beacon that others look toward, and keep the path of life lit for one another. Sonya Haramis, M.Ed., is a storyteller of spirit, and through her award- winning inspirational books, weaves ancient wisdom into modern stories, which reveal enduring truths in fun adventures. She has co-written two screenplays (based on her books), and is currently writing the sequel to The Circle of Olympians, as well as her first non-fiction book. Her books include: Gracious Gifts…Expressions of the Divine, inspirational parables endorsed by Deepak Chopra, James Redfield, Dr. John Gray, Midwest Book Review, and others. The Circle of Olympians, a modern Greek myth and coming of age power story. The Adventures of Lumi Nary Light a Fairy Tale of a Teeny Tiny Angel, which Sonya also illustrated, is about a tiny angel full of love who teaches young readers to find their wings and shows us that even the smallest of us can get our wings. It also illustrates Sonya’s belief in love, magic, and miracles. Sonya is a Nidan (second degree black belt) in Aikido, a spiritual martial art of harmony and peace. She holds a master's degree in counseling psychology from Boston University and a bachelor's degree from Boston College. “…Sonya Haramis will establish herself as one of the great spiritual storytellers of our time…” Liz Illgen for Retailing Insight (formerly New Age Retailer) Learn more about Sonya at www.peaceofthedreamer.com

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