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HOW DO YOU PRAY: A CONVERSATION WITH SPIRITUAL LEADERS

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Wednesday, August 13, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show takes a look at prayer with the author and contributors to the powerful book: HOW DO YOU PRAY: Celeste Yacaboni, Mirabai Starr, Jamal Rahman, and Steve Bhaerman.

Celeste Yacaboni is passionate about helping people discover a deeper experience of the sacred in their daily lives. Ordained a Minister of Walking Prayer by the Center fro Sacred Studies, she facilitates healing and transformation through her unique approach to spiritual direction and her mastery of a number of healing arts. Her book HOW DO YOU PRAY? Is an inter-spiritual prayer book and resource guide to an emerging global spirituality, which embraces our religious and spiritual diversity.

Miarabai Starr is a critically acclaimed author and translator of sacred literature. She teaches and speaks widely on contemplative practice, inter-spiritual experience and the transformational power of loss. Her book DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL was released on the same day that Mirabai’s fourteen year old daughter, Jenny, was killed in a car accident. 

Iman Jamal Rahman is a popular speaker on Islam, Sufi spirituality and interfaith relations. He has been featured in the New York Times, CBS News, BBC, and various NPR programs.  Jamal is the author of several books. Since 9/11, Jamas has been collaborating with Rabbi Ted Falcon and Pastor Don Mackenzie. Affectionately known as the Interfaith Amigos, they tour the country sharing the message of spiritual inclusiveness.

Steve Bhaerman is an internationally known author, humorist, and workshop leader. For more than 27 years, he has written and performed as Swami Beyondananda, the “Cosmic Comic.”

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