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A Healthy Approach to the Baha’i Fast with Dr. Saeid Mirafzali, M.D.  MHSA

February 27, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST

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DRBI is honored to have Dr. Saeid Mirafzali, M.D.  MHSA discuss a healthy approach to the Baha’i Fast.

The presentation and following discussion is on the deep spiritual and physical aspects of the Fast and how to manage both, in order to better reap the benefits of this essential, obligatory practice and pillar of one’s spiritual life.

It is hoped all participants, including the presenter, will better appreciate the spiritual meaning and significance of the Bahai Fast.  We will discuss effective strategies to manage hunger and appetite so one can focus more on the spiritual side than being preoccupied with the physical.

Sunday, February 27, 2022 starting:

8:00 PM Eastern _ 7:00 PM Central  _ 6:00 PM Mountain _ 5:00 PM Pacific Time

This 90 minute online session is ADMISSION BY DONATION.  A donation today helps DRBI continue to offer exceptional content to you. Thank you in advance. Please donate here.  And note, donors still need to register for the course.

Saeid Mirafzali is a 3rd generation Baha’i.  He and his family returned from China in 2015, after living there for 11 years.  He is the author of the booklet published by the Baha’i Publishing Trust of India entitled “Happy Fasting! A Healthy Approach to the Baha’i Fast” which has been translated from English into Hindi, Mandarin and Farsi.

Professionally, he is a physician specializing in Internal Medicine and Hospital Administration. He currently works for the New York Presbyterian Health System.

He is married to Shahrzad Mirafzali and has three children – Niki, Ryan, and Sofie.

To purchase a copy of Dr. Mirafzali’s booklet, “Happy Fasting” please CLICK HERE


February 27, 2022
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST




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