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IN THE FIRE OF GRACE
بنفشه صیاد


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Short performance by Banafsheh Sayyad

Recitation by acclaimed writer and journalist Homa Sarshar and

renowned Mystic and Writer Andrew Harvey

Presentation by Andrew Harvey

Photo Exhibit by Mehri Sahihi

Arrival: 7 PM
Program: 8 - 9:30 PM
Private Residence in Brentwood

Wine and refreshments will be served

Tickets: $50

with each ticket, you will receive the DVD, In the Fire of Grace as a gift

Valet Parking provided

upon purchase, the address will be provided
Info: (818) 887-7878

In In the Fire of Grace, Banafsheh interprets five stages of the soul's archetypal journey to union with the Beloved in movement that marries as Rumi's mystical vision does, the serene peace with the fierce gorgeous passion of the divine. She is accompanied by Andrew Harvey as the voice of Rumi, summoning her deeper into the flames of death and rebirth.

Andrew Harvey is the renowned mystical scholar, Rumi translator, poet, spiritual teacher, writer of over 30 books, and architect of Sacred Activism. Harvey's Rumi is a thunderous, poignant Shakespeare of the soul, catching one unaware and making retreat impossible. The dances are illumined by discussions exploring the urgency of Rumi's message to our turbulent world and the devastating, glorious paradoxes of the mystical journey.

"As an embodied mystic of the divine feminine, her presentations are not performances but transmissions which transform your vision of dance forever. Dancer and dance become one initiatory flame of grace."

Andrew Harvey

"Part whirling dervish, part flamenco femme fatale, sensuous and audacious, Banafsheh's dance is a mesmerizing foray into the body as trance mechanism; a DNA strand, supple, fluid and noble, come to life." Los Angeles Times