- Baha’is believe in the power of prayer and you’ll find Baha’is and their friends, throughout the world, getting together to pray. This is often referred to as a ‘devotional gathering’ or ‘devotional meeting’, and they happen in diverse settings, whether in cities or villages.
This is a talk by Deborah Walters called Shine Forth Like Lightning, Illuminate the Darkness! given by Deborah Walters at the Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference (Phoenix, USA) in December, 2016.
Deborah Walters owns her own international private practice and serves locally at SUNU clinic in Minneapolis, USA. She specializes in mental and emotional health and skin disease as well as various physical illnesses. Her hallmark is getting to the core of the issue without losing sight of the whole picture, challenging your patterns of thinking and perceptions.
We’d like to thank the organizing committee of the Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference and Deborah Walters for granting us permission to share this talk with you. You can find out more about this annual conference here on their website, or from this Baha’i Blog article about the conference.
If you’d like to know more about Deborah Walters, we encourage you to check out her website: deborahshealingarts.com.
You can also listen to another talk by Deborah Walters given at the Grand Canyon Baha’i conference called “How to Bridge Local to Global: Healing the Entire Being through Local Symptoms” using this link.
You can also read Baha’i Blog’s interview with Deborah Walters here: The Supreme Remedy: A New Book about Fasting by Deborah Walters
Plus purchase a copy of her book The Supreme Remedy here on Amazon – it’s great!
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