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The Gold Coast Baha’i Community in Australia hosts information evenings that seek to explore a Baha’i perspective on topics that relate to the life of society. In this talk given on September 27, 2018, Dr Reza Samvat explores the meaning of dreams and what they tell us about our souls. Dream interpretation, he offers, can be a powerful tool for self-reflection, sanctifying the heart, acquiring virtues, and minimizing prejudice.
Dr Reza Samvat is highly sought after researcher and presenter. He is a chiropractor with 16 years of experience in various areas of chiropractic and holistic health. Dr Samvat has completed post graduate training in acupuncture, applied kinesiology, the treatment of learning disability and hyperactivity and chiropractic neurology. He is interested in neurology and its connection to personal transformation and acquiring virtues.
Special thanks to the Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the Gold Coast for organizing these talks and for granting Baha’i Blog permission to film them. You can find out more about the Gold Coast Baha’i Community here on their website: http://www.goldcoast.bahai.org.au/
You can also download this talk from Baha’i Blog’s Soundcloud page:
For more Baha’i-inspired talks, you can check out Baha’i Blog’s collection of talks here on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/bahai-blog/sets/bahai-talks or visit Baha’i Blog’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMElelRsEM4&list=PLePDtgwcyKAR-YtCDQomfurBPiEKxPPQg
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