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This Was No Coincidence: A Reading & Tea Hour with Mitra Mostofi
Tea brings us together. Tea allows us to pause and reflect. In our hurried lives, tea can be our companion to stimulate with serenity.
Come join us for tea and a contemplative discussion on the importance of self-awareness. Mitra will read an excerpt from her first book This Was No Coincidence. Books and tea will be available for purchase. Bring paper and pen if you would like to journal!
Mitra Mostofi is the author of This Was No Coincidence. In her self-help memoir, she narrates her journey on what it takes to survive an identity crisis as a white immigrant raised in a non-affluent black neighborhood, not rich enough to be cool enough with her royal like ex-pat family. She’d had many life-altering events, but it wasn't until she reached a quagmire of life-and-death thoughts through her own journey with breast cancer at the age of 27 that she found the courage to set out on a self-awakening path.
Her contemplative practice of self awareness has enriched her creativity rather than reactivity to life events. Her second book, Reflections to Enlightenment, is a collection of adages she collected through her own reflections.The path of mindful awareness has untethered self actualization in helping her reach her highest potential.Her background is in the medical field and plans on utilizing the knowledge of the physical health in bridging mind-body awareness.
She visions building a self awareness community through her website, www.mitraship.com.... See MoreSee Less
Trio of Health
Join us in an active discussion about mind-body awareness in the context of the environment we live in.
Em Strong - Certified Yoga Instructor (also specialized for cancer patients), will guide us in a 30min yoga session
Ashley Maltz - Integrative Medicine Physician, will educate us in minimizing exposure to the toxins in our environment.
Mitra Mostofi -Author, will read an excerpt from her first book This Was No Coincidence and speak about the importance of self-awareness in not just surviving but thriving... See MoreSee Less
International Women's Day Tea
Come join us in celebrating our creativity, leadership, and nurturing embrace with a cup of tea. $10/ ticket for talks, tea and sweets.
Mitra Mostofi, author of This Was No Coincidence, will speak about the importance of self-awareness in the context of global influence. She will introduce Persian tea with complementary sweets.
Christina Meade, whose every day vocation is International Women’s Day, is the founder of Nerdy Girl Supplies and will speak about mother-daughter connectivity with some Irish tea.
Soniya Ekici, owner of The Original Henna Company, will speak about the art of henna and the culture of chai. She will show us how to make the Chai that she grew up with in India.... See MoreSee Less
Trio of Awareness
1570 S.Dairy Ashford, Suite 109 Houston, Tx 77077
Come hear what a self-help author, a wellness coach and a nutritionist have to share on what it takes to empower the survivor within you.
Mitra Mostofi, author of This Was No Coincidence
Blair Johnson, wellness coach at Eat Learn Thrive
Sehba Nasir, registered dietician at Nutrinivana
Wholesome treats provided by Love Bites by Tanuja.
Virtual Birthday Boost
Welcome to my creative birthday wish. If I could get a birthday gift that would keep giving, or a gift that can be a gift for us all then wouldn’t you want to give me that gift? If I could get birthday wishes to wish me wellness wouldn’t that beget wellness for all of us?
So instead of the conventional crowdfunding to launch my website, I’m asking you all to purchase and or help promote my second book (which is a fundraising book).
Share this for my birthday and follow the inspiration the rest of the days. You can also opt to sign up for updates of my later creative creations on mitraship.com
www.createspace.com/6312848?ref=1147694&utm_id=6026... See MoreSee Less
Author Meet & Greet: Self Awareness to Actualization
Mitra Mostofi is the author of "This Was No Coincidence". In her self-help memoir, Mitra narrates her journey on what it takes to survive an identity crisis as a white immigrant raised in a non-affluent black neighborhood, not rich enough to be cool enough with her royal like ex-pat family.
Mitra had experienced many life-altering events, but it wasn't until she reached a quagmire of life-and-death thoughts through her own journey with breast cancer at the age of 27 that she found the courage to set out on a self-awakening path. Her contemplative practice of self awareness has enriched her creativity rather than reactivity to life events. The path of mindful awareness has untethered self actualization in helping her reach her highest potential.
Join us for dialogue from an intro to her story and parallel reflections on how to get through our existential barrier. It will be an interactive session of examples on how self awareness is vital to not just surviving but also thriving.
FLAGSTAFF ROOM @ Boulder Public LIbrary
Main Library Parking
Parking at Main Library
Until 7 p.m your first 90 minutes are free public parking. You may purchase an additional 90 minutes for $1.25/hour by credit card, or 25 cents/12 minutes for coins.
If you need to park longer than 3 hours, please park in a public parking garage nearby to avoid a $15 ticket.
This event is not sponsored by Boulder Public Library. For more information, please contact [Boulder Women’s Wellness Group]. Access to free meeting rooms is a service of Boulder Public Library.
The Persian Students Organization supports this event in that Ms. Mostofi is an Iranian-American with a perspective that may be of interest to our members.... See MoreSee Less
Self Awareness CommuniTEA
SLOWING DOWN FOR SELF AWARENESS
In a rushing society with drive thrus and mulit-tasking it's becoming more challenging to stay present and practice mindful self awareness. Tea brings people together. Tea brings our self centered. In ancient times of wisdom and pause, communities came togehter to drink tea and recite mystic poems of understanding the human condition.
Author, Mitra Mostofi will be moderating a discussion on how self awareness is vital to not just surviving but thriving in our communities. She will read an intro from her book titled This Was No Coincidence.
Join us as we drink tea and share dialogue on the importance of self awareness. Books will be available for purchase ($15.00).
A SYMBOL OF PEACE & GLOBAL FRIENDSHIP
The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse is nestled against the Rocky Mountain Foothills in Boulder Colorado. Sitting alongside Boulder Creek in Central Park, the Teahouse is considered one of Boulder’s most attractive and popular tourist attractions, as well as being a local favorite for great food, tea, and atmosphere.
Completely built by hand without the use of any power tools, the Teahouse was constructed in Dushanbe, Tajikistan as a gift to their sister city, Boulder. It was disassembled, crated up, and sent halfway around the world to be rebuilt in Boulder as a symbol of friendship and cultural exploration. The elaborate and creative teahouse now sits as a reminder to the citizens of Boulder to value cultural diversity, global cooperation, and international friendship.... See MoreSee Less
Self Awareness in the Community
Southglenn Library 6972 S. Vine Street Centennial, CO 80122
In my first book I narrated my journey in self discovery, a profound process that I hope we all embark on at some point in our lives. This Was No Coincidence edifies the importance of self awareness in the context of life altering events
I'm working towards writing my next book on the importance of self awareness in the context of interpersonal relationships.
What does self awareness (khode shenasi) mean?
How can it be so transformative?
Why is it vital in our community?
Come join me as I will read excerpts from my book and provide engaging questions on our role in our intra-personal and interpersonal relationships.... See MoreSee Less
What's in Your Cancer Closet? Improving Self Awareness
Beth Foster and Mitra Mostofi will be leading a session this year at Cancercon to support young survivors in truly living. Both have walked the journey of getting diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 40. Both have also learned to break free from letting cancer hold them in the dark.
Please join us in an engaging session on mindfulness and self awareness as it relates to our individual cancer experiences.
Light dinner will be provided. Please RSVP so we will have an adequate spread.... See MoreSee Less
Interfaith 13Bedar Potluck
In association with the "rebirth of nature", extensive spring cleaning is a national tradition observed by almost every household in Iran. This is also extended to personal attire, and it is customary to buy at least one set of new clothes. On the New Year's Day, families dress in their new clothes and start the twelve-day celebrations by visiting the elders of their family, then the rest of their family and finally their friends. On the thirteenth day, families leave their home and picnic outdoor, as part of the Sizdah Be-dar ceremony.
Sizdah bedar celebrations stem from the ancient Persians' belief that the twelve constellations in the Zodiac controlled the months of the year, and each ruled the earth for a thousand years at the end of which the sky and earth collapsed in chaos. Hence Nowruz lasts twelve days and the thirteenth day represents the time of chaos when families put order aside and avoid the bad luck associated with the number thirteen by going outdoors and having picnics and parties.
At the end of the celebrations on this day, the sabzeh grown for the Haft Seen (which has symbolically collected all sickness and bad luck) is thrown into running water to exorcise the demons (divs) from the household. It is also customary for young single women to tie the leaves of the sabzeh before discarding it, so expressing a wish to be married before the next year's Sizdah Bedar. Another tradition associated with this day is Dorugh-e Sizdah, literally meaning "the lie of the thirteenth", which is the process of lying to someone and making them believe it (similar to April Fools Day).... See MoreSee Less