Mirabai Starr teaches philosophy and world religions at the University of New Mexico, and she is the author of new translations of Dark Night of the Soul by John of the Cross and The Interior Castle and The Book of My Life by Teresa of Avila.
Recent episodes featuring Mirabai Starr
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Duncan Trussell Family Hour
Mirabai Starr, speaker and brilliant author of Wild Mercy, joins the DTFH!You can find more info on Mirabai and purchase links for Wild Mercy on her website.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (use offer code: DUNCAN to save 10% on your first site). This episode is also brought to you by Instacart ($10 off your first order when you use code DUNCAN at checkout).
Mirabai Starr Interview
JourneysFire
  Mirabai Starr Interview Richard Brendan’s special guest in this podcast is author and teacher Mirabai Starr. They focus on deep insights from Mirabai’s new book, WILD MERCY: Living the Fierce and Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics. Regarding this book, Anne Lamont writes, “Mirabai Starr has given us life, joy, the deepest healing, and a lot of light to see by.” and Richard highly recommend this inspiring book! Please visit Mirabai Starr online at www.mirabaistarr.com  
Ep. 8 - Mirabai Starr
Shakti Hour with Melanie Moser
Mirabai Starr visits the Shakti Hour podcast to talk about the transformative power of heartbreak and loss. 
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The One You Feed
    This week we talk to Mirabai Starr about grief and healing Mirabai Starr writes, speaks and leads retreats on the inter-spiritual teachings of the mystics. Known for her revolutionary translations of John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, and Julian of Norwich, Mirabai renders mystical masterpieces accessible, beautiful, and relevant to a contemporary circle of seekers. Her commentaries on the interconnected wisdom of all traditions are lyrical and evocative. Mirabai builds bridges not only between religious traditions, but also between contemplative life and compassionate service, between cultivating an inner relationship with the Beloved and expressing that intimacy in community, between the transformational power of loss and longing for the sacred. Her latest book is called Caravan of No Despair  Our Sponsor this Week is MeetMindful Visit MeetMindful and get a free trial In This Interview, Mirabai Starr and I Discuss: The One You Feed parable Walking the landscape of loss in a genuine way Learning to be present even when things are really hard The death of her 14 year old daughter How sometimes spiritual teachings fail us and are of no use Realizing that we share our suffering with so many other people The Stages of Grief Returning to joy after great loss, it eventually happens How tragedy and trauma are not guarantees to transformation The states of mind that allow us to turn our pain into treasure Cultivating curiosity about our experiences, even when painful The Dark Night of the Soul The transforming power of love How vast we are as beings Telling the truth about grief The holiness of being broken open What mysticism is Mystical poetry The desire to experience union The four arms of yoga in Hinduism Approaching the divine in the way that is best for each of us What interspirituality is The difference between interspiritual and interfaith Mirabai Starr Links Homepage Twitter Facebook  
Episode 27 - Mirabai Starr
It's All Happening
Mirabai is the author of the new book "Caravan of No Despair - A memoir of Loss And Transformation". She stops my IAH to talk about her new book, the power of attachment, the lessons that come from loss and finding beauty even in the darkest times. Mirabai Starr writes, speaks and leads retreats on the inter-spiritual teachings of the mystics. Known for her revolutionary translations of John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, and Julian of Norwich, Mirabai renders mystical masterpieces accessible, beautiful, and relevant to a contemporary circle of seekers. Her commentaries on the interconnected wisdom of all traditions are lyrical and evocative. Mirabai builds bridges not only between religious traditions, but also between contemplative life and compassionate service, between cultivating an inner relationship with the Beloved and expressing that intimacy in community, between the transformational power of loss and longing for the sacred. http://mirabaistarr.com@MirabaiStarr
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Location
Taos, New Mexico, USA
Episode Count
5
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
4 hours, 24 minutes