Cynthia James Featured at Meditate'08 at Democratic National Convention

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Cynthia James will sing and lead visioning at the Meditate '08, a place for quiet contemplation at the Democratic National Convention.

Cynthia James is an extraordinary healing presence guiding people back to wholeness. As a lecturer, teacher, performing artist and award winning author of "What Will Set You Free", Rev. James transforms lives through her book, lectures and workshops. Cynthia James will sing at the Opening Ceremony of Meditate '08 on August 23, 2008 and conduct the visioning session on Monday, August 25, 2008 from 2:30pm to 4:00pm.

Meditate'08 is located at Fishback Landing Park in Denver, Colorado, and begins Saturday, August 23 at 5:30pm. The retreat is a place for quiet contemplation at the Democratic National Convention and includes recognized meditation and yoga teachers from Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim and Native American traditions as guides. Learn more at

Rev. James is the associate minister at Denver's Mile Hi Church, one of the largest new thought spiritual centers in the world with a congregation of over 10,000 members. Rev. Cynthia teaches a form of meditation known as "Visioning." Within the context of prayerful silence she asks questions pertinent to the individual or project at hand. The meditator, through deep listening, accesses a place of consciousness wherein God's plan is able to manifest itself.

Cynthia James will present the Visioning at Meditate '08 on the first day of the Democratic National Convention, Monday, August 25, where Senator Barak Obama will accept the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. Learn more at

Cynthia's book, "What Will Set You Free", has earned awards and recognition for its compelling and caring roadmap for overcoming deliberate and non-deliberate life trauma. The book has also been selected by the Catharsis Foundation supporting recovery, research, exposure and disclosure of child abuse for its Survivor Community. Learn more at


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