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Searching for the White Magician

Stefania Magidson invites the reader to join her on a journey of exploration and rediscovery of that inner place that holds the lens of mystery through which life filters, if we allow it. She invites him to find that magic wand that transforms inner worlds into realities whose potential is only temporarily dormant.

"Searching for the White Magician is a gift for the readers, made with compassion, awareness, love, and empathy to ultimately learn more about ourselves. It’s a book that can easily be appealing to you as an American, as an immigrant, as a woman in search of her femininity, or as a human being searching for spiritual growth. A pleasant and illuminating treat!"

—  Cristiana Grigore, Researcher at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University

"Searching for The White Magician is an amazing conversation between two intelligent women exploring some of the deeper questions essential to an authentic inquiry of the meaning and purpose of life. Stefania’s stories are conveyed with Heart and a lightness of Being. Her unusual journey reveals a woman blessed with clear intention to learn, grow, and share her wisdom gleaned from challenging beginnings that have led to a beautiful path of heartfelt service and grace. This book provides not only keys but reflects a generosity of spirit that will touch and transform you."

—  Mary Hulnick, PhD

About the Author

Stefania Magidson was born in Romania and in 1983 immigrated with her family to the United States. She has received a BS in Health Education and a Master’s in Applied Spiritual Psychology. In 2002, she founded Blue Heron Foundation, one of the largest non-profit organizations in the Romanian diaspora, focusing on improving the quality of life of Romanian and Moldovan orphaned youth by providing them greater access to life’s opportunities through merit-based college scholarships in Romania. To date, the organization has raised over $2,000,000, has awarded over 300 college scholarships, and has touched the lives of over 2,900 kids.

Stefania is a supporter of the UCLA Graduate School of Education, The Everychild Foundation, and the Making Waves Romanian Film Festival; she serves on the Board of Advisors of the Wende Museum, is the Chair of the Romanian Film Committee of the South-East European Film Festival, member of the advisory board of the Roma People’s Project at the Hayman Center for Humanities at Columbia University and Co-Chair of the Parents’ Council at Tisch School of the Arts. She is the author of the book “Searching for the White Magician,” a series of dialogues where she explores themes ranging from immigration and philanthropy to spiritual psychology and self-realization. Stefania lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two sons.


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