Habīb is a transformational leader working through teaching, speaking, and writing. He combines over fifteen years of studying spiritual principles, practices and personal growth with life experience to yield a unique approach to honoring your self and your deepest truth while growing in a closer connection to the Divine and an ever-increasing experience of Divine Love.
Habīb holds a Master’s of Divinity from the University of Sufism where he is also a guest lecturer. He received his master’s degree from Texas State University & bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas. He also holds a Certificate of Islamic Studies from Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School.
Habīb is currently ABD at Claremont School of Theology and expects to complete his dissertation, A Beginning Inquiry: What is Spirituality and What are the Psychophysiological Effects of Recitation of Sacred Text as a Spiritual Formation Practice, May 2020; graduating with a PhD in Theology (Spiritual Formation in Christianity and Islam) in May 2021. Habīb’s research interests lie in neuroscientific and psychophysiological understandings of spiritual practice, especially in relation to use of sacred text in spiritual formation practices, as well as cross-religious commonalities. He’ s passionate about promoting a position of religious pluralism and building interfaith bridges.