Jewish Meditation

Meditation is a spiritual discipline for quieting the mind so as to experience a more profound closeness to G-d. Jewish meditation is especially meaningful for those who sometimes feel that life could be more spiritually rich, with regular practice leading to a greater depth of perspective and providing for a calmer and more reflective life. The Meditation Chavurah is for those seeking to develop or renew a practice. All are welcome—beginners, experienced learners, and anyone interested in discovering meditation through a Jewish lens.

Facilitated by members of our Temple Shir Tikva Center for Jewish Spirituality Leadership Team and by guest teachers.
Thursdays 7 - 8:00 p.m., January 5, 12, 19, 26
No pre-registration required.

March Meditation Madness

We are delighted to announce the launch of our March Meditation Madness series, to be held Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m, during the month of March. All sessions will be held at Temple Shir Tikva.

The guided meditation sessions, which require no prior experience, will seek to leverage the amazing learning from our recent ‘scholar-in-residence’ weekend during which many of us had the opportunity to learn with Rabbi Jordan Bendat-Appell.  Rabbi Jordan joined us from the Institute of Jewish Spirituality, and helped lead several inspiring sessions that participants found enjoyable, meaningful and perhaps most importantly, accessible.   

We hope you will be able to join us for these sessions, and encourage you to bring a friend or two along (non-members welcome).

Warm regards,
Max Klau & Jeff Maimon

 

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