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With All My Heart

Whether you’re seeking relief from stress; you’re hoping for focus, clarity, and connection to a raw and vulnerable place deep within you; or you just want to start each day from a positive, humble, and grateful frame of mind,
this course is for you.


Jewish wisdom teaches profound techniques to give wings to our emotions and words to our yearnings, allowing us to make contact and communicate with something larger than ourselves and feel comfort and shelter within a reality that’s more whole, more intense, more real, and more beautiful.

Six Wednesdays Starting May 8th at 10:15am
Also 6:30pm (only if enough participants)

 

You can reserve free of worries with a
full refund if you don't want to continue
after first class.
  

 

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COURSE OVERVIEW

 

  LESSON 1  

Awakening Our Deepest Selves

Prayer is not a ritual; it is a contemplative
tool that helps us balance urgent or bodily
matters with what's meaningful and important.
It tunes us in to our deepest beliefs and feeling,
giving them expression in our immediate lives.

 

  LESSON 2  

The Kabbalah of Prayer

What's the secret behind prayer's mystical power?
How does it affect the flow of cosmic energy?
Can it alter the Divine will? Learn how to
engage in this endeavor more effectively,
and how to regard your most important
wishes as part of your relationship
with the Creator.

 

  LESSON 3  

Discovering Nature's Wonderland

Guided meditations in prayer transport us
from a place of natural indifference to an
awestruck, vivid awareness with heartfelt
marveling at the rich spiritual meaning in our surroundings.

 

  LESSON 4  

Toward Transcendence

Moving from the manifest to the transcendent,
our meditative journey brings us to realize how,
in the grand scheme, we are but negligible dots.
Yet, despite our tininess, we serve as agents
in a mission of infinite import.

 

  LESSON 5 

Total Surrender

At the pinnacle of inspiration and intimacy
with the Creator, what comes next?
More inspiration? No. Letting go. When the
ego loses its sense of identity and is absorbed
in its greater purpose, it is, paradoxically, best
suited to appeal for its needs. 

 

  LESSON 6  

The Power of the Community

Is there a way to bring the exhilarating
passion of a secluded hilltop meditation into a synagogue, when praying with a group and
prayer book? We explore practical tips for
synchronizing a heartfelt spiritual journey with a communal synagogue experience.