Bring spiritual awareness to your days as you move through summer.
The 4-session webinar series is about finding ways to imbue every day with gratitude, presence, and lovingkindness.
You will learn simple practices that you can start doing immediately to make this summer a restful place of delight.
We will focus on these four topics:
- WAKING UP each morning in a way that your grounds your soul.
- Moving through each day AWAKE and ALIVE: by practicing gratitude and awe, while looking for the good.
- GOING TO SLEEP each night with forgiveness and peace.
- Growing LOVINGKINDNESS for yourself and your world.
“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning
We will embrace and explore Jewish texts, poetry, music and stories.
ALSO: each session will be RECORDED so that if you can’t make it LIVE (online) you can watch or listen at your convenience.
When? Thursdays in July:
July 7 — 6:00 – 7:00 pm Pacific time
July 14 — 6:00 – 7:00 pm Pacific time
July 21 — 6:00 – 7:00 pm Pacific time
July 28 — 6:00 – 7:00 pm Pacific time
In the comfort of your own home from anywhere in the world! You can tune in to the live web broadcast with your computer, tablet, phone. and can also call in via your phone OR listen/watch the recorded version.
$90 per person.
How do I sign up?
Who is the teacher?
Rabbi Jill Berkson Zimmerman is devoted to helping people discover mindfulness through a Jewish lens. Her deep interest in bringing people closer to spiritual practices that make a difference in day-to-day life shines through her creation of The Jewish Mindfulness Network. For more info about Rabbi Jill, please click here: http://www.ravjill.com/about-rabbi-jill-3/
Read what others have said about Rabbi Jill’s classes:
Your class has been a priceless gift. It is like receiving my life back. –Judy B., Maryland
I thank Rabbi Jill with a full and grateful heart for being our gatherer and collecting such inspiring bits of Rabbinic/Chasidic wisdom and beautiful and moving poetry and music. The phone format created a surprising level of intimacy and focus. Our group gave my mind food for thought, my heart a safe place to feel more fully and my soul a chance to fly higher. –Judy Weintraub, California
How do we bring God into our lives? With loving acceptance of what is. Rabbi Jill’s class has given me the guidance and support I need to live more fully in the present moment. It is an honor to be part of Rabbi Jill’s revolutionary and sustainable model for the future of our Jewish community. Chava Mirel, Composer & Cantorial Soloist, Seattle, WA