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Intro to Jewish Meditation
Judaism You Can Use
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Mindfulness Network

You are invited to two very special workshops in the month of May led by Rabbi Jill Zimmerman.  



Introduction to Jewish Meditation:  How is this Jewish?
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
12:00 - 1:15pm
Cost: $15
Location: A Private Home in West LA

When you think of being jewish, does "silence" come to mind? Probably not. We are more known for our words, our sacred texts and we tend to talk A LOT. Yet, there is a contemplative thread in our tradition and more people are interested in exploring the path to connection through practices that help us stop, notice, pay attention.  Stopping and noticing IS part of our tradition - hugely. This workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning about meditation from a jewish perspective.  We will also have a chance to learn together. No experience necessary. No hebrew necessary either. And if you do have experience - you are also very welcome to participate! 
Judaism You Can Use: Jewish Spiritual Practices of Waking and Sleeping


Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

12:00 - 1:30pm

Cost: $15

Location: Leo Baeck Temple 

1300 North Sepulveda 

Los Angeles, CA 90049


Waking Up and Going to Sleep: Follow-up, practice, music.

For people who attended the Jewish Wisdom and Wellness workshop on this topic AND for anyone who would like to learn.   These two time periods bracket our days.  Judaism offers simple practices for bringing forgiveness, intention, and appreciation to every morning and bedtime.  Music suggestions, meditations and other resources to enrich your experience will be shared.  


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With Gratitude,

Rabbi Jill Zimmerman
Jewish Mindfulness Network

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"Always remember: happiness is not a side matter in your spiritual journey - it is essential." - Rabbi Nachman of Breslov