We are now accepting applications for the 4th cohort of this intensive, retreat-based learning program for Jews seeking to engage in life guided by deepening Jewish spiritual wisdom.
Kivvun will help participants discern for themselves, supported by Jewish text, tradition and practice, how to direct their lives in alignment with a deep sense of wisdom.
A unique program of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, co-sponsored by the Awakened Heart Project, for experienced meditators who have the desire and capacity to teach Jewish mindfulness in a variety of settings.
JMMTT includes three retreats, in-between study, faculty mentoring, and hevruta learning.
An 18-month program for rabbis and cantors, featuring four retreats and an in-between intensive curriculum.
Apply now to join the more than 350 other Jewish professionals who have studied with the Institute for Jewish Spirituality to develop their spiritual practice and mindful leadership.
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This primarily silent, Jewish mindfulness meditation retreat will explore the ways in which Chanukah teachings shed light on the internal dynamics of cultivating courage in a world that can be quite dark.
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Wise Aging serves as the resource book for Wise Aging peer learning groups held all around the country in conjunction with the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. It can also be used by clergy- or lay-led book groups, lifelong learning groups, and others interested in exploring together a new and positive perspective on growing older.
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Bina’s Niggun, by Joey Weisenberg
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