The Azamra Institute
Dedicated to the dissemination of Torah spirituality, healthcare and healing through educational programs, quality publications and Internet outreach
Breslov on the Internet
Breslov Chassidus is one of the fastest growing Jewish movements. It encompasses a diverse group of communities, and spans the entire spectrum of Jewish thought
A Jewish meditation center in Berkeley, California
A Jewish retreat center in upstate New York
Exodus 3:14 presents what is universally acknowledged to be amongst the greatest exegetical challenges in the Bible
A website in blog format aimed to provoke discussion on "dedicated contemplative lifestyles" in Judaism
Provides on-line support for those seeking an authentic Jewish spiritual connection or those that struggle with physical or emotional obstacles
The Jewish Spirit Online
The web site of Maggid Yitzhak Buxbaum and home of The Jewish Spirit Journal
The Kabbalah Centre
A Los Angeles-based institution with branches worldwide dedicating to teaching kabbalah
A spiritual archeology and journey of exploration based in the teachings of Samuel Ben-Or Avital
Aims to make the inner dimensions of Jewish mysticism accessible to people around the globe
Meaningful Life Center
A non-profit organization dedicated to personal, societal and global transformation through presenting the universal wisdom of the Torah as a blueprint for life
National Center for Jewish Healing
A New York-based organization that "helps communities better meet the spiritual needs of Jews living with illness, loss and other significant life challenges."
Offers the opportunity to explore the depths of the Jewish soul through in depth textual study, prayer and hands on experiences
An online magazine of Jewish spirituality
A bank of rituals for many different occasions
An academy for kabbalah study in Jerusalem
Website of author and teacher Tziporah Heller
Helps seekers explore Jewish pathways to a nourishing relationship with the divine and with Jewish tradition
Pronounced: kah-bah-LAH, sometimes kuh-BAHL-uh, Origin: Hebrew, Jewish mysticism.
Pronunced: TORE-uh, Origin: Hebrew, the Five Books of Moses.
Pronounced: eetz-KHAHK, Origin: Hebrew, Hebrew name for Isaac.