The secret is not to scratch the itch of desire as soon as it arises.
Judaism teaches that each of us is endowed with creative capacity simply by being human.
All of Jewish practice is a response to the fact that we are spiritual beings housed for a limited time in physical bodies.
What the Zohar teaches about love-making and the coming of the messiah.
Chanting brings the sacred phrases of Jewish tradition alive and enables them to be known in the body.
"Truly, you are where your mind is,” taught the Baal Shem Tov.
The Jewish practice of blessing natural phenomena awakens us to the fact that the earth is a wonder, a witness, and a spiritual mystery.
The Hasidic prayer practice of hitbodedut -- talking to God freely in one's native tongue -- helps to build intimacy over time.
We humans come factory-equipped with latent godly qualities and the capacity to actualize them through our words and actions.
Jewish wisdom isn't just meant to be intellectually understood, but embodied. Here's how.
Resources for beginners looking to start a Jewish meditation practice.
What matters in Jewish spiritual practice is less the experience itself than what we do with it.