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An Introduction to Integral Judaism

Hosted By: Coastside Jewish Community

Integral Judaism is a synthesis of Jewish mysticism, humanism, and the science of meditation and mindfulness. It builds upon the principles and practice of Mussar by adding a spiritual component that works for people who believe in God as well as those who don’t believe in God. This three-part series will cover the theory and practice of Integral Judaism, demonstrating how it can enrich not only one’s approach to Mussar, but to life in general.

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Teacher

Rabbi Moshe Heyn

Moshe Heyn is a rabbi, musician, chaplain, surfer, and spiritual activist who practices and teaches a synthesis of humanism and mysticism. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin and his Master’s degree and Rabbinic ordination from the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. In addition to his work as a Hospice Chaplain for VITAS Healthcare, Rabbi Heyn is proud to serve as the Spiritual Leader of the Coastside Jewish Community. In the development of his spiritual identity, Rabbi Heyn spent ten years studying and practicing Eastern approaches to spirituality before rediscovering his Jewish roots over thirty years ago. He is still discovering the depth of those roots each and every day.
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Host

Coastside Jewish Community

The Coastside Jewish Community is an inclusive, pluralistic community that supports connection to Jewish life along the Pacific Coast south of San Francisco.
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