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Daily Sit: Jewish Prayer as Meditation

Hosted By: Institute for Jewish Spirituality

A FREE 5-Day Meditation Intensive with Rabbi Sam Feinsmith.

Join us to learn basic tools to engage with Jewish prayer practice as a foundation for deepening your mindfulness, and opening your heart to greater love, peace, and equanimity.

November 1 – November 5, 2021. Participants can sign up at any time.

The series will take place during the Daily Mindfulness Meditation Sit.

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Teacher

Rabbi Sam Feinsmith

Sam Feinsmith has been immersed in the world of Jewish contemplative living, learning, and teaching for over a decade. He seeks to transform the landscape of Jewish life in Chicago and beyond by teaching mindfulness in a Jewish framework to promote self-care and a deepening of wisdom and compassion. He has served as a consultant on a number of cutting-edge projects related to prayer, spirituality, and education and has conducted Jewish meditation workshops and retreats for young children, teens, and Jewish educators and community leaders. Sam currently directs the Center for Jewish Mindfulness at Orot, and the Educating for a Jewish Spiritual Life pilot at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality.
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Institute for Jewish Spirituality

The Institute for Jewish Spirituality teaches mindfulness practices that stem from contemplative Jewish traditions.
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