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Free Intro to Practical Jewish Meditation

Hosted By: Kabbalah Experience

People are often surprised to hear the term “Jewish meditation,” including many rabbis and scholars who are unaware of its existence. This class will explore the foundations of Jewish meditation, incorporating goals, techniques, and practice, and is designed for individuals with little or no background in Jewish meditation. Students are encouraged to purchase Aryeh Kaplan’s book “Jewish Meditation: A Practical Guide,” and free introductory classes are approximately one hour long.

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Melanie Gruenwald

Melanie Gruenwald is the Executive Director of Kabbalah Experience.
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Kabbalah Experience

Kabbalah Experience (KE) is a center for adult spiritual education. We study the timeless principles of Jewish mysticism, meshed with psychology, other faith traditions, contemporary thought, and science to help people live with a greater sense of awareness and connection. Our weekly classes are offered on Zoom, and we are thrilled to be engaging students and faculty across the globe. KE offers live-study, self-study classes, special events, and weekly 'drop-in' experience and learning.
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