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Illuminate the Omer: A Creative Journey Through The Divine Attributes

Hosted By: The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity

Springtime in the Jewish calendar takes us on a seven-week journey from Passover to Shavuot. A mystical tradition assigns a special attribute (one of the sephirot or divine traits) to each of the seven weeks as an opportunity for spiritual reflection and personal development. Join The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity for a 7-week asynchronous “art beit midrash” or creative study and exploration. Each week students will receive a short teaching/guided meditation (video and audio recording) on the weekly theme or attribute which you can watch or listen to whenever is convenient to you. 

This is a 7 week asynchronous/self-paced course that runs from the second night of Passover (March 28th) until Shavuot (May 16). Participants will receive weekly teachings and assignments on Sundays starting March 30 that they can do at any time during the week. You do not need to join live at the start time listed and can join the class anytime. No prior experience necessary and no artistic skills required. Open to participants of all backgrounds and all genders. Those from interfaith families/interfaith partnerships are especially welcome.

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Rabbi Sarah Tasman

Rabbi Sarah Tasman Tasman is the founder of the Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity which offers community classes & gatherings, and private spiritual coaching, and life cycle officiation. Rabbi Sarah specializes in leading experiential spirituality and Jewish mindfulness classes, providing opportunities for personal and professional development, and incorporating expressive modalities including writing, yoga, art and ritual. She is a faculty member at The Adas Israel Community Mikvah where she trains mikvah guides in ritual creation and recently co-led the Well Bodies Program in Embodied Judaism. She has taught Jewish mindfulness for Gratz: NEXT, Jewish Federations of North America Changemakers Fellowship, and many congregations and organizations. She serves on the board of Shalom Learning. She was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in 2012. She also holds a master of Jewish Education and a certificate of non-profit management. Rabbi Sarah completed her 200 Hour Yoga & Meditation Teacher training at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2014. She is a Rabbis Without Borders Fellow and member of the Kenissa: Communities of Meaning network. Previously, Rabbi Sarah was the Interfaith Family/DC Director, serving the needs of interfaith couples and families throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC and has worked at Hillels at The University of Maryland, Yale and MIT.
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The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity

The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity offers programs and learning experiences that combine Jewish mindfulness spirituality, creative expression and personal development. Events are open and accessible to participants from all backgrounds, all genders, and require no prior level of Jewish education or artistic ability.
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