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Planting our Seeds, Planting our Souls: Meditations and Practices through the Omer

Hosted By: Hazon

In seven sessions, Rabbi Robin Damsky of Limitless Judaism facilitates a weekly practice and study of Counting the Omer (Sefirat HaOmer), the daily Jewish mystical practice of spiritual refinement during the 50 days between Passover and Shavuot, using meditation, melody, movement, agricultural practice, and selected complementary texts.

The first and last sessions (March 30 and May 11) will be from 12:00pm to 1:30pm EST. All others are from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST. Participants may join one or all sessions.

 

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Rabbi Robin Damsky

Rabbi Robin Damsky, identified by Kenissa (kenissa.org), as an innovator redefining Jewish life, has just launched Limitless Judaism, her new online project of learning, earth planting and tending, movement, meditation, and melody in practice that draws the lines of connection between our physical bodies, our spiritual expression and Gaia, our earth-cosmos. Embracing this connection, we heal and grow ourselves as we heal and grow our planet.
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Hazon

Hazon is an Jewish environmental organization that strengthen Jewish life and helps build a more environmentally sustainable world.
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