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Holding the Broken and the Whole Together

Hosted By: Applied Jewish Spirituality

Join a global community and Rabbi Daniel as we meditate, learn, share and sing together for this special gathering in honor of the month of Tammuz.

In many respects, Tammuz is the start our journey of Teshuvah (return) toward the New Year and Yom Kippur. Within this context, all of our learning and embodied practice will be directed toward compassionately holding that which is broken along with that which is whole, in ourselves and our world.

In Tammuz, our calendar marks the breaking of the first tablets by Moses with a fast day on the 17th day of the month, which traditionally begins three weeks of mourning and introspective reflection on what is lacking, missing and broken, within and without.

No experience with learning or meditation is assumed. Clear instructions will be given for all practices. All texts are provided in Hebrew and English translation. This course is open to novices and advanced learners and practitioners of all backgrounds and orientations.

This online mini-retreat will take place on Sunday July 3 at 8am Pacific / 11am Eastern / 4pm UK / 6pm Israel, for 3 hours.

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