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Counting The Omer: Cultivate the Divine Body – Virtual Class
May 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm PDT
An event every week that begins at 2:00 pm on Sunday, repeating until May 24, 2020
Cultivate PRESENCE – your Divine Stucture
Earth is responding to a global pandemic. Humanity is in of support. The Etz Hayyim; Tree of Life can help navigate challenges and be helpful during these turbulent times. We will access her wisdom and learn 1) how to activate personal qualities in support of becoming more like The Creator, 2) a process of unfolding to understand and meet ongoing natural patterns of blessing as well as challenge.
We will probe mysteries relating to the nature of the seven attributes focusing on one each week; HESED; Grace, G’VURAH; Discipline, TIFERET; Balance, NETZAH; Tenacity, HOD; Humility, YESOD; Intimacy, MALKHUT; Sovereignty.
We will 1) study mystical text and draw from the wisdom of Jewish mystics, 2) meditate, 3) chant, 4) pray for healing in support cultivating protection during this pandemic, and share insights.
(We will meet online via ZOOM, please register in advance for address)
When two guitars are placed in close proximity; a note strummed on one causes the other to resonate simultaneously. The Divine Body and Human Body resonate together as do two guitars in close proximity.
No turned away for lack of funds, contact us.
Zoom link address is sent upon signing up.
You can pay for the course or donate with your own PayPal account, sending to RebTmimah@Holistic Jew. Please identify “friends and family,” so no fees are charged.
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Thank you for supporting the work we do at Holistic Jew.
Rabbi T’mimah Audrey Ickovits, BSE, is the Rabbi and Executive Director of Holistic Jew in Santa Monica, CA. She cultivates a wide variety of spiritual gatherings. These include prayer, ethically sourced meals, Torah study, Liquid Kabbalah movement, and meditation.
Rabbi T’mimah teaches courses in “Davvenology”, “Kabbalah and Prayer”, and Liquid Kabbalah Meditation and Movement highlighting the connectivity between spiritual practice and nature’s movement. Rabbi T’mimah recently published the ”Holistic Jew Shahareet Weekday Siddur” and “Seven Sacred Circles.” Both these publications include commentary from classical Kabbalah. Passionate about the environment and committed to equality in death, she teaches in support of both green, cost-effective, and traditional end-of-life options.
Rabbi T’mimah runs the Holistic Jew garden to provide garden-to-table dining for festival meals.
Published by Rabbi T’mimah
- “Seven Sacred Circles” to make underlying substructure of sacred circling practices easily accessible in support of cultivating the Divine Feminine
- “Holistic Jew Shahareet for Weekdays“ featuring a full prayer service, heart focused English translation, and classical Kabbalah meditations translated into English for the first time.
Both books are available on Lulu.
Holistic Jew is a shtiebel; home for ritual, prayer, learning, and laughter. We cultivate prayer, meditation, Torah study & ethically sourced Kosher meal encounters. Reverently irreverent, we foster contemporary means of expression that satisfy the intellect, nourish the heart, and speak to tradition. We welcome good-hearted people of all orientations, and we celebrate diversity with love.
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