Healing: Seeking Wholeness for Soul & Body

A three-session course with Rabbi Jill Zimmerman

Now is the time for Healing.

The last year has upended our lives. There have been both huge losses and smaller ones. We have experienced Illness, isolation, and fear, along with the inability to comfort each other in the ways we are accustomed.

Luckily there is ancient and modern wisdom that can bring comfort and healing.

This three-session course will explore principles of healing and sources of solace for ourselves and those we love.

We will dive deeper into the core concepts and foundational texts in the newly released ebook Healing. For example, we will look at the expanded Talmud text excerpted in the book, which offers great insight into healing and being healed.

This three-session course with Rabbi Jill gives you tools for healing:

  • How to use psalms, poetry, and prayer for comfort and support
  • How to heal spiritually when cure or reconciliation is not possible
  • Bringing self-compassion to yourself
  • Special pandemic prayers for right now
  • Beyond Words: Meditation, Inspirational Poetry & Music
Healing

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who is seeking a greater understanding and tools for healing in these times. Rabbi Jill teaches primarily but not exclusively from a Jewish spiritual perspective, and everyone is welcome. You don't have to be Jewish or Jewishly-knowledgeable. We create a beautiful and supportive community together.

When?

Three consecutive Tuesdays or Thursdays, at your preferred time of day:

  • Tuesdays at 5:00 pm. - 6:00 pm (8:00 pm Eastern)
    March 2, 9 & 16th
  • Thursdays at 9:30 am - 10:30 am Pacific (12:30 pm Eastern)
    – March. 4, 11 & 18th

Each session is offered live so that you have real-time with a creative and supportive teacher who can help relate to your life and spiritual journey. It is also recorded in case you can't attend live.

Each session includes:

  • A core text that illuminates a foundational principle.
  • A spiritual practice (meditation, guided intentions, prayer) to deepen your experience.
  • Poetry and music that speak to healing in creative ways.

  • Healing as our course workbook.
  • Recordings of each session if you can’t attend live.
  • Choice of two separate times to accommodate different time zones.

How much?

Sliding Scale: Special Pandemic Pricing!

$54 - $125.
(This course is regularly $125.)

If you are capable of paying more than $54, that would be wonderful. It will help others who may not be able to afford the course. Please contact me if you need tuition assistance.

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Read what others have said about Rabbi Jill’s classes:

Rabbi Jill - I am so grateful to have found you. Words are insufficient to tell you how much you have enriched my life, given comfort and inspiration. The highlights of my week are always the times with you. Thank you for everything you do.

— TL, Los Angeles

Rabbi Jill’s class has given me the guidance and support I need to live more fully in the present moment. It is an honor to be part of Rabbi Jill’s revolutionary and sustainable model for the future of our Jewish community.

— Chava Mirel, Composer & Cantorial Soloist, Seattle, WA

Rabbi Jill - Your use of Torah as metaphor and the profound reflective questions you ask, have allowed me to tap into a spiritual awareness of how my life’s journey and seeking intersect in more meaningful and deeply connected ways with the larger Jewish metanarrative than I ever realized or could have accessed alone.

— Harriet Cohen, PhD, LCSW, Texas

Rabbi Jill - Your  authentic being, warmth  and  caring  comes through in all you do. Your meditations bring me so much comfort.  

— PS, Chicago

A Path with Heart by Rabbi Jill Zimmerman

Rabbi Zimmerman is a Rabbi-At-Large who offers spiritual counseling, teaches widely & officiates lifecycle events. She founded and leads Hineni, an Jewish Spirituality & mindfulness community. She is a spiritual activist and speaks out on issues of our time from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Jill is available for Scholar-in-Residence retreats and workshops.