journey workbook

A Guide For Your Omer Counting

Get ready for a profound and transformative spiritual journey with this self-guided workbook!

Journey: An Omer Workbook takes a fresh and innovative approach* to the spiritual practice of Counting the Omer. You are guided to experience the seven weeks of the Omer as seven distinct stages of spiritual journeying.

Inside the workbook, you will find 49 thought-provoking questions, one for each day of the Omer. These questions will inspire you to reflect on your spiritual journey, and discover new ways to become your fullest self.

Journey: An Omer Workbook (Updated 2023)

By Rabbi Jill Zimmerman

49 Meaningful Questions, Texts for each week.

*The framework used in this workbook is one developed by Rabbis Cindy Enger & Jill Zimmerman from our series: Journey of the Soul, Making the Omer Count.

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The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are of enormous spiritual potency, known as “Counting the Omer”.  These seven weeks are for soul refinement. It is a time of collective as well as personal journeying from our narrow places into the great unknown of who we want to become.

Your workbook also includes music and poetry.


Every Journey is About Moving From the Known to the Unknown

Some journeys you choose, other journeys choose you. Seeing your life right now as part of a spiritual journey can change everything. In Journey, we take the spiritual principles of the Exodus story and apply them to our own lives. This involves exploring how we move from what is known, into the wilderness of the unknown. The workbook helps you explore:

  • What journey are you on right now?
  • Who will you be on the other side of the unknown?
  • What have you learned from your past life experiences of confronting doubt and fear that you can apply now?
  • Where have you found joy and refuge amidst struggle?

This is rich soul work.

Rabbi Jill

Rabbi Zimmerman teaches widely about the intersection of spirituality and mindfulness. As one of the first rabbis to offer online courses, several years before the pandemic, she has years of experience in creating warm and inclusive spaces virtually. She founded and leads Hineni, a Jewish spirituality & mindfulness community, and Path With Heart. Rabbi Jill is a spiritual activist who speaks out on issues of our time from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Jill is available for Scholar-in-Residence retreats and workshops.

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