A Guide For Your Spiritual Journey
You may be facing a new journey or figuring out how to untangle from old patterns that are holding you back.
You may have chosen your journey, or it has chosen you.
The time between the Jewish holiday of Passover and the festival of Shavuot is known as Counting the Omer, a perfect season to engage in the spiritual practice of reflection and soul-refinement.
Your workbook is a unique personal map laying out seven themes of spiritual journey*. You will find 49 questions for journaling & discussion, one for each day of the Omer.
Journey: An Omer Workbook
By Rabbi Jill Zimmerman
49 Meaningful Questions, Texts for each week.
*The framework used in this workbook is one developed by Rabbi Cindy Enger & myself from our series: Journey of the Soul, Making the Omer Count.
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In Journey, each week features a unique theme and core texts to contemplate. You’ll receive guiding reflection and discussion questions for each of the forty-nine days!
Your workbook also includes music and poetry.
Reflect on your journey this past year & move forward
As you emerge from this year of enormous challenge, take time to take stock of what you have learned along the way.
This year, each of us has traveled a journey we did not choose as we navigated through the pandemic.
I urge you to not “move on” without exploring the journey you have taken this past year.
It just might be the richest soul work you have ever done.
Rabbi Zimmerman is a Rabbi-At-Large who teaches widely about the intersection of spirituality and mindfulness. She offers spiritual counseling, teaches classes & officiates lifecycle events. She founded and leads Hineni, a Jewish spirituality & mindfulness community and Path With Heart. Rabbi Jill 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.
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