please join us for a morning of mindfulness and music
Saturday August 15, 2015
9:30 am – 11:30 am
private home in West Los Angeles, CA (address given upon registration)
With Rabbi Jill Zimmerman
featuring musical artist Ariel Root Wolpe
Last month, we had a truly beautiful morning of peace, centering and deep discussion focused around the still small voice within. Many of you have requested more experiences like this – so we are doing it again!
The Hebrew month of Elul is a time of waking up and spiritual preparation for the High Holy Day season soon to come. This morning will begin the process and suggest spiritual practices to ready our souls to greet the new year with intention and gentleness. Elul begins Saturday August 15 – PERFECT timing!
Loosely based on the flow of a Shabbat morning service, we sing soulful songs, and add poetry, simple prayer and some silence to create both an individual depth experience as well as a feeling of intimacy and community. No Hebrew necessary. Everyone is welcome just as you are.
** We only have room for 40 people in our home, so please register as soon as possible to ensure your space. We will eventually open up to a virtual program. Stay tuned if you are not close to Los Angeles.
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Rabbi Jill Berkson Zimmerman is devoted to creating warm and inclusive, meaningful and accessible experiences that open hearts and build community. She mines the Jewish tradition for jewels of wisdom that spark the soul. She founded the Jewish Mindfulness Network in 2011 and is a community rabbi in Los Angeles, and a popular scholar-in-residence around the country.
Ariel Root Wolpe is a musician, ritual creator, and a rabbi-in-the-making. She has dedicated her life to creating religious community and opening hearts through spirit and sound. Find out more at her website: http://arielwolpe.com/