Sunday, June 30, 2019 2:00 – 3:30 pm at Hebrew Seminary
How do mindfulness, kavvanah(intention), and meditative focus work together to enhance and strengthen prayer? As we pray, how do these three techniques work together to bring us closer to God?
serving God with kavvanah was routinely emphasized by the ancient
rabbis. It continues to be embraced by contemporary rabbis as a way to become
closer to God. Moreover, God embraces kavvanah to become closer to each
of us as we pray and meditate.
powerful instruments are unique, yet at the same time are very similar. We will
examine how these techniques can bring us closer to God in prayer and in our
Live life in the Divine present. Join Hebrew Seminary President Rabbi Dr. Douglas Goldhamer, Rabbi Dr. Roberta Glick and rabbinical candidate Alison Brown on June 30th to inspire your practice and your life.
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Well-being includes physical and spiritual health.
We return to health from sickness when our body and soul are balanced.
Join Hebrew Seminary for a panel discussion on
NEW DIMENSIONS IN MEDICINE:
Where Body and Soul Meet
Sunday, October 28, 2018 from 2:00-3:30 pm
Rabbi Dr. Douglas Goldhamer is Senior Rabbi of Congregation Bene Shalom in Skokie, Hebrew Seminary President and Professor of Jewish Mysticism, and author of two books on Kabbalistic Healing Prayer.
Dr. Roberta P Glick is a Professor of Neurosurgery at Rush University and Rosalind Franklin Chicago Medical School. She worked for over 30 years at Cook County and Mount Sinai Hospitals where she was dedicated to improving care for low-income patients with malignant brain tumors and traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Gary Slutkin is founder and CEO of Cure Violence and Professor of Epidemiology and International Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health. He initiated the first national programs for AIDS in Central and East Africa for the World Health Organization (WHO) and created and led WHO’s Intervention Development Office.