Welcome to Hebrew Seminary's event Mindfulness, Kavvanah and Meditative Focus: Three Roads to Daily Living. "Please turn off your cell phone and turn up your mindfulness,"
asks Executive Director Alison Brown.
Hebrew Seminary President and Professor of Mysticism Rabbi Dr. Douglas Goldhamer opens the program discussing mindfulness as one of the cornerstones of Jewish spiritual wisdom.
Rabbi Dr. Roberta Glick, Professor of Neurosurgery and meditation teacher inspires us with stories of her personal spiritual journey and Jewish mindfulness practices.
Student Rabbi Alison Brown invited attendees to savor their Shehekheyanu moments
to support well-being.
Vice Chairman Lorry Charak closes the program with a reminder that Hebrew Seminary invites everyone to be divinely transformed and energized. (The Hebrew Seminary President seems to want to be everywhere … he wants to be omni-present!)
The Fall Semester starts soon!
A variety of classes are open to the public.
(L to R) Auditing student Anna Todaro Sadur, Professor of Mysticism Rahmiel Drizin and Board of Director, Senior Lecturer Linda Clark discuss the upcoming fall semester.
Board of Directors David and Linda Clark joyfully help make things happen at Hebrew Seminary!
Director Nancy Rothstein expresses our many thanks to (R to L) sign language interpreter Rachel Clinkman and Beth and Alison Brown.
Our seminary is proud and blessed to receive great ideas from all its feminists!
Save-the-date for our next event, an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, November 24th at 2:30pm, hosted by Hebrew Seminary and Congregation Bene Shalom.
Also, many thanks to our sister organization, Congregation Bene Shalom. Seen here, left to right: Cantorial Soloist Charlene Brooks Clinkman, Rabbi Dr. Douglas Goldhamer and Assistant Rabbi Shari Chen. (The omnipresence is seen again both as Hebrew Seminary President and
Senior Rabbi Congregation Bene Shalom!)
Give yourself the gift of hitlamdut, learning mind.