Judaism You Can Use: Bracketing Our Days
It’s become evident in the scientific and healing literature that gratitude and forgiveness are not only good for our hearts and relationships, but also for our health. Jewish spiritual practices around waking up and going to sleep can offer us ways to bring serenity and awareness to our busy lives. Simple Jewish mindfulness practices can make a huge difference in how we both begin and conclude our day with shalom (peace) and intention.
Participants will learn several Jewish practices that they can start doing immediately. Rabbi Jill Zimmerman, M.Ed. is a graduate of both Hebrew Union College-JIR and the Institute for Jewish Spirituality’s rabbinic training program in Jewish mindfulness practices.
OrganizationLeo Baeck Temple / Kalsman Institute and Cedars Sinai
VenueLeo Baeck Temple
1300 North Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049