Jewish Meditation

  • April 06, 2013
  • 9:20 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Shir Tikvah


The Parsha is Shemini (9.1-11.47) is in the book of Leviticus.This section describes the death of two of Aaron's sons for doing  a "non-God approved" sacrifice at an ordination ceremony. The conclusion of this Parsha describes the laws of Kashrut.

The meditation will focus on what is known as chukim (laws) in which there is no rational explanation. Do we need to always have a rational answer for the things that we do? 

Can our actions and laws be for sensitizing our souls rather than enriching our minds? Is that the purpose of keeping kosher?

This meditation session will use body, breath and inner listening to explore these questions. It will be lead by Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb.

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