A short teaching and guided meditation/reflection to prepare for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Teaching topics include teshuvah (repentance, return), Isaiah 58:5-7, viddui (confession of our shortcomings and sins), Rav Abraham Isaac Kook teaching about Viddui L'Tov (confession of our good deeds).
Rosh Hashana yoga and meditation practice -- what new possibility do you intend to bring forth in the new year?
Teaching and meditation on self-acceptance and love of our own physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual beauty, and awareness of ourselves as a sanctuary and dwelling place for the Divine Presence. Being confident in who we are as a unique expression of God's light in the world.
A teaching and meditation about being receptive and grateful for the blessings we experience in the body, emotions, mind, and spirit.
A teaching and meditation about allowing whatever is arising in the present moment, with awareness of the nature of all things to change and be impermanent. This too arises, this too will pass, this too may possibly be for the good. Sourcing Jewish and Buddhist spiritual wisdom and mindfulness.
A teaching drawing on Jewish and yogic/Buddhist wisdom. Kavod atzmi is the value of expressing dignity, respect and honor for one’s self. This guided visualization applies Ram Dass' teaching about allowing trees to be as they are to ourselves, as a practice of acceptance and loving awareness.