The nightmare of climate apocalypse haunts our days. Breathe, says the Torah. Mother Earth will be alright. After centuries of abuse, of pillage and neglect, she is, this very moment, in the process of reclaiming her power. But what about cities, underwater? Breathe, my sweet loves.
In this virtual circle, we’ll tune into Neshmat Hayyim, the Breath of Life, and allow the Divine to hold us as we experience the pain, loss and uncertainty of collapse. On the other side of these broken global paradigms, across the sea of our grief, lies a new chapter of history, for the Jewish people, for our siblings in faith and for all of our human family. In the midst of previously unimaginable plagues, we know freedom shines from the other side of the sea.
Breath Lab animates Jewish practice by grounding in the Torah of body and breath. Yaakov, a rabbinical student at Hebrew College, brings beit midrash learnings into his Breath Lab teaching, offering the body as a vessel of Torah study.+ More... - Less...
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