The month of Elul calls: Return.
Return to awareness and alignment.
Return to loving relationship.
The month of Elul calls: Return.
May our Elul practices open our awareness, call forth our compassion and inspire our actions for justice, dignity, healing and peace.Read More
This month we stand in the moment, we look back at the year that's been, and we lift our eyes to the year to come.Read More
The mystics teach that during Tammuz we “rectify our eyesight,” and practice seeing what is there rather than what our fears, expectations or habits conjure.Read More
How to let yourself be inspired by the qualities of the current Hebrew month of SivanRead More
With all that is happening in our country and our world, it is easy for us to get into the habit of hardening our own hearts, making it more difficult to respond to each other with patience, love and understanding.Read More
Tonight (February 14), we welcome the month of Adar, the month that brings Purim, the holiday of transformation and possibility.Read More
In this video, Rabbi Yael Levy, founder of A Way In Jewish Mindfulness Organization, speaks about "What is Jewish Mindfulness?"Read More
Let us be inspired to continue to rise, amid the ruin and the rubble, and let us light the flames for goodness, for justice, for the health of the planet and the dignity of all.Read More
As we come to the eighth and final night of Chanukah and the fullness of the light, we rededicate ourselves to living and acting in alignment with our highest values.Read More
Naming and noticing moments of joy, finding reasons to celebrate, joining in laughter and play strengthens and renews us.Read More
As we light the candles, we acknowledge that the choices our great, great, great grandparents made have helped create this very moment, and the choices we make will help create the lives of people we will never know.Read More
On this fifth night of Chanukah, we honor the lights we each offer to the world.Read More
As we light the Chanukah candles, and then the Shabbat flames, we rededicate ourselves to gifts of Shabbat.Read More
On this third night of Chanukah, we lift up our values and ideals and the ways in which we long for our world to be healed. We name and honor people who work for justice.Read More
We affirm that this living, breathing planet nurtures and sustains us and that everything we do affects the well being of all. On this second night of Chanukah, as we light the candles, we give thanks for creation, and we name places that offer us beauty and refuge.Read More
As Chanukah begins, we rededicate ourselves to looking at the world with eyes of wonder and awe. We rededicate ourselves to noticing the blessings and lifting up the good.Read More
It can be so easy to despair, realizing how many things have happened despite the opposition of so many people. But Chanukah implores us to act, even as we do not know if our actions will succeed.Read More
In times when it is difficult to find a way forward, Chanukah reminds us to join together and take action even when change feels impossible.Read More
The light of a small candle reveals worlds. Gateways to expanded consciousness are everywhere. It is very important to be mindful how we make our way through the dark.Read More