A teaching about the Shekhinah — the Divine Presence — and how it lands in the relational field.
Indigenous Language Revitalization has positive impacts on the wellbeing of individuals and communities. Matthew Ponak interviews Nicki Benson about the work she is doing to support Indigenous people in their efforts to reawaken their “sleeping languages.”
How can we pass on a story if we don’t believe it or if we don’t like its message? Ḥanukkah is quickly approaching. Each year I struggle with the same question of how to make this holiday meaningful for my kids.
Part of being human is having difficulties. And, our difficulties can come from any number of sources. For starters, change is constant and any change can be stressful – even a positive change! So what are us mere mortals to do in the face of the inevitable difficulties?
Chronic pain is a construct from the brain which research shows that mindfulness can reduce. “Religious” meditation turns out to be more effective than its secular alternative. Shabbat can be a pain-relieving retreat.
Going Down to Go Up Judaism is overflowing with maps of spiritual transformation. One prominent example from Hasidic mysticism is the path of descending for…
Here is a list of all of the best dictionaries, web resources and apps for studying Hebrew and Aramaic once you understand the fundamental grammar.
Here are five golden nuggets from the world of Torah that transpersonal psychologists—and those they inspire—will benefit from knowing.
What is Kabbalah anyways? The great number of ways the word “Kabbalah” is used can be overwhelming. Today, many different groups (often competing with one-another) teach divergent practices and philosophies of Kabbalah, often with unique origin stories for how this type of mysticism came to be. This article clarifies the differences and helps cut through…