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Mondays: January 30th, February 6th & 13th, 8:00 - 9:00 pm ET, 5:00 - 6:00 pm PT, 3:00 - 4:00 pm HT 




$90-$18 (more information below)

About the Workshop: 

Why is the custom to recite psalms during the practice of Shmirah, keeping watch over a body until burial?  In this three-session series, we will take a look at the unique spiritual language of psalms and how they can help us open our hearts in the presence of great vulnerability.  We will explore five psalms that are designed to help us experience or put words to our faith, despair, yearning, wonder, and gratitude.  Hebrew and English will be provided, but no knowledge of Hebrew is necessary.  

This workshop will be recorded and shared with all participants following the session.

Taught by Rabbi Lisa Goldstein

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein is a teacher, consultant, and certified practitioner of NARM, a modality for healing complex trauma. She teaches a wide variety of online courses with an emphasis on spiritual wisdom, prayer and meditation, and the teachings of R. Nahman of Breslov.  She also works one-on-one to support people in their journeys of healing and spiritual growth.

Educated at Brown University and Hebrew Union College, Rabbi Goldstein has almost 25 years of executive experience, having served as the director of Hillel of San Diego, and the executive director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality.  She is the lead faculty for the Jewish Pedagogies of Wellbeing Research Fellowship, a research program for master educators through M2: the Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, and has helped create and implement online learning programs, including self-paced highly produced courses. 

She lives in New York City with her husband, Igal Harmelin, and their foster son, Seydou.

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