Self improvement, growth and personal transformation through the lens of ancient mysticism.
How do we understand the need to both remember, and also erase our trauma? To Zachor, and also Timche, the memory of Amalek?
Creating a space for the Divine to rest - from history to today.
This week's Torah portion, "Ki Tisa", is a roller-coaster journey of human desire and yearning, Divine connection, separation and reconnection, and finally, the divulging of the "formula" for which the Israelite nation - and hopefully, human beings, can connect with the Divine in their lives.
Wiser than ever before.
How can we focus on the Real Reason we avoid Getting Things Done to actually Do The Things?
Can we let go of grudges, of jealousy and of vengeance, in a way that is simple even if it takes time?
Is a spiritual practice simply about the mind, or can we allow Divine to flow through our bodies, too?
How do we shake off the winter darkness and spring clean ourselves using the winter as nourishment and fuel?
Vashti’s archetype, however, isn’t the only powerful woman in the Purim tale. Esther, heroine and queen, operates in a model of power that is sometimes hard to recognize. It is a model that is situated differently on the continuum from the silent oppressed; to the loud activist.
But the body is here to be a tool, and the costume of flesh that we wear each day is here to help us experience ourselves at our best, and find out who we truly are.
The Disney depictions of Moana today versus the Belle of today - and 25 years ago - resonates with the feminine awakening of embodied power, courage and the heroine's journey.
February 14th means a lot of things to Hallmark and the romance industry in this country. But what is love, and how do I bring it into my life, no matter what day of the year it is?
The air outside feels heavy, and I just want to feel good. I can't fix that, but I can fix me.
It's easy to throw our hands up in despair, but when it comes to removing violence and creating a better world, we need to think about what we can do within ourselves.
Why is Queen Esther associated with the international plight of Jewish Agunot, or chained women? What was unique about Esther's visit to the king to plea for her people, and how can we all accompany Esther, and our sisters, on this cold and lonely journey?
The key to international women's day no longer being necessary is not about achieving equality in a state of hierarchy.
It's using our feminine power to reach the true state of femininity. Which is not hierarchy, or equality, but something different altogether.
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