Open Circle Jewish Learning: Mindfulness and Mysticism
Mindfulness and Mysticism Circles
Discover meditation, mysticism, and mussar, the Jewish spiritual discipline that helps us nurture our soul and spirit and develop a way of living mindfully.
Open Circle Jewish Learning, a Hebrew College program sponsored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), also offers classes focused on Politics and History, Art and Culture, Social Action, and Texts and Traditions, or you can create your own Open Circle salon on any Jewish text or theme. All class descriptions are available here.
Summer 2019 Mindfulness Offerings:
- Creating an Authentic Relationship to Self, Others and God Through the Lens of the Hebrew Months. (Instructor: Ketriellah Goldfeder; Sundays, 7:30-9 pm; July 7-August 25; private residence, Sharon)
The following courses are registering directly through Temple Emanuel’s website:
The Jewish Road to Character: A Journey into the Study and Practice of Mussar: 8 Thursday evening sessions in Newton, with Rabbi Eric S. Gurvis, beginning October 24. >>REGISTER
Parshat Ha-Shavua Through a Mussar Lens, 8 Monday morning sessions in Newton, with Rabbi Eric S. Gurvis, beginning October 28. >>REGISTER
Additional fall classes will be posted soon. Schedule and tuition varies by site. For a complete list of classes, past and present, click here. If you would like to form your own class, please contact Bernice Lerner, Dean of Adult Learning, at email@example.com or 617-559-8709.
Those who withdraw from the class before the first session will be given a full refund. A $50 administrative fee will be deducted from your refund if you choose to withdraw from the class after the first session.
If you have any trouble registering, please reach out to Bernice Lerner, Dean of Adult Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-559-8709.