By PhD, RYT-500, Edith R. Brotman,Alan Morinis
An available advent to an embodied religious perform for a person looking profound and lasting self-transformation.
"Mussar perform goals to aid us turn into extra entire in our lives. it's curious about aiding us flow from partialness or maybe brokenness towards wholeness. Yoga embodies an analogous concept.... through marrying Mussar perform and yoga perform, this publication opens a brand new pathway to constructing better wholeness.... The wholeness that comes of our efforts in flip impacts either physique and soul, and we adventure the fruit of our efforts within the type of internal peace."
—from the Foreword
In this transparent and easy-to-use creation to Mussar Yoga—a mixing of Jewish and japanese non secular practices—you will easy methods to discover the actual size of moral behaviors and attitudes equivalent to humility, generosity, enthusiasm and gratitude via yoga poses and the yogic perform of breath paintings. meant for the amateur in addition to the yoga specialist, and for individuals of all faiths, every one workout is observed through step by step directions, important pictures, mantras and journaling exercises.
With perform, Mussar Yoga may also help unfastened you from undesirable conduct and self-destructive habit, elevate your capability for compassion and acts of goodness, and assist you advance a extra pleasant, significant life.
By Moses Mendelssohn,Allan Arkush,Alexander Altmann
By Dr. Ron Wolfson
How to remodel the version of twentieth-century Jewish associations into twenty-first-century relational groups supplying that means and objective, belonging and blessing.
"What relatively issues is that we care in regards to the humans we search to have interaction. after we certainly care approximately humans, we won't in simple terms welcome them; we'll hearken to their tales, we'll proportion ours, and we are going to subscribe to jointly to construct a Jewish neighborhood that enriches our lives."
—from the Introduction
Membership in Jewish agencies is down. Day college enrollment has peaked. Federation campaigns are flat. The quickest starting to be and moment biggest class of Jews is “Just Jewish.” younger Jewish adults are unengaged and getting older child boomers are disengaging. but, within the period of fb, humans crave face-to-face community.
“It's all approximately relationships.” With this easy, yet profound thought, famous educator and neighborhood revitalization pioneer Dr. Ron Wolfson provides useful suggestions and case experiences to remodel the previous version of Jewish associations into relational groups. He units out twelve rules of relational engagement to lead Jewish lay leaders, pros and neighborhood individuals in remodeling associations into inspiring groups whose value-proposition is to interact humans and fasten them to Judaism and group in significant and lasting ways.
By Igud HaKohanim,Rabbi Peretz Rivkin
By Marc Raphael,Moshe Sherman
The final in a chain of 3 volumes edited via Marc Lee Raphael surveying the various significant rabbinic and lay personalities who've formed Judaism in the United States for the previous centuries, this paintings makes a speciality of Orthodox Judaism. besides a uncomplicated description of the achievements of a few of the main impressive leaders, a bibliography in their writings and resources for additional research is incorporated in addition to an essay on Orthodox rabbinic companies and a survey of yankee Orthodox periodicals. Of curiosity to students, scholars, and lay individuals alike, this quantity will tell readers concerning the earliest groups of Jews who settled in the United States as they constructed the associations of Orthodox Jewish existence and set a public usual of compliance with Jewish law.
These early American Jews a Spanish-Dutch model of Sephardic customs and rites. Their synagogues used conventional prayer books, promoted the party of Jewish vacation trips, demonstrated mikvahs, got Passover provisions, and organized for cemetery land and burial providers. whereas lots of those Sephardic immigrants didn't hold halakha of their day-by-day routine as did their eu opposite numbers, they set a public usual of compliance with Jewish legislation, therefore honoring Jewish culture. extra immigration of millions of Jews from Western and principal Europe in the course of the nineteenth century introduced a global of conventional piety and huge Jewish studying to the US, exemplified by way of Rabbi Abraham Rice, who served in Baltimore, and Yissachar Dov (Bernard) Illowy, who served groups from Philadelphia to New Orleans. Such males marked the start of a realized and scholarly rabbinate in the US. This quantity presents worthwhile biographical insights concerning the most remarkable non secular leaders in American Orthodoxy.
By Manès Sperber
By Simone Sinn,Michael Reid Trice
[Religiöse Identität und Erneuerung im 21. Jahrhundert. Untertitel: Jüdische, christliche und muslimische Perspektiven]
Religionen haben klare Vorstellungen von Erneuerung und damit das power, in allen Sphären menschlichen Lebens Veränderungen einzuleiten. Religionen haben schon immer zu gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen beigetragen und Erneuerungsprozesse durch kontroverse theologische Debatten ausgelöst. Die Erneuerung religiösen Identität ist abhängig davon, wie religiöse Gemeinschaften ihre Traditionen und ihre gegenwärtigen und zukünftigen Herausforderungen für sich selbst, die Gesellschaft, in der sie leben, und die Welt als Ganzes interpretieren. Wo sehen religiöse Gemeinschaften ihre eigenen Ressourcen und welches sind die Kriterien für Erneuerungsprozesse im 21. Jahrhundert?
In dieser Publikation analysieren reflektieren jüdische, christliche und muslimische Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler die Bedeutung und Dynamiken religiöser Erneuerung und untersuchen die Bedeutung religiöser Erneuerung in den verschiedenen religiösen Traditionen.
By Jeremy Schipper
By Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski
Providing a spiritual lens at the subject, this publication at once addresses the matter of spousal abuse within the Jewish neighborhood, in hopes of confronting the reality and taking definitive steps to finish this violation of all that Judaism stands for. a number one rabbi and psychiatrist finds with remarkable candor, firmness, and compassion what can have been heavily saved darkish secrets and techniques in lots of Jewish households and provides urgently wanted recommendation and path. Rabbi Twerski's publication used to be one of many first titles to wreck open the problem, and this re-creation relates the popularity of abuse, the indicators, and the way to reply.
By Avraham Gileadi
A ground-breaking literary method of interpreting Isaiah’s writings for Judeo-Christian scholars and readers.
A multifaceted seven-part constitution of the publication of Isaiah attracts on occasions from Israel’s prior to systematically enhance an apocalyptic message and a Hebrew messianic theology.
When subjected to a number of literary analyses simultaneously—structural, rhetorical, and typological—the booklet of Isaiah discloses secrets and techniques that experience lain dormant for millennia. (Hebraeus Press, 2012 edition).