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Meditation: Upcoming Classes

Have you been thinking about "not thinking"?

Have you been thinking about "not thinking"?

I’ll be teaching a five session “Introduction to Jewish Meditation” series on Wednesday mornings beginning October 26 (the other dates being November 2, 9, 16 and 30) from 10 to 11:00 a.m. The classes will be held in a private home near Pleasantville’s . We’ll be looking at texts that show (surprisingly perhaps to some) how long meditation has been practiced by the “People of the Book.” There will also be an experiential component, meaning: we will meditate. Everyone is welcome, regardless of religious persuasion. Offered through the Westchester Adult Jewish Education program, there is a small tuition fee. For more information contact Nina Luban at (914) 328-7001 or waje@wjcouncil.org If you’re not sure, come for a “taste” – attend the first class and then decide.

I’ll also be teaching a one hour “Introduction to Jewish Meditation” class at the Westchester Jewish Council/Westchester Board of Rabbi’s second annual “Night of Learning” on Saturday night, November 12.For more information about that evening see the WJC website

And a reminder that we offer meditation every Saturday morning at 9:00 am at the synagogue. Everyone is always warmly welcome!

A very limited number of tickets for Yom Kippur services are still available for purchase by non-members. Write info@shalomPCS.com or call 769-2672 for information.

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