Shabbat Services
What Is Jewish Meditation? Jewish meditation involves mindfulness practices within a Jewish spiritual context. We create time and space for introspection, contemplation, prayer and connection with the Eternal. During the Shabbat Service we Shema (listen). We practice gratitude through prayers like Modeh Ani and Birchot Hashachar. We take time for contemplation during the Amidah. Plus, at Makom, we often follow the Amidah with a guided meditation. Many find that meditation practices improve mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. Please come to a Shabbat service to see how we meditate or join one of our weekly meditations. Meditation Group Every Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm Led by Kim O’Kelley-Leigh Each week, through brief discussion, the group comes up with 3 spiritual affirmations to guide our meditations. Class ends with another brief discussion about our individual experiences and Kim shares wisdom about the practice of meditation, garnered through her experience as a daily meditator for over 30 years. 1st class free. Suggested donation $10 per class. Open to members and non-members. Via Zoom Zoom Link for Thursday Meditation Passcode: 060222 Monday Morning Meditations 8:30-8:50am Led by Harold Gidish, Makom’s President What better way to start your week than by centering, calming, and opening your heart through a guided, twenty-minute meditation. Themes often relate to the Jewish calendar or what seems needed in the world (i.e., peace, love). Free to members and non-members alike Via Facebook Live.
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Our mailing address: P.O. Box 5086, West Hills, CA 91307 Telephone: (818) 658-1800 Email: makomohrshalominfo@gmail.com
Meditation
Our mailing address: P.O. Box 5086, West Hills, CA 91307 Telephone: (818) 658-1800 Email: makomohrshalominfo@gmail.com
What Is Jewish Meditation? Jewish meditation involves mindfulness practices within a Jewish spiritual context. We create time and space for introspection, contemplation, prayer and connection with the Eternal. During the Shabbat Service we Shema (listen). We practice gratitude through prayers like Modeh Ani and Birchot Hashachar. We take time for contemplation during the Amidah. Plus, at Makom, we often follow the Amidah with a guided meditation. Many find that meditation practices improve mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. Please come to a Shabbat service to see how we meditate or join one of our weekly meditations. Meditation Group Every Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm Led by Kim O’Kelley-Leigh Each week, through brief discussion, the group comes up with 3 spiritual affirmations to guide our meditations. Class ends with another brief discussion about our individual experiences and Kim shares wisdom about the practice of meditation, garnered through her experience as a daily meditator for over 30 years. 1st class free. Suggested donation $10 per class. Open to members and non-members. Via Zoom Zoom Link for Thursday Meditation Passcode: 060222 Monday Morning Meditations 8:30-8:50am Led by Harold Gidish, Makom’s President What better way to start your week than by centering, calming, and opening your heart through a guided, twenty-minute meditation. Themes often relate to the Jewish calendar or what seems needed in the world (i.e., peace, love). Free to members and non- members alike Via Facebook Live.