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The Joy of Sage-ing

Building on the teachings of Reb Zalman and his book “From Age-ing to Sage-ing,” the program Joy of Sageing® – Acquiring a Heart of Wisdom offers powerful contemplative tools for gathering and giving expression to the wisdom of our own ripening lives. Appropriate for all who want to gain deep meaning in the aging process, people of all ages, professionals working with elders, and clergy for their own eldering and for those they serve.

The Sage-ing journey empowers us to discover the sacredness of our life cycle. We teach skills which empower us to harvest the wisdom of our life experience to enrich the present moment; face our mortality and learn from it; mature in our relationships and in our communities; develop a regenerative spirit; and take active leadership roles in society.

To enroll for January 29, 2012, email me at ori@center-for-spiritual-friendship.org or call 303-440-1024.

Through sage-ing we have the opportunity to enhance our world by sharing with others from our deepest sense of self. The Joy of Sage-ing program helped me to start the interior work necessary to awakening the elder and sage that resides within. I wholeheartedly recommend this workshop for all looking to find authentic meaning in aging and a path to the ongoing growth of self, family and community.”
— Ken Klingman

Co-sponsored by Center for Spiritual Friendship, Haver Rabbinical Council, Boulder JCC’s Maimonides Wellness Center and FAM – A Holistic Wellness Center.

About Ori Har DiGennaro

Rabbi Ori Har received ordination as Mashpi'ah Ruchanit, Sage-ing Mentor and Rabbi from ALEPH - Alliance for Jewish Renewal. She co-founded and directs the Center for Spiritual Friendship in Boulder - an interfaith center for Hashpa'ah in many forms. She serves as a spiritual director for individuals, and groups, as well as leading Sage-ing workshops. Reb Ori is also a practitioner of Embodied Torah and devotional dance, and is on faculty in The Embodying Spirit Training Program. Ori has been an adult educator of Biblical Hebrew, Torah and meditation for over twenty years, and is the author of "God Speaks Here and Now: A Guide for Living." A native of Israel now living in Boulder, CO, Reb Ori is married, has two children, two step-children and is a Savta of two grandchildren. Visit our website www.conscious-learning-community.com

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