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What’s Jewish About Meditation?

Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder
Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan

Come and learn skills and practices that will help you find and develop an island of inner calm in a fast-paced world, and do it in a particularly Jewish way. Using Aryeh Kaplan’s breakthrough work “Jewish Meditation“, we will learn about, explore, and experience meditation that is uniquely Jewish. We will learn about Jewish mantras, talking meditation, visualizations, and so much more.The skills you learn here can be applies to prayer, and can even be added on to your current meditation practice, if you have one.

This group will gather at Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder’s office at 1530 55th St #121 on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm. Absolutely no experience necessary. $10 per class for non-Aish-Kodesh members.

The class is limited to 10 people – please RSVP to rabbi@boulderaishkodesh.org if you’d like to attend, or for more info.

About Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder

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2 comments

  1. I AM WRITING A NEW TORAH IN MY FATHERS MEMORY IN HONER OF HIS 30TH YAHRZEIT IF ANYONE WANT TO HELP IN ANY WAY CALL ME AT 646-296-4323 OR EMAIL ME AT RABBIARYEAHKAPLAN@YAHOO.COM
    THANK YOU
    MICHA KAPLAN

    • Shalom Rabbi Micha Kaplan
      I hope you can help me. I live in Teveria. I have been a BIG follower and admirer of you father, Rav Aryeh KaplanZ.L. for years, having most of his sephorim. I am essentially interested in his works on Jewish Meditation.

      I am seeking someone who knew him well (especially from his family OR others) to begin a dialog on this wonderful man who was taken from us much too soon.

      We have mutual acquainteces like rabbi Avraham Sutton, Rabbi Gedalia Fleer, Rabbi Rosenfeld z.l. And my dear cousin, Rabbi Moshe Ha-Cohen Eisenmesser, z.l.

      I need someone who either knew your father well or his great books. I am retired now in Teveria and have the time and interest to know more of this great man and his works. I would also like to Daven at his Kever in Har hazetim.

      Tuvia Mozorosky