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Reb Zalman DVD Series on Davenology Kicks Off This Sunday

Vital prayer life takes place in the inner sanctuary carved out by your intention and devotion.”   Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi z”l

Introduction to Davenology: Reb Zalman DVD series, combined with esteemed teachers, kicks off this Sunday, November 8, 3:00 – 5:00 pm at Nevei Kodesh with a special session led by Eve Ilsen.

If you are missing contact with our beloved sage Reb Zalman, or never got a one-on-one experience with him, come watch this enlightening series where he provides his deep wisdom on connecting to the Divine. In these DVDs he is larger than life, warm, and extremely personable. Become re-enchanted with Jewish prayer. Learn the tools for stretching into higher levels of vibration and carving out a space and sanctuary for .

Each 2-hour Sunday afternoon session will include a viewing of one DVD and a discussion/experiential activity, facilitated by a revered leader of Reb Zalman’s teachings.  All teachings take place at Congregation Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder, CO  80304

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

•  THIS Sunday – November 8, 3-5 pm: Introduction to Davvenology with Rebbetzin Eve Ilsen
•  December 13, 3-5 pm: Defining Terms, with  Rav Sarah Bracha
•  January 10, 3-5 pm:  Meditation, with  Maggidah Charna Rosenholtz / Rabbi Ori Har
•  February 14, 3-5 pm:  Gratitude, with Morah Yehudis Fishman
•  March 13,  3-5 pm:  Kavvanah and Keva, with  Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
•  April 10, 3-5 pm: Blue Jeans Spirituality, with  Rabbi Marc Soloway (tentative)

COST:   $20 per session  (Nevei Kodesh members $15)

Tickets available at the door.  (Note: Cash or check only)

For more information, contact info@neveikodesh.org; (303) 443-4567

18% of class proceeds will be donated to The Yesod Foundation’s Reb Zalman Legacy Project.

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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