About 20 years ago Reb Zalman saw the writing on the wall and wrote a book called: “From Age-ing to Sage-ing.” In this book Reb Zalman envisioned Sage-ing as a journey toward becoming a conscious elder, an awake human being who can change the way growing older is perceived, and can embrace life and live the elder years more consciously, more joyfully, and more compassionately.
By doing so Reb Zalman believes, we can bring about the great shift towards expanded consciousness and Mashiach times. We can be creatively engaged in the changing world of Jewish and non-Jewish Boomers.
If you want to discover the mysteries and wisdom of the second half of life join the Joy of Sage-ing seminar offered here in Boulder starting April 14th, 2013. The Sage-ing seminar offers knowledge and powerful contemplative tools for gathering and giving expression to the wisdom of our ripening lives. Come and have a taste of this delicious work.
This program is 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 class runs six Sundays, 4:30 – 6:30, beginning April 14. To find out about location and price email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-440-1024 or visit www.center-for-spiritual-friendship.org
The program is led by Rabbi Ori Har DiGennaro and is co-sponsored by Center for Spiritual Friendship, Haver Rabbinical Council, Boulder JCC’s Maimonides Wellness Center.