Our ancestors did not live easy lives. Their lives were complex and challenged. Yet they rose. And they left us a legacy of timeless tools and understandings. Join us as we explore a few of the tribal stories of our own ancestors.
- Increase compassion for yourself and others
- Learn (or deepen) coping tools
- Shift into the positive possibilities
Whether your challenges are in health, relationship, loss, or any of life’s pains, this class presents methods that soothe the spirit so you can increase joy.
Please join us! Light refreshments.
Wednesday, June 5, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Boulder Center for Judaism, 4900 Sioux Drive, Boulder
Suggested donation: $10
Laya’s books will be available for sale.
Award-winning author Laya Saul is an engaging international speaker. She is the author of the beloved self-help book for teens “You Don’t Have to Learn Everything the Hard Way” and book for toddlers “I Love You So Much.” Her newest book tells the stories and gifts of women in Tanach (scripture) “Sisterhood of the Copper Mirrors—The Legacy of the Jewish Woman.” Laya lives in Tzfat, Israel.
Sponsored in loving memory of Larry Reich.