Nevei Kodesh to Hold Shabbaton with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone PhD

Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD

Rabbi Tirzah Firestone will be presenting a special weekend Shabbaton entitled “Wounds Into Wisdom: Transforming Our Past to Create A New Future.

The painful history of our ancestors as well as their rich cultural wisdom linger and intertwine within us to create the patterns of who we are and who we are becoming. Even when past pain remains unspoken or has long been forgotten, it becomes part of us and our children—a legacy of both strength and woundedness that shapes our lives.

This Shabbaton is for anyone interested in healing the past, as well as those interested in personal transformation.

Using guided meditation, stories, teachings from Torah, science, and the seven principles of healing culled from her trauma research, Reb Tirzah will take us on a journey that promises to be both personally and collectively transformative.

Schedule of Events:

Friday, Feb 22: 6:15 – 7:00 pm
Optional Meditation; 7:00 – 9:00 pm Service

Saturday, Feb 23: 9:15 am
Optional Meditation, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm | Teaching, 12:30 – 2:00 pm with Catered Lunch | 2:00 – 4:00 pm Teaching

Sunday, Feb 24, 12:45 – 2:45 pm
Teaching

Location: All events take place at Congregation Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder, CO  80304.

Cost: Guests, All Events All Weekend ($150), Students, All Events All Weekend ($50), Friday evening only ($36).  Nevei Kodesh members have special reduced rates if register before Feb. 15.

Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD, is an author, Jungian psychotherapist, and founding rabbi of Congregation Nevei Kodesh in Boulder, Colorado. Ordained by Rabbi Zalman Schachter Shalomi in 1992, she is a leader in the international Jewish Renewal Movement and a renowned Jewish scholar and teacher.

For more information or to register: https://www.neveikodesh.org/event/shabbaton-with-reb-tirzah-firestone.html

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