The Mystery Of The Copper Snake And The Power Of Passionate Prayer

The Aquarian Minyan invites you to four-part class taught via Zoom by Morah Maggidah Yehudis Fishman:

THE MYSTERY OF THE COPPER SNAKE AND THE POWER OF PASSIONATE PRAYER
Time: Oct 19, 2020 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
        Every week on Mon, 4 occurrence(s)
        Oct 19, 2020 12:00 PM (Recorded, can be seen here)
        Oct 26, 2020 12:00 PM
        Nov 16, 2020 12:00 PM
        Nov 23, 2020 12:00 PM

The episode in the book of Numbers about the copper snake, is one of the most mysterious topics in the Torah. From echoes in Shamanism to the medical symbol of healing, the copper snake has ‘entranced’ people throughout the ages. Come and learn the secret of this story from a mystical and Hassidic perspective. You may come away with a practical tool for a more empowering prayer experience, as well as a new outlook on life!

Yehudis Fishman has been teaching Torah and Chassidic philosophy to people of all ages and backgrounds for over fifty years both on the east coast and out west. For six years, she had been the spiritual director of Congregation Aish Kodesh in Boulder, Colorado and continues to teach and counsel both children and adults in Boulder and Denver. Her qualities of erudition, relevance, sensitivity, and humor endear her to a broad spectrum of multi-generational students. She is also the 2012 Boulder recipient of the Grinspoon-Steinhardt Award of Jewish Educator of the Year. In 2014 she became a Maggid as well, so now she is known as ‘M&M’= Morah Maggidah

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