Tag Archives: Jewish Meditation

Mindful Moment: Believing Your Thoughts is a “Choice”

Mindful Moment: Believing Your Thoughts is a “Choice”

Here is a beautiful mindfulness teaching presented by facilitator Suzanne Weiss recently to the Morning Meditation group that meets daily on zoom, and in person on Tuesdays at Nevei Kodesh and Thursdays at the Boulder JCC from 9 to 9:30 a.m. All are free to join, no meditation experience necessary, only curiosity!

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When Offering Advice Yield to Restraint

When Offering Advice Yield to Restraint

I once said to my therapist that my love language is making helpful suggestions. But here's the thing. It's not true, because at its core, making helpful suggestions is a form of trying to control a situation or my own anxiety when people speak to me about their troubles or their pain. Or, I’m trying to feel helpful or powerful if I have the answers for people.

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Join Jewish Meditation: Toe in the Water or Diving Deep

Join Jewish Meditation: Toe in the Water or Diving Deep

Every weekday morning from 9 to 9:30 a.m. there is a mindfulness community that gathers, on zoom daily, and in person on Tuesdays (at Nevei Kodesh) and Thursdays (at the BJCC) to meditate, share, and offer healing prayers and say Kaddish. All are welcome to join!

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Mindful Morning at the Boulder JCC

Mindful Morning at the Boulder JCC

The Boulder JCC will be hosting a Mindful Morning on Friday, June 3rd. This in-person event will offer opportunities for silent sitting meditation, walking meditation, learning, and connecting with community in an inviting outdoor setting.

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