The Society of Jewish Science: The Center for Applied Judaism and Shulamit Elson

Invite You to a Powerful Experiential Workshop:
MASTERY OF THE EGO:
THE PATH TO AWAKENING AND JOY

In this 5-session workshop, Shulamit will teach SoundPrayer™ Meditation, which is based on ancient Jewish meditative practices that lead to the awakening of consciousness, and a self observation practice that frees the mind from self-defeating habits and the limitations of the ego.

 
WHEN:   Five one-hour sessions at 6:30 pm:
– Friday, January 9
– plus three consecutive Wednesdays (January 14, 21 and 28)
– and Friday February 6.
               (Friday sessions will follow the Kabbalat Shabbat service)
 
WHERE:  Society for Jewish Science, The Center for Applied Judaism
109 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016   (between Lexington and Park)
 
FEES:

  • The course is free to members of the Society and $95 for non-members.
  • Credit card, cash and checks accepted.To receive a $10 discount, pay $85 prior to the event via PayPal.com to the account of shulamit@shulamitelson.com
  • If you need financial assistance, send a request to the email address listed under Inquiries.

 

THE WORKSHOP: Each of the five sessions will be based on teachings from the Tanya, the 18th century Chassidic text, and will incorporate an understanding of the Kabbalistic view of the Soul and its journey towards the fulfillment of the commandment:

“Love God your Lord with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your might.” DEUTERONOMY: 6.5

 
SOUNDPRAYER MEDITATION is based on teachings from the Tikkuney Zohar, and the writings of Rabbi Joseph Gikatilla, as well as the work of Abraham Abulafia in 13th century literature. The 10 basic vocal sounds employed in SoundPrayer meditation are each related to specific passages in Torah.  Each sound has a specific vibrational characteristic that draws on the power of 10 distinct emanations (Sefirot) that correspond to locations on the human body. The power of these vocal sounds can be drawn upon to raise consciousness in many extraordinary ways.

INQUIRIES:
shulamit@shulamitelson.com

Society for Applied Judaism: 212-682-2626