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Mussar for Modern Life

This is a continuation series with a modular structure. Participants can register for the three-session series or take individual sessions, and new folks are welcome at any time. Mussar is a centuries-old Jewish system of character development that has regained popularity as a spiritual practice in our modern age. Through interactive exercises, text study, contemplative practices, writing and discussion, this class will explore some core middot (virtues, like patience, forgiveness, etc) and provide tools and frameworks to help us deal more effectively with challenging situations we face in our every day lives. By using these tools we will improve our relationships with ourselves and others. All are welcome; no prior experience necessary.

This is the second in a series of three classes. Register at a reduced rate for the full series here

Schedule

# Sessions
1
Date & time

Saturday, June 10
1:30 - 3:00 pm

Location
Tuition
$25

$60 for three-session series

Session Time Days Location Instructors
Jun 10 1:30 PM–3:00 PM Sat Temple Sinai Marla Kolman Antebi

Location

Temple Sinai

2808 Summit Street

Oakland, CA 94609

510-451-3263

Instructors

Marla Kolman Antebi

Marla Kolman AntebiMarla Kolman Antebi is an award winning Jewish educator, community organizer, and interfaith activist and has been teaching and leading groups of all ages for over twenty years. She is a certified teacher of Jewish Meditation and Mysticism and runs workshops and sitting groups throughout the Bay Area. In her role as Education Director at Chochmat HaLev she participated in an intensive multi-year Tikkun Middot program which blended text learning, Mussar practice, and awareness practice, and she is eager to share the transformative wisdom of modern Mussar with the wider community