March 25, 2016 - March 26, 2016, 12:00 AM
West Suburban Temple Har Zion
River Forest, Illinois
I am Asleep but My Heart is Awake
Shir ha Shirim (Song of Songs) 5:2
World renowned teacher of Jewish meditation and mysticism, Rabbi Yoel Glick, will be leading the community in a weekend of contemplation, study of Kabbalah and the soulful celebration of Shabbat.
Presentation at 8:00pm
Walking the Path of the Jewish Mystic. How to Expand your Awareness and Transform your Life. Rabbi Yoel Glick will explore how we use the seminal teachings of the Kabbalah to infuse greater meaning and purpose into our lives and experience every day with great presence and awareness.
Dinner – $25 for adults and $15 for kids 4 through 12.
9:00am – pre-service meditation
10:00am – Shabbat Service
11:00 am – Sermon delivered by Rabbi Yoel Glick
No RSVP needed
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Rabbi Glick will lead this 3 hour meditation workshop. If you are new to meditation or an advanced practitioner, Rabbi Glick teaches to all levels and will guide us in a three hour exploration of the five tools of meditation, stilling the mind, visualization, concentration, mantra chanting and contemplation. Learn how to expand your awareness and open your heart.
$18 per person.
Rabbi Yoel Glick is a native of Toronto, Canada. He was ordained by Yeshiva University in New York and the Hasidic rabbi and singer Shlomo Carlebach. In the 1980’s, Rabbi Glick was the director of Hochmat Halev in the Old City of Jerusalem, a center for Jewish spirituality that attracted the leading teachers of its time and hundreds of students. Today, Rabbi Glick lives in the South of France and Jerusalem with his wife Nomi and teaches audiences of all denominations across the globe. He is the author of Walking the Path of the Jewish Mystic: How to Expand your Awareness and Transform your Life and Living the Life of Jewish Meditation: A Comprehensive Guide to Practice and Experience. He is also the father of West Suburban Temple Har Zion’s rabbi, Adir Glick.