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Shiviti: Creating a Jewish Meditation Practice

Sunday, September 30, 2018 – 3:30pm-6:30pm

Shiviti: Creating a Jewish Meditation Practice

A shiviti is a visual aid for meditation and contemplation, using Hebrew names of G-d. Every Hebrew letter has a divine vibration that is amplified when used in divine names. The divine name can be used as a portal to devekut (union). When we meditate in this way, we are carried into deep silence and unitive consciousness.

In this workshop you will create your own shiviti with a name of G-d that resonates with your soul. You will take home a daily meditation practice that includes chanting, repetition of the divine name, and awareness of the breath.

No previous experience with art or meditation are necessary. Materials will be provided. Free of charge, registration coming.

Dani Antman is an author, artist, healer, and spiritual guide. She has practiced and taught Jewish meditation for the past 15 years. She was a senior teacher at the School for Nondual Awakening and Healing for over 9 years. She has taught at Esalen Institute, The Lionheart Institute for Transpersonal Energy Healing, and at various synagogues in California. Dani is a recent graduate of Kol Zimra, a training in Hebrew chant with Rabbi Shefa Gold. She created her own collection of tallit as well as a series of paintings of the Hebrew letters. Her memoir, Wired for God, Adventures of a Jewish Yogi was published August 2017. www.daniantman.com www.wiredforgod.com http://www.divinewrapsody.com


September 30


3:30 pm - 6:30 pm


Chochmat Halev
2215 Prince Street
Berkeley, CA 94705 United States




Dani Antman

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