The Moon, Mussar and Me

Sunday August 28 and September 11, 2022  •  4:30 – 6:30 pm
In-person in the Chochmat Halev Courtyard

Join us in harnessing the energies of the month of Elul to polish the light of the soul. Each month the moon cycle brings new energies that can calibrate us to living in sacred time.  Elul is the last month of the Hebrew year, a special time of heightened sensitivity to how we show up in relationship with ourselves, others, and the world.  We do the work of T’shuvah, turning and returning to our core essence, polishing the filters of the soul, cleaning things up energetically so we can shine even more brightly in the year to come.

Join us for this 2 part moon-guided journey through Elul, clean out holy schmutz, develop your t’shuvah tool kit and gain skills to move toward transformative change, step by step. Tea and snacks provided.

Marla Kolman Antebi and Daniella Salzman, Moon and Mussar Mavens

Marla Kolman Antebi is an award-winning experiential Jewish educator, community organizer, and certified teacher of Jewish meditation. She has been leading groups and teaching students of all ages throughout the Bay Area for over 25 years. During her eight years as Chochmat Ha Lev’s Education Director she became a practitioner of Mussar, which transformed her life. With an orientation to the mystical, Marla has been calibrating her life to the cycles of the moon and the rhythms of sacred time for decades. She currently runs a Jewish family school in Half Moon Bay and just completed her second year in the Aleph rabbinic ordination program.

Daniella Salzman is deeply committed to revelation and revolution. Having trained as a dance expressive arts therapist, meditation and mindfulness teacher, and community organizer, she is inspired by leaders who dedicate their lives to transforming both our inner and outer worlds towards a lasting and integrated peace.

Free for members; $18 for non-members and guests; donations welcome


Date

Aug 28 2022

Time

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

Chochmat Halev
2215 Prince Street
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