Are you looking for community and connection during your work day, not just on nights and weekends? Do you want to bring more meaning and purpose into your work?
Join us for OpenLev, a sacred coworking experience at Chochmat HaLev where you are invited to bring intentionality and mindfulness into how you work while connecting with open-hearted seekers.
WHAT IS SACRED COWORKING?
WHO THIS IS FOR
WHAT THIS IS NOT
If you’re up for being part of this sacred co-working community, sign up here! (Please note each day has its own unique link to sign up.)
Hear about the OpenLev Sacred Co-Working experience from participants:
“Having the balance of work and moments to socialize made me more focused in my work and more appreciative for moments of connecting to others in the in between.”
“I really appreciate the Jewish wisdom that was woven into the day.”
“Having structure to the day, intention setting, peaceful setting, group lunch, space to breathe — all were so helpful”
“I loved the invitation to set an intention about ‘how’ to approach the workday, not only what. It brought in the mindfulness piece that can often be missing in work settings.”
“I had an opportunity to connect with almost everyone for at least a few minutes and it was so enlivening and enlightening. It’s amazing how much I learned about this community in one day. The difference between how I felt at the beginning and how I felt at the end is remarkable.”
A BIT ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS:
Ben Poretzky is a community organizer and strategist passionate about bringing impact-driven projects to life. Formerly a technology product manager and strategist at Intuit, Meta, and multiple startups in the Bay Area, Ben currently works for the Sacred Design Lab managing their Accelerating Global Spiritual Innovation project. He is a co-founder of Kinhood, a men’s wellness organization committed to growing men’s capacity to receive and reciprocate care through events and community. He formerly served as the Project Manager of SynagogueX: Reimagining Jewish Spaces of the Future. He is a member of the SF Jewish Federation Jews of Color Giving Circle.
Zvika Krieger is the Spiritual Leader of Chochmat HaLev. He has served in board and leadership positions for Sukkat Shalom/Milk+Honey camp at Burning Man, Jewish Studio Project, Temple of the Stranger, Wilderness Torah, and other organizations dedicated to nourishing the mind, body, and soul. He previously served as Facebook/Meta’s first-ever Director of Responsible Innovation, created and led the World Economic Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and served as the US Department of State’s first-ever “Ambassador to Silicon Valley.” He is a certified Shadow Work facilitator and Design Thinking facilitator, certified as “God” with “Talk to God”, and trained as an ecstatic dance DJ by Embodied Sound.
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