Do you want to feel more ease and contentment? To enjoy a balanced mind, calm emotions and self-acceptance?
Meditation with Rabbi Sigal focuses on mending gaps and finding your ground of being in ways you haven’t experienced before. Dive into the mystery of your soul and learn to sustain a deep connection to the mystery and your heart’s desire and purpose.
MEDITATION and Learning with Rabbi Sigal at Newtown, PA Once a month
April 11, May 9 , June 13, 7-8:30pm Location: 115 Pheasant Run, Suite 212 Newtown, PA 18940 RSVP to HearAwake at gmail
“The inner experience of harmony and freedom informs and transforms life. When we discover separation is an illusion we enter the flow of life more fully. When we adjust our lifestyle, we set the conditions, which are guided by our heart’s desire and purpose, from the inside out, we know deep peace and contentment.” Rabbi Sigal
Sigal’s integrative meditative approach is rooted in the recognition that we are whole as we are. There is nothing wrong with us; we are not broken and we don’t need fixing. Instead, we need loving, attention, kindness, and care to ease into being and trusting more fully who we are. Being our authentic sea-self.
She teaches practices to help living remembering we are vast and magnificent as the wide sea. She guides students to navigate skillfully through life, to live with more ease and less discontent.
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“I learned life changing tools in Rabbi Sigal’s meditation class. I have been involved in meditation for a while. I recently joined Rabbi Sigal’s group and I am really thrilled with her unique approach. Her methods and personal touch make it a total body experience. You begin to notice the peace and balance throughout your body. She takes you through a guided session that brings you totally into the moment in a relaxed and positive way.” Susan G. Meditation Group Participant
Kabbalah MEDITATION Mindful Mysticism for Soul Centered Living
DESCRIPTION: Mindful mysticism for soul-centered living is rooted in Kabbalah and integrated contemplative practices. It is a holistic approach to healing, joy and contentment.
Rabbi Sigal will teach and guide a healing contemplative practice to focus on mending gaps and connecting to your heart’s desire.
You will learn and practice spiritual refinement based in Kabbalah and mysticism, be guided in contemplative meditation, integrated mindflness, heartfulness, and breathing technique.
All levels are welcome. No experience or knowledge is necessary.
Elkins Park PA Weekly (Suggested donations: $10-20) Location: Beautiful Train Station Building, 7876 Spring Avenue, Elkins Park PA 19027
Newtown, PA April 11, May 9 , June 13, 7-8:30pm Location: 115 Pheasant Run, Suite 212 Newtown, PA 18940 $25 – 2016 Monthly (second mondays of month)
March 25-27 2016 (weekend 2 nights) For people of all spiritual, religious, and nonreligious orientations
Kabbalah—mindful mysticism for soul-centered living—is a holistic and direct approach to living fully and cultivating happiness. It aims at nurturing your authentic nature and supporting you in joyfully connecting to yourself and the world with expanded consciousness.
Explore the landscape of the soul with meditation, deep relaxation, self-inquiry, and breath, as you
- Learn to sustain a deep connection to your heart’s desire and purpose
- Release stress, discontent, and dissatisfaction
- Practice healing and restorative techniques that lead to more ease, freedom, and contentment.
Real change is possible when you listen deeply and incorporate methods of self-attunement into daily life.
Special EVENT: Demystifying Kabbalah and Mysticism
March 26, 7:30-9pm at Kripalu Center in the Berkshires MA
Have you ever wondered: What is mysticism? What is the relationship between mysticism, religion and spiritual practice?
Join Rabbi Sigal Brier, an international mystic and a scholar, for an evening of demystifying, learning, and contemplating.
She will share views through lenses of history, spirituality, and mysticism. She will guide a healing contemplative practice to focus on mending gaps, connect to our heart’s desire, and live content and be at ease. Free and open to all.
September 2-5 2016 Labor Day Weekend (3 nights) Kripalu Center MA
For people of all spiritual, religious, and nonreligious orientations
SAVE THE DATES Winter break Retreats at Kripalu in 2016 —December 23-25 and 26-30 – more details soon.
connect with Rabbi Sigal:
Online meditation groups – Starting soon. Let us know if you are interested
Mini retreats in NYC, Philadelphia, & other locations – More details are forthcoming. Contact us for details and if you want to host a gathering with your group.
December 20-23, 2015, 2016 – New dates TBA
Are you longing to know, remember, and live your life’s purpose? In Sanskrit, the word sankalpa means “deepest heart’s desire and purpose.” Your heart is the center of your power. Come sit at the wellspring of your own heart and learn to welcome the mystery of your heart’s wisdom. This retreat includes meditation, deep relaxation, life-changing insights, and skillful self-inquiry.
Rabbi Sigal gently guides you to
- Relax and trust your intuition
- Open to your heartfelt desire and purpose, and clarify your intention
- Cultivate a witnessing presence to your truth
- Nurture a plan, from the depth of your being, to guide your life.
You emerge from this retreat focused and empowered to live more fully.
How long has it been since you spent time at the wellspring of your heart?
Contact Rabbi Sigal about mentoring and creative life-cycle ceremonies
267- 627- 4425 hearawake@gmail(dot)com
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