Dec. 26-29 The Mendful Path Mindfulness and mysticism in soul centered living
“Sh’ma in Hebrew is the call to listen and to hear. A call to collect our attention, attune to what is present, listen well and hear clearly.
Listen and surrender to the sweet flow of life as it expresses through what you love and your heart’s purpose. Come back home to stillness that lies beneath all things, remember your inter-connectedness to all things, and feel at ease and content.” Rabbi Sigal
Mendful Path meditation group continues in January 2018. Thursday evenings 7-8:15pm
Location: Elkins Park, PA. Hosted at a private home. Address will be provided to registered participants. Contact us for details.
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- Individual Mentoring & Spiritual Guidance
- Virtual small mentoring groups with Rabbi Sigal. Contact us for details
- Learn to meditate online. Explore the Mendful Path method with guided meditation and instructions with Rabbi Sigal . Contact us for details
“The inner experience of harmony and freedom informs and transforms life. When we realize our feeling of separation from others and things is an illusion, we surrender our walls which hold us protected and shield we are free to participate in life more fully. Guided by our heart’s desire and purpose we recalibrate our lifestyle, actions, and work. We set optimal conditions to live connected to our heart and the world more fully. We learn to live connected and in service of everything and everyone.” Rabbi Sigal
Rabbi Sigal’s integrative Mindful Path 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-selves.
She shares insights and practices that help living remembering we are interconnected as drop in the magnificent wide sea. She inspires her students to navigate skillfully and heart fully through life, to enjoy life with more ease and less discontent.
“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
RETREAT with Rabbi Sigal at the beautiful Kripalu Center, Stockbridge, MA
All retreats are open to people of all spiritual, religious, and nonreligious orientationsDo 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.
Mendful path is 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 guides spiritual refinement based in Kabbalah and mysticism, contemplative meditation, integrated mindfulness, heart-fulness, and breathing technique.
All levels are welcome. No experience or knowledge are necessary.
How long has it been since you spent time at the wellspring of your heart?
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Hebrew and English chants, Rabbi Sigal’s CDs to support your practice
Live in the mystery with joyful curiosity. Explore the relationship between mysticism, religion, spiritual practice, and happiness. The goal of mindful mysticism is to honor your unique experience and teach you to abide in your truth.
This holistic path provides a direct approach to living authentically and cultivating peace and well-being in all aspects of your daily life. Rabbi Sigal Brier clearly explains complex concepts and guides healing contemplative practices that focus on reducing discontent and strengthening trust in your authentic experience. Practice transformative meditations, relaxation, and self-inquiry to point the way toward wonder, enjoyment, ease, and contentment.