All is God.
What does this mean for our lives? Drawing on the work of Jewish mystics both pre-modern and contemporary, we will divide our time between text study and meditation practice. Sources will include classical Kabbalah, Hasidic mystics, Spinoza, Hillel Zeitlin and contemporary thinkers like Arthur Green and Jay Michaelson. We will also delve into applications of nonduality in the ethics of gender with Joy Ladin and other queer theorists as well as explore the rich insights of nonduality towards our place in the earth ecology.
A six week deep dive into the theory and practice of radical Jewish nondualism.
Investment: Members $108; Non-Members $216
Tuesdays Oct 18- Nov 22, 7-9 pm in person at Or Shalom. Classes will be recorded can can be watched after each class. Videos will appear here the day after each class.
Nondual Judaism 1 – PDF Notes
October 18 – Video recording
(October 25 class was cancelled due to illness)
Nondual Judaism 2 – PDF Notes
November 2 – Video recording
Class Four: Nondual Judaism and Ecology
Class Five: Nondual Judaism and Self