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Davenology: The Secrets of Jewish Prayer with Rabbi David Zaslow
Rabbi David will demonstrate how to make our most common prayers so personal that our brains will actually trigger the release of endorphins when we recite them, leaving us with the sense of joy and deep personal satisfaction. Rabbi David says, “Jewish prayer is musical, it is kinesthetic. It requires movement, and the involvement of sight, sound, and the whole body that leads us to a state of connection joy. To make prayer meaningful requires that we understand that the siddur (prayer book) is really our part in a personal conversation with the Holy One. It is our script that asks us to improvise and make each prayer personal.”
Come learn about the elements that make Jewish prayer unique, and how to develop your own 20 minute morning practice that will be even more effective as your daily cup of coffee to get your day going.