3-day Urban-Retreat in the Heart of Jerusalem.
DEC. 25th, 26th and 27th
The mystical essence of Hannukah is that of encountering the darkness and finding within it the hidden light. One of the great gifts of meditation is the power to uncover your own inner light. This retreat invites you to take the next step in your personal and spiritual growth through an engagement with the deep and authentic practice of Jewish meditation.
This retreat offers a mix of silent sitting, prayerful song, walking meditation, mindful eating, and personal processing plus profound Kabbalistic teachings and an array of practical Jewish meditation techniques. Whether you are a beginning or advanced meditator, come join together in community for a truly transformational experience of Hannukah....and of yourself.
Rabbi Hillel Lester, Facilitator
Chaya Lester, Teacher/Therapist
Rav Daniel Kohn, Guest Teacher
Register by Dec.11th and get an Early Registration Discount of 10%:
Singles: 765...Students: 585...Couples: 1170
We have a few spots available for work-trade. If you are interested, please contact us.
SPECIAL Family Track:
We are excited to offer a fun, educational, and inspiring children's program from 8.45am-4.45pm daily.
10am – 4.30pm: Meditation Program
7:30pm– 10.30pm: Evening Program with guest speaker
Monday & Tuesday:
6.30 – 8am: Morning Meditation & Prayer
9am – 4.30pm: Meditation Program
7:30pm – 10.30pm: Evening Program with guest speaker
- Sleeping accommodations not included.
Healthy, kosher dairy mehadrin lunch provided (breakfast & dinner not provided).
Chairs are provided. Please brings your own cushion or mat if you prefer.
LOCATION: The Jerusalem Soul Center,
Next to Independence Park
#20 Rabbi Akiva, near Downtown Jerusalem
Directions: From King George Street, turn onto Hillel Street, then turn right onto Rabbi Akiva Street at the Aroma Café, and across from the Italian Synagogue. Proceed straight down Rabbi Akiva through a small parking lot all the way to the end. #20 Rabbi Akiva and the Jerusalem Soul Center are through the gate on your right.
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