Holiday Celebrations

Rosh Hashanah - The Trumpet's Call of the Jewish New Year

The trumpets are blowing summoning all souls to come back to their holiness. For some, holiness is natural to their being honest, truthful, genuine and pure of heart.  For others, it is a reminder to return to the side of their nature that they have forgotten being lured by the seductions of money, wealth and greed.   Read more »

Easter: From Death to Life

An important message of Easter, the return of the dead soul to life, bears the message that death can be overcome.  This event is called “resurrection.” This was not a unique phenomenon of the Abrahamic tradition, but found in many ancient cultures.  In modern life, we see this possibility nearing through technological-biological means.

Here is an exercise to live the depth of this Death to Life possibility.  Read more »

Watch for Your Elul Experience: Sundown, Aug. 21, 2017 - Sundown, Sept. 20, 2017

The 30 day period prior to the Hebraic New Year called Rosh Hashanah (the head of the year) is a month called Elul, meaning God is in the garden, or God is drawing near. During this 30 day period we receive messages from the invisible reality about the upcoming year. Almost everyone - no matter what your persuasion - experiences some significant, striking, unusual, different, attention grabbing experience.  This experience can come as an event in waking life or as a significant dream. Read more »

Celebrating Women Heroines: The Story of Esther

Women’s International Day 

             It’s auspicious that women finally have a day devoted to them.  Even colon cancer gets a whole month.  The least we can do is recognize women’s contribution to humanity for a day!  Read more »

Toss Out New Year’s Resolutions: A Better Plan

   By Dr. Jerry Epstein

        Resolution means creating a determination toward some purpose or goal. To start, try not to frame your resolution in the future “I’m going to”, “should”, “could”, “ought to”, “will”, “must”, “have to”, and the like. This future talk fails, as it is not in the present moment, the only place we can act!  Read more »

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