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Kavanah  - A Shabbat Retreat featuring renowned scholar and innovator Rabbi Naomi Levy January 24 & 25, 2020

Please use this link to register if you wish to attend.

Friday, January 24

6:00 pm - Featured Speaker at Shabbat Services, Knowing Your Soul: Rabbi Naomi Levy

7:15 pm - Enhanced Pot Luck Shabbat (RSVP)

8:00 pm - Coffee, dessert and conversation with Rabbi Levy

Healing your Soul: a conversation about Rabbi Levy’s book To Begin Again, and soul healing.

Saturday, January 25

9:30 am - A Short Biography of the Soul: Torah Study

10:30 am - Minyan Service with Rabbi Levy

12:00 pm - Complimentary Lunch and Eating Meditation

1:00 pm - Relationship of Body and Soul: Movement Exercise

2:00 pm - Feeding the Soul: Shabbat Study

3:00 pm - Soul Snack

3:15 pm - Heeding the Soul: A prayer writing workshop

4:15 pm - Concluding Circle and Havdalah

About this year's speaker...

NAOMI LEVY’s latest book is Einstein and the Rabbi. She is the author of the national bestseller To Begin Again, as well as Talking to God and Hope Will Find You.

Naomi is the founder and leader of Nashuva, a groundbreaking Jewish spiritual outreach movement based in Los Angeles. Levy was named one of the top-fifty rabbis in America by Newsweek and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Today show, and NPR.

She was in the first class of women to enter the Jewish Theological Seminary’s rabbinical school and the first woman in her movement to head a congregation on the West Coast.

Praise for Rabbi Levy's latest book, Einstein and the Rabbi:

Rabbi Naomi Levy shares her loving spirit, her inspirational stories of Einstein and the Rabbi whose grief he sought to assuage, and her lessons on hearing the voice of your soul. This remarkable book spoke to me as I am sure it will speak to you.  - Susan Cain, author of Quiet

Levy offers us a blessing—which indeed comes true as one travels through her luminous book: ‘I am praying that something sacred will happen to you. Something unexpected. A turning. An awakening.’ And it does; all of that and more. - Abigail Pogrebin, author of My Jewish Year and Stars of David

Mon, July 6 2020 14 Tammuz 5780