By Ruth Schapira
Inner JudaismJun 02, 2023
In this episode we'll explore the unique meaning of Awareness, and what implications that has for our spiritual lives.
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A New Way to Think about Patience
Mussar has a specific definition of the character trait of Patience. Listen to this episode which explains a meaning you might not realize. If you're intrigued about the practice of Mussar, check out more information at InnerJudaism.com
Everyday Miracles: A visualization about Yirah - Awe
In this episode of the Inner Judaism podcast you'll experience a guided visualization for how miracles surround us every day….but often go unnoticed.
I hope that by the end of this podcast, you will have experienced a deeper connection with the spiritual side of Judaism. I appreciate your comments! Please email me at email@example.com
The Real Truth of Torah
In what ways is the Torah relevant for me personally? How can an ancient text, with material that I sometimes can't relate to, speak to me today? Listen to this episode for a different way to think about the messages the Torah has for us, on a weekly basis.
What does it mean to love God?
In this podcast, we’ll be exploring love from a Jewish perspective. I hope that I will be able to share some teachings with you that will give you a new way of thinking about the complicated subject of Love and God.
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Blessing the Broken
In this podcast, we’ll be exploring a difficult subject…the messy part of life. I hope I will be able to give you a different way of thinking, of how to bless the broken in our lives, which at times is a huge challenge.
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The True Nature of Blessings
Does God need our blessing?
Blessings begin by us saying: Blessed are you Lord, Our God, King of the Universe….
But wait a second…are we really blessing GOD??
You are invited to discover the true nature of blessings in this episode by Inner Judaism
Words are a THING
This episode will give you a new way of thinking about something we do everyday...every one of us....every single day. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and relax with me a bit as we explore the news ways that our techno-centric society has changed our very definition of the word WORD.
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Jewish Prayer as a Dialogue
Why is Praying to God Sometimes So Hard?
It's difficult to muster up the emotional content you need to develop a relationship with God when you connect only a few times a year. This podcast will encourage you to begin that relationship.
Jewish Visualization - In The Wilderness
Along with our ancestors, we leave a narrow place in search of a spiritual home. Join me to experience the wilderness, the Midbar and what it might mean for you.
Jewish Visualization - Everyday Mysteries
In this podcast, I'll offer you a few thought experiments to make you think a bit more of your everyday experiences a little differently. Our imaginations can take us to far away places.
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Jewish Meditation: The trait of Envy / Kin'ah
We live in a comparative culture, which tends to breed envy.
We all feel it at times, sometimes by just a tinge of a feeling of want, of envy. This meditation will delve into Mussar, an ancient Jewish spiritual practice, by exploring the character trait of Envy ---in Hebrew, Kin'ah.
This meditation will offer you a visualization of an encounter and a different way to respond to envy.
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The Real Hebrew Meaning of Gratitude
Why is gratitude considered a foundational spiritual practice?
How does understanding the Hebrew meaning of the word explain this?
Listen to the podcast to learn more about the real Hebrew meaning of gratitude.
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Judaism's Understanding of Speech
What does Judaism have to say about speech?
A lot it turns out. In this episode we'll focus on just one idea, from thousands of years ago....and along the way, you'll learn more about yourself.
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Jewish Meditation: The Trait of Trust / Bitachon
How can we begin to understand what it means to Trust in God? To trust in the One of All Being?
We can begin by recognizing the trait of trust that we already experience...every single day. We can cultivate our 'mental muscle' to help us gain an ability to have Trust.
With this podcast, you will have the ability to experience the character trait of Trust, of Bitachon (Hebrew).
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Jewish Meditation: The Gift of Life
Take a few minutes to appreciate that your very life---your breath---is a gift!
A Jewish Soul Story
How do we bring a sacred quality into our day-to-day interactions? It's not as complicated as you might think. Listen to find out.
What Judaism Says About Making Mistakes
How tolerant are we of our own mistakes?
Can we forgive ourselves when we inevitably screw up?
What does Jewish tradition say about making mistakes?
Listen to this podcast from Inner Judaism to learn more.
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What Judaism Says: The Big Question
This Inner Judaism podcast discusses the big question of life: Why are you here? What does the Zohar, mystical Jewish writings, say about the purpose of creation? Join me to think about what all this means for you.
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One Response to Dara Horn's People Love Dead Jews
I had to deal with being repulsed by the title of Dara Horn's new book before I could bring myself to read it. But now that I have, you have to read it too. Find out why.
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The month of Elul, before Rosh Hashanah, is a time for introspection. It's a time that our tradition tells us God is close to us. What does that mean and how might we respond?