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Sunday, March 6 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Serenading Beloved

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So many Jewish prayers are filled with love, passion, yearning and intimacy. Jew-cy!! Yet, many of us don't know how to bring those parts of ourselves into our spiritual lives and prayer. And we live in a culture that teaches us to hate or ignore the wisdom, beauty and power of our bodies, numbs or distracts us from our inner lives and distorts our sensual aliveness into consumerism. In this interactive songful, prayerful, sounding, meditative, movement laboratory, we will explore ways of listening to the stirrings and truths of our inner lives, reaching into the world with open and courageous hearts, and healing our relationships with our bodies and voices so that we can sing and pray and act in the world with our whole selves.

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Miriam Margles

Miriam Margles is a rabbi, artist and activist. She has been serving as the rabbi of the Danforth Jewish Circle in Toronto since 2010. Her original compositions of Jewish liturgical music are sung by communities throughout North American, Israel and Europe. Integrating dynamic Jewish learning, heart-opening spiritual practice, community building and creative exploration in movement, voice and writing, Miriam facilitates workshops and retreats... Read More →

Sunday March 6, 2016 5:00pm - 5:50pm

Attendees (25)