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Meditation & Mindfulness with Cheryl Brause

September 16, 2021, 3:00 pm

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Returning – A Yom Kippur Meditation

We often hear the word Teshuvah during the high holidays. Often translated as “repentance,” teshuvah literally means “return.” As we approach the high holidays after a long and challenging year, let us remember that we can return to ourselves each and every day — return to who we are, return to how it feels to be awake and present for our lives, return to who we want to be in the year ahead. One of the best ways to return to ourselves is through meditation, silently sitting with ourselves to wake up to what really matters, to let go of all that is holding us back from love and joy, and to return to our true, authentic selves in the year ahead. Join Cheryl Vigder Brause, WJC member, and meditation teacher, for a unique high holiday experience as we sit in meditation and practice the art of returning.

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