Suggested: Friday evening pulpit sermon or after dinner talk.
ENTERING THE TREE OF LIFE
A sweet and gentle introduction to the Wonderful World of Kabbalah: the basic secrets of the Jewish mystical tradition; the “upside down” Tree of Life and Knowledge; the spiral pathway to God; the roadmap to the mysteries of existence; the rich journey to deep soul-satisfaction and inmost happiness; the return to the Paradise of Eden on Earth.
Suggested: Shabbat after lunch teaching
HELLO, GOD. CAN WE TALK?
Using biblical, rabbinic, liturgical, kabbalistic, and chasidic texts, explore the purpose and possibilities, and the efficacy of prayer. What is the psycho-spiritual prayer-dynamic that our sages conceived, and how does prayer work? When you talk, does God listen? When God talks, do you hear?
LIVING IN SACRED COMMUNITY
AND BEING ALONG WITH GOD
Using biblical, rabbinic, liturgical, kabbalistic, chasidic, and modern texts, here is a guide for forming kehillah, and creating a conscious, holy community, and, at the same time, for being in deep, personal, relationship with God. The contemporary dynamic tension between law and spirit; exile and return; chosen-ness and choosing; tradition and renewal; mind, heart, and soul.
If a fifth presentation is wanted during the weekend, either of these alternative teachings can be adapted to another setting, including being shortened into a Shabbat morning pulpit sermon
Suggested: Saturday evening
The Centerpiece Workshop
A SoulJourney into the Tree of Life
With sweet melodies, and meditative prayer discover the way to “zoom” into God’s holy presence; to connect and communicate with God in deep, intimate relationship; new ways to talk to God and listen as God responds; and to fulfill the yearnings of heart and soul. “How-to-Do” Kabbalah — Anytime. Anywhere. All in just 20 minutes a day!
Suggested: Sunday morning (especially for parents)
KABBALAH FOR KIDS
Inspirational advice and a practical, everyday guide to “spiritual parenting.” Through deep stories and fables, sweet, joyful songs and chants, and everyday GodTalk, sustain the Divine Light within your children, and help grow their hearts and souls.
As a stand-alone presentation, or incorporated into one of the Shabbat talks: a preview of Rabbi’s Dosick’s newest work.
GOD’S REAL NAME
An intriguing and fascinating account of the discovery of the real Name of God — that has been hiding in plain sight in the Bible all these years — and an introduction to the full Essence of the Complete, Whole God; an exploration of the pathways of mind and spirit that bring us to the transcendent, supernatural God of the universe, and to the God of deep, personal, intimate, loving relationship — the immanent God Within.
Available at any time / venue during the weekend, or as a stand-alone program…
best as an evening program for a large audience,
or adapted for after-dinner entertainment, donor / honoree recognition, and, especially, fund-raising.
Hilarious stories and poignant tales. Jewish laughter, Jewish tears. In the jester lives the deepest truths, so, the wisdom of the ages is in this contemporary comedy. Good, old-fashioned humor; good-spirited fun. Nu. So, what could be bad?