Presenter: Rabbi Jeff Roth
Series: 2014 Jewish Meditation Teaching Training
Jeff presents a brief introduction to the theology of Jewish contemplative practice. He discusses what is needed to support our practice, and focuses on the Jewish concept of mochin de katnut, or small mind. Jeff details how the experience of self-identity is a process of small mind. He discusses the make-up of small mind through the lens of the five aggregates: body; feeling tone; perception; volitional fabrications; and consciousness.
Each Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 1:00 PM, Rabbi Jeff Roth leads an online meditation groups open to all. Jeff starts with some instructions for the day, we sit for 30 minutes and then have 10-15 minutes for questions and comments.
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