Ancestral Wisdom For Navigating Turbulent Times

with Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone

Wed. July 15, 5:30pm PT
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Free Online Event with Author, Jungian Psychotherapist & Founding Rabbi of Congretation Nevei Kodesh
Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
This ancient wisdom shows us how to decipher our soul’s unique code and find our own seat amidst the world’s outward chaos.
Gain healing insights into your trauma history and ancestral patterns to unveil your soul’s radiance and help heal our world.
Personal and collective traumas can overwhelm our coping mechanisms and change the course of our lives… but they need not define us.
Each of us comes into this world with specific tasks — sacred repair work that is deeply connected to the wounds and challenges that have befallen us and our bloodlines.
By exploring and healing these wounds, we can better accomplish this sacred work — honoring our soul’s calling and becoming all that we are meant to be.
It’s as all the world’s elders tell us: Life on earth is anything but random. Each moment and each creature has its own signature, its singular purpose in the cosmic wheel. 
Many global traditions affirm that we each have guides and ancestors in the unseen world assigned to us — to help us transform our wounds into wisdom, and to direct us toward deep, lasting healing.
Can we slow down enough to hear their voices?
Especially now, during these turbulent times, we are each being called to what matters most, to follow the guidance of our soul’s still small voice, urging us to evolve into our most potent self.
In this empowering hour with Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone — for people of all faiths and spiritual paths — you’ll discover teachings from some of our wisest elders, including Jewish mystics, Plato, Jung, and others…
This ancient wisdom shows us how to decipher our soul’s unique code and find our own seat amidst the world’s outward chaos.
Rabbi Tirzah will guide you on a journey to your wise and timeless self that will astonish you. 
Accompanied by your wise and well ancestors as well as your spiritual guides and allies, you’ll be able to see from an expanded perspective — what the Jewish mystics call mochin d’gadlut, or Big Mind, which is often obscured by the hectic and turbulent outer world.
From this place, you’ll return with a better understanding of what’s most important in these challenging times — and with a greater appreciation for ancestral wisdom as a rich resource for cultivating hope, courage, resilience, and compassion to better navigate your life.