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G-d is a Four Letter Word
Is Monotheism Idolatry’s Last Hiding Place? or How Do We Recover From Post-Traumatic G-d Disorder?

David Ingber

Saturday 1:30 PM–2:45 PM Empire Lounge Canceled, sorry

Sunday 2:45 PM–4:00 PM Ballroom C

101, Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Text & Thought

For many, the word "G-d" carries so much baggage, so much pain, that we find it virtually impossible to find spirituality in our Judaism. Spiritual 'scar tissue' exerts itself on us, making engaging Jewishly very painful. Changing our relationship to "G-d" and replacing old images of the Divine can be the most important step we take on the road to revitalizing our Jewish spiritual life. In this time together, we will look at some radical teachings from Rav Kook and other masters that invite us to go beyond the narrow definitions we have of G-d, refreshing ourselves by expanding our relational palette.

David Ingber

David Ingber is a rabbi, explorer, and integrator. His experience spans from training in the Orthodox world to Renewal Judaism, from teaching pilates and gyrotonics to meditating under the guidance of great Zen teachers, from tai chi and yoga to astrology, from great Jewish mystics to western philosophy. He recently founded Romemu in NYC.

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