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Taste of Wise Aging Through the Lens of Tikkun Middot with Sue Nadel and Jane Weintraub

February 5 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

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Have you been thinking of retiring, is your nest emptying, are you facing age related challenges and moving from one phase of life to another, are you sandwiched between generations? Do you have fewer stairs to climb professionally and more interest in making this next chapter meaningful? These and other issues will be addressed in a new Beth Emet offering: Wise Aging Through the Lens of Tikkun Middot.

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Middot encompasses a range of practices focusing on our personal characteristics, traits or virtues. The study of Tikkun Middot uses curiosity and openness to investigate our internal and external reactions to situations. With this lens we will look at issues of aging and consider how we can turn towards choice points that create openings for personal and spiritual growth and turn away from reactive behaviors.

Did we pique your interest?! If so, please join us for a one time “Taste Of” Wise Aging Through the Lens of Tikkun Middot on Sunday afternoon, February 5  at 2:00 pm during a zoom gathering where we will share more information about this upcoming class!

In the words of our group facilitators:

  • “I am so excited that Jane and I can offer you the opportunity to access and blend the Tikkun Middot and Wise Aging knowledge and practices. I have participated in, and co-facilitated both of these groups and they have become an integral part of my daily life. Now when I encounter daily or more difficult issues, I have a “toolbox” rooted in Judaism that allows me to pause, consider and make more mindful choices about my actions or decisions. These groups have truly made my life more compassionate and more whole.” Sue Nadel
  • “I second everything Sue says! I too have both facilitated and participated in these groups and these practices have definitely enhanced my day to day life! Both Wise Aging and the practice of Tikkun Middot have opened me up to living more intentionally. … it’s an ever-unfolding process for me. I don’t think I’ll ever fully arrive, but I’ll see so much more and experience so much more on the journey!” Jane Weintraub



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