Tikkun Middot practice is an ancient form of Jewish spirituality which focuses on the development of soul traits (middot) to attain personal and communal holiness. Examples of some middot include: patience, humility, order, trust in God, and joy.

In this four-part series, Rabbi Stiel will delve into some of the history and foundational principles behind this practice. She will also share some key mindfulness strategies and middot modalities that can help us in this important work.

Over these four sessions, our group will study several important Jewish middot together (learning how they are understood within Jewish tradition) and work on fine-tuning these middot in us, as we deem appropriate. Through this middot work, we will learn about and cultivate some of the Jewish qualities we want to grow within ourselves.

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Schedules

  • Starting Tuesday, October 13th, 2020, repeats every week on Tuesday until Tuesday, October 27, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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