Urban Jungle Walk

The Kabbalists and Chassidic Masters spent much time in nature, as they found it helped cultivate openness, awareness and sensitivity – being connected to the Tree of Life. The ‘situational ethic’ of each moment calls and invites us to show up and respond to that unique moment with the full spectrum of our Being.

Join the Academy, Yochi Ress and Jonathan Moch for a silent walk in nature, followed by an exploration of how ‘Hineni!’ – ‘Here I am!’ is a profound declaration of the Soul of Jewish life and practise: presence, vulnerability and whole-hearted living!


Mindfulness in the Park
Sounds of silence
Wednesday, 31 October 2018
Huddle Park
Yochi Ress & Jonathan Moch
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