Jewish Sacred Dance — These dances are
so great at building Kavannah (intention). In a service I often do two
or three right before the sh’ma to bring the group together and to
deepen our prayer. As one participant at a Rosh Hashanah service said,
“This was the most holy sh’ma of my life.”
An artist who was a participant at a Yom kippur service at which I led a
partner dance said that she was so entranced by the beauty she saw in
each face, that she was inspired to change the focus of her painting
from still lives to faces.
I also lead sacred dance after a Havdalah service as a way to enter the
new week with joy and connection to holiness. Besides incorporating
sacred dance into Shabbat and holiday observances I
sometimes hold sessions of sacred dance just because the dances are
wonderful to share with a group of people and bring much needed such
peace and love to the dancers and the planet.
The Jewish Sacred Dance set will provide you with the materials that you
need to bring joy, peace and connection to your community.
It Is Perfect
Listen to the Voice Within
Ahava Raba - We Are Loved
A Good Week