Torah as Mirror: group spiritual direction reflecting and discovering each self as part of the One. Our tools are chanting (Hebrew, English, wordless), silent meditation, Torah study in English, and verbal reflection.
Counting the Omer as a Spiritual Practice
The Power of Nigun
Discovering Your Voice
Spiritual Parenting Toolbox
Individual Spiritual Direction: Discovering, inquiring, wrestling, seeking a connection with the Holy Ground of Being
We sing because we are alive with the vibration of the universe,
from the tiniest parts to the vast movements of the cosmos.
Ahavat Olam - Love of the World
Somewhere on earth, every minute
hundreds of people are opening their hearts
someone is committing an act of love
every minute I am awake
is a minute when I could be that someone
keeping the continuous love flowing
the living current
the love of the world
(C) Abbe Lyons 2009
ובטובו מחדש בכל יום תמיד מעשה בראשית
The SpeakChorus Torah Project
Building Communities of Holy Midrash Tellers
What do you get when you mix poetry, flash mob, traditional and modern midrash and commentary with a bit of singing thrown in for good measure?
Click below to listen to SpeakChorus Torah with 2 very different groups!
Or watch the first ever SpeakChorus Torah presented at Ohalah in 2010 ===>
"Speak Chorus grabs your attention and holds you
to the point that you truly receive the message of the
Torah for the eternal moment." Rabbi Victor Gross.
“Being in a creative process around text helps me
understand kinesthetically what my intellect
cannot receive." SpeakChorus participant
"Those who listen to the Speak-Chorus are moved by the many voices, and cadences of the 'human script' re-telling Torah's tales that are expressed with poignancy, deep emotion and soaring spirituality."— Rabbi Leila Gal Berner
Speak-Chorus Torah is a collaborative creative process
of re-Searching, delving deep into the sacred words of Torah,
leading to an amazing presentation
that draws in all who listen.
SpeakChorus Torah on Balak Ruach HaAretz 2012
SpeakChorus Torah on Vayishlach Tikkun v'Or 5774 B'nai Mitzvah Class