Tag: jewish healing

Slowly Digging Out of the Darkness

A metaphorical description of my personal experience with depression By Yehudis Pinter I am running, running, on the racetrack, trying to get to the finish line so I can finally sit down with my feet up, to enjoy the satisfied pleasure of accomplishment. My feet ache, the sun’s rays are burning, and a headache is Read More

JEWISH TEACHINGS ON HEALTH

Guest Blog by The Schwartz Collection on Judaism, Vegetarianism, and Animal Rights v’nishmartem meod l’nafshotechem (“Be extremely protective of your lives.”) (Deuteronomy 4:15). You may not in any way weaken your health or shorten your life. Only if the body is healthy is it an efficient instrument for the spirit’s activity….Therefore you should avoid everything Read More

Jewish Healing Practices: Renaming in the face of serious illness

By Guest Blogger: Rabbi Simkha Y. Weintraub Every person has three names: One her father and mother gave, one others call, and one she acquires herself. –Ecclesiastes Rabbah, 7:1:3 Judaism, like many if not all faiths and traditions, has a lot to say about illness, suffering, and loss–and much to offer people in their search Read More

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