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Rabbi Wayne Dosick, the author of The Real Name of God: Embracing the Full Essence of the Divine, is an educator, writer, spiritual guide, and healer, who teaches and counsels about faith, ethical values, life transformations, and evolving human consciousness, and is well-known for his quality scholarship and sacred spirit. He will be my guest for this episode to discuss the new book.

He is the spiritual guide of The Elijah Minyan, where the worship services are highly acclaimed for their deep prayer and meditation, joyous singing and chanting, and warm, atmosphere that encourages deep connection to God and to a community of friends.

For more than seventeen years he served as Visiting Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego, teaching the only courses in Jewish Studies at this Catholic university.

Rabbi Dosick is the award-winning author of eight previous critically acclaimed books: the now-classic Living Judaism, Golden Rules, Soul Judaism,When Life Hurts, The Business Bible, The Best Is Yet To Be, and with his wife, Ellen Kaufman Dosick, MSW, 20 Minute Kabbalah, and Empowering Your Indigo Child.

He has been awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees by both his alma mater, the Hebrew Union College and by the Jewish Theological Seminary, making him one of the few rabbis to be recognized by both America’s Reform and Conservative seminaries with an honorary degree.
Rabbi Dr. Wayne Dosick has been described as a “rational intellect with the soul of a mystic,” and he has been called “one of the most gifted teachers of our generation, who understands the mindset, needs, and yearnings of people, and responds to this intellectual and inner searching in peerless fashion.” In response to his newest book, The Real Name of God, he has been called “a spiritual master of our time.”

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