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Burnout is increasingly rampant in our world and we need new approaches—adapted from traditional wisdom—that reverse this trend. Unfortunately, turning to many current spiritual practices and perspectives can lead to bypassing underlying issues. An attitude of deep transformation from the inside-out leads to changes that are authentic, sustainable, and integrated.
Making 42 valuable, but obscure, mystical texts accessible with commentary, reflections, practices, and more, today's special guest, Rabbi Matthew Ponak presents through his book, Embodied Kabbalah, teachings from Jewish mysticism alongside insightful inspirations from current thinkers and the world's great philosophers.
Rabbi Matthew Ponak is a teacher of Jewish mysticism, a spiritual counselor, and the cofounder of the Mekorah Institute—an online spiritual center for embodied practice. Ordained with honors as a rabbi at the neo-Hasidic Rabbinical School of Hebrew College, he also holds a Master’s degree in Contemplative Religions from Naropa University. Matthew lives in Victoria, British Columbia, and is certified as a Focusing Professional to guide others to deeper self-knowledge and healing.