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Pathways to Torah: Sound Healing and Hebrew Chant

Saturday, April 30, 2022 29 Nisan 5782

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Join various spiritual leaders and teachers from across CNK and beyond to discover new, diverse and spiritually productive pathways to Torah study in 2022! Monthly Shabbat morning sessions will offer opportunities to delve deeply into – and wrestle with – our sacred text in community.  Cost:  Included in membership. Guests $18 per session

No Charge for Members | $18/class for Guests

April 30th, Sound Healing and Ana B'Koach Chant:
Led by Hazzan Shayndel Adler 

Shabbat morning, April 30th will be on the 14th day of the count of the omer, the day of Malchut ShebeGevurah. (Day of G-d's Expression in the World/Shechinah/Sovereignty within the week of Strength/Discipline/Justice/Courage).

What to expect? Lie down in the comfort of your own home, login to the magical zoom portal and allow the mystical chant, Ana B'Koach help to 'untie our knots/ take us out of these chains of fate' during this time of the counting of the omer. The chant will flow in and out of the vibrational healing waves of Himalayan singing bowls and other instruments (lyre, Native American flute, drum and more). Reb Zalman's original chanting of Ana B'Koach will also be included.
'Ana B'Koach' represents the seven sefirot and figures a symbolic ascent of Divine energy from a lower plane to a higher one; movement from one realm of reality into another. The prayer itself is considered to be one long name of G-d. 
The Himalayan bowls contain seven sacred metals that align with the seven creative planets and the seven chakras of the body. Their meditative frequencies and healing properties accompany and entrain the sacred text of Ana B'Koach chant to a very deep level of our beings. 

To view a sample of a previous sound healing:

Hazzan Shayndel Adler (she/hers) is an ordained cantor through ALEPH, the Alliance for Jewish Renewal; is an ordained Kohenet through the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute and also completed ALEPH's Kol Zimra Chant Leader Training and the Davennen' Leadership Training Institute. She has served as a cantor for approximately ten years in Reform, Renewal and Conservative congregations and has been an educator and an administrator in Jewish and secular settings in California for over twenty-five years.

She holds a BA in Liberal Studies/Elementary Education and a Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential from Humboldt State University. She is also a trained Waldorf Educator, a teacher of the School of Uncovering the Voice and is a certified healing practitioner with an emphasis on spiritual healing and sound meditation. To learn more:

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