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The Sky Within: Integrating Mussar, Astrology and Rosh Hodesh


Lifelong Learning at Romemu: The Well

The Sky Within: Integrating Mussar, Astrology and Rosh Hodesh
with Alina Bloomgarden and Caren Fried


Join this course and explore the Jewish calendar and astrology in a unique soul curriculum. The lens of Rosh Hodesh and the Astrological New Moon are used to focus on a particular character trait each month in the Jewish practice of Mussar. Participants develop personal intentions aimed at improving one’s character and use astrology to deepen self-reflection. 

This is a drop-in class. 

**You may now register for one month at a time, or for multiple months at once.**


Fees for this class will be:
$18 for General Public per session | $10 for Romemu Members per session 



**No one will ever be turned away from any Romemu class or event for financial reasons.  To request financial aid, email support@romemu.org before filling out this form.**

This class will be held on Rosh Hodesh Thursdays (with some exceptions) from 7-9pm Eastern Time.  The following is a full schedule of upcoming class dates.  

**Register for one session at a time, or for as many sessions as you'd like to attend all at once!**

Nov 19, Monday Dec 14, Jan 14, Wednesday Feb 10, Mar 11, Apr 15, May 13, June 10, July 8

All classes will meet via Zoom. Zoom link provided upon registration.
 


Alina Bloomgarden loves bridging astrology with Jewish learning. Her intention is to share astrological tools as a way to deepen and enrich our self knowledge and spiritual journey. Including the astrological chart of each participant, the day, time and place of birth, and the position of the new Moon each month are seen as tools in mathematical harmony with our life path. She has studied, practiced and taught astrology for more than 40 years while her career was in the arts. She was a founding producer of Jazz at Lincoln Center and, inspired by the can-do energy at Romemu, launched ”Music on the Inside, Inc.” to bring harmony and hope into the criminal justice system.




Caren Fried has been practicing Mussar for the past 10 years as a student of Alan Morinis.  She has experience facilitating Rosh Hodesh groups and is a committed student of Torah and Kabbalah.  Caren is a clinical social worker, community builder and advocate.  She has a blog called “Notes From An Optimist,”  highlighting people and organizations working on current social problems globally and locally.  Caren is a founding member of Romemu and has served as Board Chair. 
 

Security Note: to be admitted to our Zoom room, you must register with the name or phone number displayed on your Zoom account.


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Mon, January 25 2021 12 Shevat 5781