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Tu BiShvat Meditation

January 17, 2022

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Join Rabbi Eliyahu Jian for a powerful meditation session on the sacred day of Tu Bishvat, the Jewish holiday celebrating the connection between humanity and nature. In this serene setting, Rabbi Jian leads us in a transformative meditation practice, inviting us to tap into the divine energy that flows through every breath.

As the sun sets and we gather at the burial site of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Rabbi Jian guides us to focus on our breathing, reminding us that each breath carries the divine energy from the endless source of creation. Through mindful breathing, we become attuned to the cosmic energy that sustains all life.

On Tu Bishvat, the “New Year of the Trees,” Rabbi Jian reflects on the profound symbolism of trees in Jewish tradition. Just as trees have roots, fruits, and leaves, so too do we have spiritual roots, contributions, and protective instincts. Rabbi Jian encourages us to reflect on our own lives and identify areas where we seek fulfillment and growth.

In this meditation, Rabbi Jian leads us to extend our prayers and intentions beyond ourselves, directing our energy towards others in need. By channeling the divine light towards those who require healing, love, or abundance, we cultivate a selfless spirit of compassion and generosity.

Place your left hand on your heart and your right hand on your belly, connecting deeply with the roots of your soul and the love of the Creator. As you envision the person in your life who shares your desires, feel the energy flowing between your hands, offering blessings and prayers for their well-being.

Join us in this sacred moment of reflection, prayer, and meditation as we harness the energy of Tu Bishvat to cultivate spiritual growth, compassion, and unity. May this meditation guide you towards greater fulfillment, connection, and divine grace.

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