Let the joy and solemnity of being embraced by your beloved sift down through you, until gratitude and prayer well up in response.
Witness your soul bloom as your voice unties in song with others.
As your defenses and tensions melt away, enter the new year a spirit unprotected, cleansed—opened.
Celebrate the fall High Holy Days
with Rabbi Shendelman and the Chochmat HaLev extended community
Opening to the Beloved
Each year, we gather on the high holy days to pray for blessing in the coming year and to meditate on the deeds of our past. From Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur, we examine ourselves, scrutinize our role in relationships, question our participation in the community, as well as the global impact of our lives.
This year, what if we choose to grow a little differently?
What if we utilize the effort of internal inventory, to simply open to receiving the blessing that’s already all around us?
Life is here—in all its glory and challenge—waiting for us to experience it.
How much can you let in?
I Will Open To You My Beloved
Will You Open To Me