Sinopse

Celebrating the beauty in the seemingly mundane. Discovering the extraordinary amidst the "ordinary" in the world around us. So much wonder out there! Let's get started! Reb Misha Clebaner is a passionate educator of Judaism and Spirituality.

Episódios

  • Episode 42: Fighting the Erasure of Women in Judaism w/Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll

    Episode 42: Fighting the Erasure of Women in Judaism w/Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll

    27/09/2019 Duração: 52min
  • Episode 41: Joining The Tribe w/Rabbi Adam Greenwald

    Episode 41: Joining The Tribe w/Rabbi Adam Greenwald

    20/09/2019 Duração: 39min

    In 2014, Rabbi Greenwald was named one of “America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis” by the Jewish Daily Forward. In 2016, Rabbi Greenwald received the prestigious Covenant Foundation's Pomegranate Prize. This week he joins the RHS podcast.

  • Episode 40: Life After Addiction and Recovery w/Rabbi Ilan Glazer

    Episode 40: Life After Addiction and Recovery w/Rabbi Ilan Glazer

    13/09/2019 Duração: 36min

    When it comes to addiction and recovery, Rabbi Ilan Glazer believes it is crucial to get to the core of the issue. Whether stress management, self-love, or emotional and spiritual reflection, Rabbi Ilan advocates for the good life after addiction.

  • Episode 39: It All Started in the Desert w/Rabbi Mike Comins

    Episode 39: It All Started in the Desert; w/Rabbi Mike Comins

    06/09/2019 Duração: 43min

    Feeling that his spiritual journey had stagnated in Jerusalem, Rabbi Mike Comins set out for the desert to find his voice there instead. In this episode Rabbi Mike shares about the power of doing spiritual reflection in the places of our ancestors.

  • Episode 38: Surprising Alliances in the Pursuit of Welcoming the Stranger w/Rabbi Susan Silverman

    Episode 38: Surprising Alliances in the Pursuit of Welcoming the Stranger w/Rabbi Susan Silverman

    30/08/2019 Duração: 38min

    For the asylum seekers that have arrived in South Tel Aviv fleeing forced army conscription, torture, and sexual assault in their native Sudan and Eritrea they have faced many hurdles yet also found many friends in people such as Rabbi Susan Silverman.

  • Episode 37: The Mystical Joy of Judaism and Love in Sufism w/Netanel Miles-Yépez

    Episode 37: The Mystical Joy of Judaism and Love in Sufism w/Netanel Miles-Yépez

    23/08/2019 Duração: 34min

    Netanel Miles-Yepez is a scholar of the mystical traditions of Judaism and Islam - Hasidism and Sufism, respectively. Netanel discusses the lessons that he learned from his teacher Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and how he passes these lessons on.

  • Episode 36: Hip Hop Meets Feminist Kabbalah w/Victoria Hanna

    Episode 36: Hip Hop Meets Feminist Kabbalah w/Victoria Hanna

    16/08/2019 Duração: 28min

    Victoria Hanna is a vocal artist; not a singer. You will instantly see the difference when you watch her music videos. It's not just about the melodies that make your body move, it's also about uttering words in a way that will wake up your soul.

  • Episode 35: Poetry: The Anti-Obituary w/Mark Yakich

    Episode 35: Poetry: The Anti-Obituary w/Mark Yakich

    09/08/2019 Duração: 36min

    I had always wanted to pray - to open my heart and express my thoughts and feelings out to the world - to God - in a completely honest and vulnerable way but the pressure was too great... that is, at least, until I read the writing of Professor Mark Yakich.

  • Episode 34: The Forgotten History of Cooperation and the Horrors of the Kishinev Pogrom w/Steven Zipperstein

    Episode 34: The Forgotten History of Cooperation and the Horrors of the Kishinev Pogrom w/Steven Zipperstein

    02/08/2019 Duração: 34min

    The horrifying events of the Kishinev Pogrom, which left 49 Jews killed and 600 raped or wounded, would spur to action defenders of justice with organisations such as the NAACP. Steven Zipperstein joins this latest episode to unearth the nuanced history.

  • Episode 33: A Spirit of Generosity Revolution w/Rabbi Art Green

    Episode 33: A Spirit of Generosity Revolution w/Rabbi Art Green

    26/07/2019 Duração: 38min

    Rabbi Art Green talks about what it means to create a Judaism that would have been open and inviting (without judgement) to spiritual seekers, rule breakers, and border crossers such as Abraham. We also discuss the modern addiction to success.

  • Episode 32: Islam, Feminism, and Interfaith Dialogue w/Dr. Celene Ibrahim

    Episode 32: Islam, Feminism, and Interfaith Dialogue w/Dr. Celene Ibrahim

    19/07/2019 Duração: 30min

    From the formative experiences of a diverse boarding school in New Mexico to studying Arabic in Egypt, Dr. Celene Ibrahim has been transformed by the world of interfaith conversations and the voices of women. She is now a scholar and activist for both.

  • Episode 31: A Godly Bible Filled with Errors? w/Zev Farber

    Episode 31: A Godly Bible Filled with Errors? w/Zev Farber

    12/07/2019 Duração: 35min

    A city is inhabited by the Israelites through force in one chapter but a few chapters later it says there was always coexistence. Did God make a mistake or did the human authors understand their holy cities differently? Dr. Zev Farber helps us find out.

  • Episode 30: No Bad Jews, Keeping It Real w/Rabbi Brent Chaim Spodek

    Episode 30: No Bad Jews, Keeping It Real w/Rabbi Brent Chaim Spodek

    05/07/2019 Duração: 38min

    Have you ever heard someone say "..but I'm a bad Jew" or "I'm a bad Catholic"? Who actually says that they are a good observer of their religion? Be very wary of that person. Rabbi Brent Spodek doesn't do any pretending. For him it's all about connecting.

  • Episode 29: Patience To Learn And Humility To Lead w/Dr. Erica Brown

    Episode 29: Patience To Learn And Humility To Lead w/Dr. Erica Brown

    28/06/2019 Duração: 35min

    Dr. Erica Brown, a professor, author, and leadership consultant joins me in this episode of the Raising Holy Sparks podcast to discuss the transformative power of studying ancient wisdoms and the transformation we are able to create if we think boldly.

  • Episode 28: The Messy and Beautiful Truth Behind Philanthropy w/Charlene Seidle

    Episode 28: The Messy and Beautiful Truth Behind Philanthropy w/Charlene Seidle

    21/06/2019 Duração: 28min

    In this episode we raise up hidden sparks of transformation. While most know the word "charity", we rarely think about what makes philanthropic organizations so effective. I discuss this and much more with Charlene Seidle from the Leichtag Foundation.

  • Episode 27: If I Show You The Real Me Will You Still Love Me? w/Elad Nehorai

    Episode 27: If I Show You The Real Me Will You Still Love Me? w/Elad Nehorai

    14/06/2019 Duração: 32min

    Have you ever bared your soul to someone? In this episode, I speak with Elad Nehorai, editor and founder of Neshamas - an online platform that allows people to share their experiences in the Jewish community as anonymous individuals.

  • Episode 26: Shavuot Special - The Gift of Receiving Stories w/Rav Mike Feuer

    Episode 26: Shavuot Special - The Gift of Receiving Stories w/Rav Mike Feuer

    07/06/2019 Duração: 31min

    What is your family history? The Jewish people do not do 'history' per se, in fact, there is not even a word for history in Hebrew. Instead, the question we ask is: what are your memories? In this episode, Rav Mike Feuer talks about the story of the Jews.

  • Episode 25: Finding Your Sacred Space. Thinking Outside Of The Hillel w/Rabbi Avram Mlotek

    Episode 25: Finding Your Sacred Space. Thinking Outside Of The Hillel w/Rabbi Avram Mlotek

    31/05/2019 Duração: 32min

    In Judaism, there is great importance to welcoming guests. It's around this idea of radical hospitality that Rabbi Avram Mlotek cofounded Base Hillel: intimate home settings where young adults come together to find and create their own Jewish meaning.

  • Episode 24: Refua Shlema - A Complete Healing? The Medical Marijuana Episode w/Laurel Freedman

    Episode 24: Refua Shlema - A Complete Healing? The Medical Marijuana Episode w/Laurel Freedman

    24/05/2019 Duração: 33min

    Laurel Freedman - advocate and entrepreneur in the Medical Marijuana industry joins me in this latest episode as we talk about the potential and pitfalls of cannabis. Bringing healing to body, mind and soul - is this once cultural taboo finally kosher?

  • Episode 23: Is Instagram The New Go-To Jewish Space? With @Modern_Ritual cofounders Rabbi Samantha Frank and Rena Singer

    Episode 23: Is Instagram The New Go-To Jewish Space? With @Modern_Ritual cofounders Rabbi Samantha Frank and Rena Singer

    17/05/2019 Duração: 35min

    Inspired by a conversation with a group of 7th graders scrolling through the Instagram accounts on their phones, Rabbi Samantha Frank and Rena Singer decided to bring Judaism to where the people are. As a result they have built a vibrant online community.

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