Join us as we delve into the inner dimensions of the mikvah process and understand how the physical process that a woman undergoes represents a psychological, spiritual and emotional journey that all of the Jewish people are on.
Sara Esther Crispe, a writer, inspirational speaker and mother of four, is the Director of Communications for the Chabad on Campus International Foundation. Prior to that she was the editor of TheJewishWoman.org and wrote the popular weekly blog, Musing for Meaning. To book Sara Esther for a speaking engagement, please click here
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June 29, 2012
Thank you so much for a wonderful class I tried to download the source sheet but for some reason could not can u emali it to me? thanks
Anonymous Grand Rapids , MI
October 3, 2011
Thank you very much for this information which helps us to know more about other religions.It is indeed a pleasure.
Anonymous Gaborone, Botswana
April 15, 2011
Hi. Thanks so much for this in depth explanation of what is embedded in the thoughts and spiritual level of Mikva. I am a baby in my learning curve re-exposing myself to my birth religion; Judaism. I have been learning and praying at the new JLI Chabad Lubavitch centre in Winnipeg Canada. Good Shabbos as Pesach to you and your loved ones and to all. Chaim Peikoff
October 20, 2009
thank you so much that was gr8 and clear
shame is not written out!! would love to be able to print it out and reread sometimes
May 17, 2009
Immersion of Mind, Body and Soul
We live so far away from any available classes and yet our kind Rebbetzin Sarah teaches myself and my older daughter many necessary ways of daily living . Thank you for your audio class on Mikveh, we are converts in a place where there is very little jewish education available.We thank Hashem for the internet and for learned teachers like our wise and kind Rebbetzin and for you who bring to us knowledge of things so kedushah (holy), not only the importance of knowing but of the doing....