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Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb

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How to Turn Hurt into Happiness
We may be entitled to our anger, but do we really want it? Practical advice for getting out of the resentment rut.
A Practical Workshop
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb discusses her background as a meditator, and how she sought an authentic contemplative tradition within Judaism. The session concludes with a practice meditation.
How to Know You're Headed in the Right Direction
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb shares the story of her personal spiritual journey and speaks about how we can know when we've found what we're really looking for.
A Practical Guide
How do we learn to cultivate a "peaceful spirit" so that we may remain tranquil in the face of stress? A practical look at the great spiritual virtue of being calm.
Filling in emotional energy leaks
Today more than ever, there are “emotional energy leaks” vying for our attention and time, that damage the special bond we are supposed to have with our mate. How can spouses make sure they are cherishing each other properly?
It can be sobering to periodically take stock of my goals and see how much I have actually done. While such self-appraisal is a noble and effective aspect of any plan, unfortunately, it can also easily lead to regrets and recriminations, which in turn can...
The art of living consciously
Most of us agree that a person is responsible for his actions and words. But do we have control over our thoughts? Learn to choose your thoughts like you choose a tomato.
A Supercharged Opportunity for Personal Growth
Can two women love the same man and live in peace? If the MIL/DIL relationship could work with a minimum of hang-ups and negativity, these two lucky ladies would have worlds to offer each other...
Thirteen Strategies for Serenity in a Maddening World
These thirteen suggestions are among those introductory practices the authors have found to be most meaningful and helpful, gleaned from the study of chassidic philosophy, and based on nearly four decades of experience in Jewish education, clinical health...
Though this brief article cannot do justice to the wide variety of methods for cultivating mindfulness, I’ll offer here a taste of one particularly Jewish approach to meditation that is very accessible, yet mostly overlooked...
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