Discover the deep root medicine in Kabbalah mysticism and experience a powerful guided practice to align your energy with its divine healing powers and the Holy Blessed Oneness.
Are you fascinated by mysticism, and the revelations and healing we can receive from its unseen origins?
We can help ourselves, our family, and the world by looking to these ancient traditions to aid us in adopting the sacred task of transforming what we have inherited from our ancestors...
... the intergenerational wounds that show up in our lifetime as addiction, depression, illness, victimhood, or apathy.
With the right guidance and intention, we can consciously and compassionately start to untie the knots of intergenerational trauma, shaking loose old stories and creating new narratives with fresh eyes.
In this special hour with Jungian psychotherapist and author Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, you’ll discover how the deep root medicine found in Kabbalah mysticism can be a powerful means for helping uncover and heal ancestral wounds.
You’ll learn how these ancient wisdom teachings — universal and accessible to all — can help you approach ancestral healing for your family bloodline as an insightful mystic, opening you to divine wisdom and revealing your soul’s sacred task.
From beneath the surface of your past, you’ll find you can uncover potent untapped resources for peace, healing, vitality, understanding your life purpose, and helping your soul evolve.
In this life-enriching hour with Tirzah, you’ll:
- Discover the ancient teachings of Kabbalah mysticism as root medicine for healing ancestral trauma and making sense of your life’s purpose and soul’s evolution
- Understand how to become the mystic of your family bloodline to help heal personal, family, and ancestral wounds
- Learn how you can live your life now to become a well and wise ancestor later
- Discover how the way you transition from this life plays an important part in the type of ancestor you will become
- Experience a powerful guided practice to open to the wisdom of the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life and align your energy with the divine powers of Holy Blessed Oneness for guidance and healing
Join this warm, wise, and beloved Shift Network ancestral healing scholar to begin the ancestral healing that can give you clarity, courage, compassion, and access to your soul’s divine wisdom...
You’ll also learn about a brand-new 7-week online program with Tirzah, where you’ll be immersed in the rich teachings of the Kabbalah to connect deeply to your soul Self and adopt the role of mystic in your bloodline... for personal, family, and ancestral healing.
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Join this FREE video event with Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone to discover the deep root medicine in Kabbalah mysticism and experience a powerful guided practice to align your energy with its divine healing powers.
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What People Are Saying About Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone...
“... uncover suffering and use it to help others ― the final stage of healing.”
Wounds into Wisdom is for anyone who has suffered trauma, either directly or in a family whose generational trauma is buried. It helps readers uncover suffering and use it to help others ― the final stage of healing.
― Gloria Steinem
“... an opportunity for particular reconciliation and universal healing.”
With tender compassion and luminous insight, Rabbi Tirzah unwraps the hidden layers of stories, wounds, and wisdom that characterize the global Jewish community. She deftly lifts the complex history of modern Judaism to the light, offering an opportunity for particular reconciliation and universal healing.
― Mirabai Starr, author of God of Love: A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity & Islam and Caravan of No Despair: A Memoir of Loss & Transformation
“... profound help to anyone seeking to navigate the path to healing from trauma...”
Rabbi and psychotherapist Tirzah Firestone... offers us the wisdom of a compassionate therapist whose understanding is broad and deep. But she also offers us the spiritual perspective of a rabbi who has found her way to the deeper currents of Jewish understanding... [Wounds into Wisdom] is powerful in itself but it is also empowering — we can feel how the author has herself lived through trauma, and has even found her way to become a great healer and teacher. I believe [the book] would be of profound help to anyone seeking to navigate the path to healing from trauma — which I believe in some ways, is all of us.
— Rodger Kamenetz, author of The History of Last Night’s Dream and The Jew in the Lotus
"... offers hope to those whose lives have been shattered by trauma.”
Tirzah Firestone’s Wounds into Wisdom offers hope to those whose lives have been shattered by trauma. The question at the heart of this book is this: Can you emerge from tragedy wiser and more free? Her answer, eloquently stated and illustrated by powerful stories and profound insight, is, “Yes, you can.” If tragedy haunts your life or the lives of those you love — read this book; it has the potential to change everything.
― Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author of Minyan: Ten Principles for Living a Life of Integrity and Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent
“... compels one to positive action.”
Brilliant, beautiful, and compels one to positive action. The people interviewed are so real and lovable... [Firestone’s] writing opens one’s heart to healing and hope. This is a book I will read again for inspiration and specific principles to live a joyful, liberated life.
— Dr. Anita Sanchez, author of The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times
About Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone is an author, psychotherapist, leader in the international Jewish Renewal Movement, and a renowned Jewish scholar and teacher. Widely known for her groundbreaking work on Kabbalah, depth psychology, and the reintegration of the feminine wisdom tradition within Judaism, Rabbi Tirzah lectures and teaches nationally about spiritual and ancient wisdom practices that are honed to assist us at this critical time in world history.
Her latest work, combining research in depth psychology, neuroscience, and the field of collective traumatology, is highlighted in the book, Wounds into Wisdom: Healing intergenerational Jewish Trauma, the recipient of the 2020 Nautilus Book Award Gold in Psychology and the Jewish Women’s Caucus of the Association for Women in Psychology 2020 book award. In this masterful work, Tirzah shares the remarkable life stories of people around the world who have healed from profound tragedy and trauma. The book provides directives for the transformation of all of our injuries — both personal and inherited — into moral wisdom, courage, and compassion.
Reb Tirzah has been teaching ancestral healing practices in communities around the country, from San Quentin to our nation’s capital. She also maintains a private practice at her home office in Boulder, Colorado.