A Free Video Event
With Jungian Psychotherapist & Award-Winning Author
Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone


Seed your life with new hope and goodness by releasing the traumas of your ancestors, blessing your wounds, and opening a sacred path forward even in the midst of chaotic times.


If you were able to activate a deeper potential to serve as a spreader of light and blessings, would that feel deeply satisfying to you?

The ancient ideals of the Bodhisattva in Buddhism and the Tzaddik in Judaism speak to our potential to be healers of the darkness in the world.

And now these ancient ideals are receiving validation from modern neuroscience. The key lies in a curious gland at the base of your brain — the pineal gland — which literally works with light and creates a whole cascade of other changes in your body that can heal and uplift your life.

In Judaism, tefillin is a practice that directly activates the energetic pathway, calling in your “holy self” into this seat of power.

In this remarkable hour with Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, one of today’s most beloved Rabbis and a teacher of ancestral healing, you’ll receive a fascinating set of insights at the interface of Jewish and Buddhist practice that connects to how we actually transmute the darkness of trauma into the light of freedom. 

Unhealed lineage traumas will block your soul expression until you see how to bless and transmute them into the holy vehicles for your liberation that they can be.

With Rabbi Tirzah, you’ll discover how specific sacred technologies from Judaism and Buddhism can help illuminate your path to becoming an agent of blessing in the world. 

She’ll also guide you through an embodied spiritual practice derived from an ancient Jewish ritual to help stimulate and regulate your brain and nervous system — and reconnect you to your innate goodness.

You’ll explore how to reweave the connection with your higher self — to cultivate clarity and deepened awareness… and become a conduit for hope and healing.

You’ll discover how specific insights from these ancient traditions can also help you guide others to navigate uncertainty and change.

In Judaism, it is said that the world cannot exist without 36 hidden tzaddikim, or righteous spiritual people who are devoted to serving others. In Buddhism, it is the bodhisattva who, in returning to Earth time and again as a fully evolved being, transmutes suffering through the understanding that we are all connected and that our liberation and blessings must be shared with all.

Both paths offer profound insights on how to transmute the suffering intrinsic in life, reorient your focus towards the good, align with your sacred purpose, and show up for yourself and others as the compassionate soul you are.

Join Rabbi Tirzah for this hour-long event on reweaving the threads of your soul with these ancient spiritual teachings and practices…

… and take a deeper step on your journey to seed your family, your community, and even the world with hope and goodness.


In this illuminating online event, you’ll discover:

  • An embodied spiritual practice derived from an ancient Jewish ritual to help stimulate and regulate your brain and nervous system — and reconnect you to your innate goodness
  • That old wounds can be positively repurposed and used to break through obstacles on the path to living a sacred, light-filled life and building yourself anew
  • How ancient traditions are being renewed for a post-patriarchal world and relevance for our times
  • The power that ancient sacred technologies still have to positively transform your life and the lives of others
  • Why so many sacred teachers are weaving ancient teachings of Judaism and Buddhism together for personal and collective healing

In joining this FREE life-enriching event with beloved psychotherapist Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, you’ll also be among the first to learn of her new course on how to become an agent of blessing in the world by harnessing the light and love of ancient spiritual teachings and their sacred technologies.

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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, writer, lecturer, political activist, and feminist organizer

“... 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 & Islamand 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. 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.
— 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 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, and a renowned Jewish scholar and teacher. Widely known for her groundbreaking work on Kabbalah, depth psychology, intergenerational trauma healing, and the re-integration of the feminine wisdom tradition within Judaism, Rabbi Tirzah lectures and teaches globally about spiritual and ancient wisdom practices that are honed to assist us at this critical time in world history.

Rabbi Tirzah’s publications include With Roots in Heaven: One Woman’s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faith and The Receiving: Reclaiming Jewish Women’s Wisdom.

Her latest work, combining research on depth psychology, neuroscience, and the field of collective traumatology, is highlighted in the award-winning book Wounds Into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma. In it, she 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.