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With Author, Jungian Psychotherapist, and Founding Rabbi of Congregation Nevei Kodesh
Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
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Enlist your ancestors to help you heal your trauma — and the trauma you’ve inherited from them — and develop compassion, a sense of belonging, and energetic liberation.

Many of us carry the trauma we’ve experienced... in our bodies, hearts, minds, and spirits — even if we’re not aware of it.

Did you know that the trauma our ancestors experienced also lives on in us?

Part of the legacy of our ancestors is the wounds they endured... and because we don’t know how to process them, they get stuck within our emotional, physical, and spiritual bodies...

... and may manifest as depression, anxiety, somatic and physiological disorders, isolation, and more.

Ancestral trauma can also manifest as a disconnection from life purpose, a feeling of not belonging, and alienation from your biological family and community.

It’s time to explore how the trauma you carry with you is impacting your life.

Now’s the time to stop the intergenerational pain cycle. Now’s the time to heal your personal trauma. And, as you begin to heal, you start to create collective healing in our world.

Where do you start this profound and far-reaching process?

Your ancestors can help.

In an inspiring new online event, Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, author, Jungian psychotherapist, and founding rabbi of Congregation Nevei Kodesh, will share how to explore and harvest the rich resources of your ancestors — as you undo your family’s traumatic tangles.

She’ll take you through a potent process to connect with a spiritual ally — an ancestor — and start to open to their guidance in a sacred way.

You’ll also discover tools to help you meet your "soul chain" — a pod of souls who’ve intentionally decided to be here at this time and place to fulfill a particular purpose.

Join Tirzah for this 60-minute free online event and:

  • Discover how to identify your family’s trauma legacies — and how your own behavior, physical health, and emotional wellbeing have been affected by your own and intergenerational trauma
  • Experience in real time the enormous benefits gained from ancestral healing work
  • Begin to understand the effects of trauma, with compassion and without judgement
  • Understand that you came with your unique sacred purpose... and how to find and align with it
  • Be guided through a process to tap into the ancestral plane to call on and enlist your ancestors to help you heal your trauma — and theirs

You’ll also learn how your soul chain can support you on your healing life journey... and help you radiate that transformation out into the world.

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What People Are Saying About Tirzah Firestone...

“... helps... 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 Dreamand 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 who love ― read this book; it has the potential to change everything.
— Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Author of Minyan 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 Tirzah Firestone

Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, PhD, is an author, Jungian psychotherapist, and founding rabbi of Congregation Nevei Kodesh in Boulder, Colorado. Ordained by Rabbi Zalman Schachter Shalomi in 1992, she is a leader in the international Jewish Renewal Movement and a renowned Jewish scholar and teacher.

Raised in an Orthodox home in St. Louis, Missouri, Tirzah’s spiritual curiosity called her to search beyond the confines of her family’s strict Jewish upbringing. She left home to embark on a life-changing spiritual odyssey, chronicled in With Roots In Heaven: One Woman’s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faith.

Tirzah’s passion to share an inclusive and joyous Judaism, as well as her dedication to human rights, led her to serve as a leader in the international movement for Jewish Renewal.

Tirzah earned a doctorate in depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California in 2015. Her leading-edge research on the impact and healing of collective trauma draws on the fields of neuroscience, psychology, Jewish literature, and mythopoesis. And her groundbreaking work called Wounds Into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Trauma employs interviews, case studies, and her own autobiographical narratives to demonstrate how trauma residue passes from generation to generation and how it can be transformed.

Now Rabbi Emerita of her congregation, Tirzah maintains a private practice in depth psychology, and teaches nationally about modern applications of ancient wisdom and ancestral healing: how to transform patterns of suffering from our past and bring forth clarity, wisdom, and blessings for ourselves and those who come after us.

Tirzah lives in the foothills of Colorado with her husband David. Their grown children live around the country.

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Join this FREE video event with Tirzah Firestone and enlist your ancestors to help you heal your trauma, and develop compassion, a sense of belonging, and energetic liberation.

Free Video Event

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