With Jungian Psychotherapist & Award-Winning Author
Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone

A 7-Module On-Demand Video Training

 
 

Immerse yourself in the ancient teachings and powerful practices of two ancestral traditions — Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism — to walk a sacred, empowered path dedicated to self-transformation and the illumination of others.

 

Are you ready to heal old wounds and break through the obstacles that are impeding you from living as the wise and sacred being you innately are?

Do you have a yearning to go further on your spiritual path… to tip the scales for the good of our planet, and help light the way for others?

Now, as the world grows more turbulent than ever and the need for healing and compassion is exponentially increasing, this is the moment to embark on the path of the holy being — to purify your heart and sharpen your natural aptitude as a healer and an agent of blessing and compassion

Join Jungian psychotherapist, renowned ancestral healer, and award-winning author Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone on an immersive, experiential, and joyous 7-module journey to excavate the ancient, timeless teachings of two vastly different, yet overlapping traditions — Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism.

You’ll learn how to apply ancient wisdom from these traditions to your everyday life. Not only can this benefit you personally, you can also draw on the principles to become a more holy being who can help create a better world for all​

Much of the material Rabbi Tirzah will share in this dynamic course was born thousands of years ago. It was traditionally available only to men and the very elite. Women and men of lesser stature were forbidden to receive the revelations.

Rabbi Tirzah will offer you gems of these ancient teachings and sacred technologies — in the form of wisdom texts, meditation practices, and visualizations — rearticulated for our post-patriarchal and nonhierarchical inclinations and sensibilities.

She’ll masterfully guide you on the path to the enormity of your own radiance, fulfillment, and divine purpose as a holy person — a Tzaddik, in Judaism, a Bodhisattva, in Buddhism — a person who has achieved the highest levels of attainment according to each of these ancient lineage traditions. 

A Tzaddik is an individual who’s  given their life over to the Greater Will — someone who, with a pure heart and without self-interest, serves others as a  covert agent of blessing in the world. 

A Bodhisattva is one who’s achieved Buddhahood and has chosen to come back to Earth after life to help alleviate suffering in the world. 

We all have the capacity to be this kind of warrior, spiritually awake and richly equipped to meet life and its cascade of crises as healers in our own families and communities — and in the world. Quietly, often secretly, we can transform the environment around us, and sow seeds of goodness that continue to grow and bear fruit.

Rabbi Tirzah — widely known for her groundbreaking work in Kabbalah, depth psychology, and intergenerational trauma healing — brings scholarship, profound reverence, and a bold freshness to these two wisdom lineages.

One of the revolutionary aspects of Rabbi Tirzah’s teaching is that she interprets from these ancient traditions the texts and sacred practices that are thousands of years old and not widely known — to make them accessible and relevant for application in our modern world.  

And, as her students will tell you, she nurtures people on their path to becoming their healthiest, most robust selves so they can be powerful agents of blessings in a troubled world.

In this inspiring program, she’ll also help you cultivate personal relationships with your own wise and well ancestors and allies and receive their assistance in the form of talismans, direct blessings, and guidance for your unique path.  

You’ll explore powerful methods for connecting with your higher self and building the foundation you need to cultivate clarity and deepened awareness to become a conduit for hope, healing, and service in the world.

Lighting the Way in a World Submerged in Shadow

We all carry the potential to become holy and wholly realized individuals. That possibility lives within YOU. This course will help you cultivate your own Tzaddik and Bodhisattva potential and accelerate your innate spiritual birthright: a life dedicated to love, service, and illumination.

You’ll peer into your own shadow, that of your family’s, and the intergenerational trauma residues… and experience techniques to transmute their impact.

And, as you grow to understand the power of darkness and cultivate your own spiritual protections to deflect negative projections, you’ll be better equipped to extend kindness and compassion to others — which is the essence of healing

Both Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism offer profound insights on how to reorient your life to live in sacred purpose, and continuously show up for yourself and others as the light-filled and compassionate soul you are.

You’ll step into a luminous journey to seed yourself, your family, your community, and the world around you with hope and goodness.

And, together with your co-participants, you’ll form a global community of Tzaddikim (plural of Tzaddik) and Bodhisattvas in training, with an embodied sense of the wisdom within each of you — warriors blazing through the fire of a crumbling world to address the urgency of now.

 
 
 

During this deeply spiritual and highly experiential program, you’ll:

 
  • Step onto a path to seed the world with hope, goodness, and service by reconnecting to your highest self and sacred purpose through ancestral healing and ancient spiritual teachings and their experiential methodologies
  • Immerse yourself in the texts and practices of 2 ancient traditions — Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism
  • Be guided through meditations and visualizations to better equip yourself on your path of personal transformation and the illumination of others
  • Discover how ancient traditions are being reimagined for a post-patriarchal world and relevance in our times
  • Participate in rituals to open the door to the ancestral realm and call in the righteous souls in your own lineage… as well as the master souls who’ll be your allies on the journey
  • Receive tools to cultivate compassion and a loving heart
  • Explore your own shadow, our culture’s collective darkness, and intergenerational trauma residues… and experience techniques to transmute their impact
  • Learn how to protect yourself from the evil eye and hold a good eye for the world
  • Learn how to use your own spiritual protections to deflect negative projections — with amulets, talismans, God names, and more
  • Understand the importance of sacred community and soul friendships as you do the work of Tikkun Olam — repairing the world without focusing on personal fame or fortune
  • And much more
 
 

What You’ll Discover in These 7 modules

In this 7-part transformational intensive, Rabbi Tirzah will guide you through the ancient and reimagined teachings and powerful practices of two ancestral traditions to help you walk a sacred, empowered path to upliftment, joy, and service.

 

This course will feature step-by-step teachings and experiential practices with Rabbi Tirzah. Each session will build harmoniously upon the previous ones, so you’ll develop a complete holistic understanding of the practices, tools, and principles you’ll need to walk the path of two ancient traditions and help transmute the challenges of today into the solutions of tomorrow.

Module 1: Living a Sacred Life in a World in Upheaval

 

What would it look like to cultivate a life infused with the values of the Tzaddik and Bodhisattva — free from patriarchal constraints and essentialist religious norms in today’s world?

In this opening session, Rabbi Tirzah will provide an overview of the journey ahead and share about the foundational concepts you’ll be learning throughout the course. You’ll be exploring the distinct flavors of two ancient traditions — Judaism and Buddhism — and their guidance for living the most meaningful, light-filled life.

Rabbi Tirzah will share about the prototypical sacred beings in both Judaism and Buddhism, define the terms Tzaddik (from Judaism) and Bodhisattva (from Buddhism) — both in a historical context and how they look in the 21st century — and relay stories about each.

You’ll look at what these archetypes mean in their respective traditions and how we can transvalue their relevance for today, in this era of upheaval and uncertainty.

You’ll explore why the vast majority of Western Buddhists are Jewish (referring to themselves as Ju-Bu), and what it indicates as a cultural phenomenon.

And, Rabbi Tirzah will begin to juxtapose ancient texts — hundreds, even thousands of years old — from each tradition, and guide you in their rich, sacred practices and rituals.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Participate in a guided ritual to open the door to the ancestral realm and call in the righteous souls in your own lineage… as well as the master souls who’ll be your allies on the journey
  • Connect with this league of souls and ask to be initiated
  • Hear the Parable of the Hidden Lake as a metaphor for our hidden wholeness, and be guided in the Being the Hidden Emerald Lake meditation
  • Embark on 2 similar sitting practices — the Jewish Yishuv HaDa’at and the Buddhist Taming the Mindto help you reboot when you’re thrown off your path
  • Explore the Kabbalistic goal of Becoming a Dirah Batachtonimcreating a life for the Divine to live within and through you
  • Look at 2 ancient texts, one from the Torah and one from Tibetan Buddhism, to discuss the meaning of “leaving home” as a spiritual metaphor
 

Module 2: Constellating Forces of Darkness on the Path of Light

 

As soon as we embark on the path of evolution and commit to the light within and beyond us, the force of darkness often lets loose.

The Hasidic term tzinor refers to an agent of blessings to those in need (or, In Buddhist terms, one who “drives away the sorrows of the world”). When we become this conduit, we naturally constellate equal and opposite forces of darkness, and therefore need protection and a strong container.

Why does light have the tendency to illuminate shadows?

In this module, you’ll explore what pioneering psychiatrist Carl Jung termed the shadow and what Native Americans call wetiko, by first asking yourself what your own shadow is… and Rabbi Tirzah will share why the shadow is often difficult to see.

She’ll guide you in a ritual to invoke your own ancestors to uncover what trauma residue, shame, or cynicism may have occurred in your lineage that’s impeding you from venturing into the territory of the sacred.

You’ll call on these wise and well ancestors to help you reveal where your family traps and negative voices reside within you — and how they affect you as you embark on this holy journey — so you can start to avoid these entrapments.

Rabbi Tirzah will also define projection and scapegoating and discuss how these concepts show up in our society.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Practice 3 important tools to help you reboot when you (inevitably) fall off the path of evolution
  • Participate in a ritual into the ancestral halls to invoke your own ancestors and explore family patterns and transmissions that might impede you on the spiritual path
  • Learn about the Native American term wetiko and Carl Jung’s understanding of evil as God’s shadow side
  • Explore what Buddhism calls the 3 Traps on the Path — attachment, aversion, and indifference — in the context of trauma residues
  • Hear the story about how the Buddha dealt with evil
 

Module 3: Cultivating Protection From the Evil Eye

 

As you continue your exploration of the dance of light and darkness, Rabbi Tirzah will share why embarking on the path of the Tzaddik or Bodhisattva can be fraught with danger.

This deepening awareness requires maturity… because if we launch naively on this transformative journey, we can get bogged down by obstacles — both inner and outer.

In this module, you’ll dive into a depth-psychology orientation of the phenomenon referred to in many cultures and religious traditions around the world — the need for protection against what is called the evil eye.

Rabbi Tirzah will relay teachings about the evil eye from around the world, and the meaning of cultural talismans such as rosaries, amulets, hamsa, yantras, and other protective artifacts… as well as the purpose of invoking angels and other iconic protectors from the Jewish and Buddhist traditions.

You’ll also learn how our negative thoughts and emotions — including envy, jealousy, unprocessed anger, and judgment — negatively affect others. And you’ll explore the remarkable power of blessing, extending good thoughts, and giving the benefit of the doubt to others.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Be guided in a practice for holding a good eye for the world — opening it like an aperture of the heart
  • Examine whether curses and spells are real
  • Participate in a meditation that takes you into your own good eye
  • Learn how the Tzaddik extends the benefit of the doubt before judging
  • Practice a Metta meditation (in Hebrew, Chesed)... first for self-blessing and self-protection, then for your family members — whether they’re beloved, troublesome, or both
  • Discover how to use your own spiritual protections to deflect negative projections — using amulets, talismans, God names, and more
  • Explore the Hasidic teaching of the innermost point of goodness in each human being (and how sometimes it may be eclipsed)
 

Module 4: Dissolving Into Nothingness to Become Everything

 

In this module, you’ll dive into the mystical teachings of Ayin — the Hebrew term for divine nothingness or ego dissolution — and compare it to the Buddhist term for emptiness, Sunyata.

Rabbi Tirzah will share stories about the Tzaddik who leaves fame and stature behind and takes to the road as a beggar… and how Sensei Bernie Glassman devised his Street Retreat for modern seekers to empathize with being homeless. This is the difficult art of becoming nothing/no one.

You’ll review your spiritual autobiography with an eye on Ayin to chart how these void or fallow seasons of your life are actually times of gestation — preparing you to bring forth something beyond your ego’s knowing or allowing. You’ll learn how these “mini-deaths” are essential to becoming an egoless agent of blessing.

Rabbi Tirzah will walk you through some Jewish texts about projection and learning to correct people in our lives with kindness, once we’ve done our own work. You’ll begin the work of cultivating compassion for the most troublesome people in your life — family members.

And, she’ll guide you in a ritual to call on the help of your wise and well ancestors and allies, to work with members of your family of origin.

You’ll glean an overview of your bloodline to understand both its beauties and banes, and you’ll inhabit the energy field of each member — whether beloved, troublesome, or both — to feel each ancestor from the inside, experience empathy in a new way, and extend blessings and compassion.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Participate in a guided ritual to engage with the members of your family of origin
  • Learn the Hebrew term Mochin d’Gadlut and the Buddhist term big mind — both meaning expanded, transpersonal consciousness — and the Hebrew term Mochin d’Katnut, meaning small mind, personal awareness, or micro-focus
  • Explore the importance of identifying and calling on the big and small mind, and being aware when you transition between the 2 as you navigate the world
  • Chart your life map for seasons of Ayin — particularly the seasons of ego dissolution and regeneration
  • Discuss the maxim “Die before you die” and the spiritual art of dying
  • Discover ways to not “take the bait” (as Pema Chodron says) of others’ projections or judgments… plus ways to do spiritual aikido and decline negative energy in order to maintain your equilibrium
 

Module 5: Transforming Your Fear When the World Is Crumbling

 

In this module, you'll begin to “try on” the orientation of the Tzaddik, who lives in the presence of a loving God at all times… and that of the Bodhisattva, who lives in the present.

You’ll explore the nondual Jewish mystical principle Ein Od Milvado, “There is nothing but God. There is only Oneness. Love is all there is.

Rabbi Tirzah will guide you to examine our internal theology and God imagery, which is often antiquated, inherited from our elders and subliminally interiorized when we were young. From this place, you’ll confront fearYir’ah, normally translated as Fear of God.

What does fear of God mean in a new paradigm in which we decline hierarchical dualism (the concept that God is king and we are lowly subjects)? And what does it mean in a new paradigm in which our intention is to affirm our Oneness?

In this session, you’ll embark on a journey from fear… to awe… to being in the presence of the numinous, the Great Mystery of Life — and feeling empowered with courage to live in the world with a spiritual ally.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Be guided in a meditation to help you expand any outgrown theologies and antiquated God language that prevents you from moving forward on the path of the holy
  • Learn the maxim and chant Ein Od Milvado — “There is nothing but God”
  • Participate in a guided meditation in which you’ll receive a segulah (talisman) to remind you of a new face of the Divine who’ll be your spiritual ally to partner with on your journey
  • Discuss the collective movement beyond antiquated patriarchal, gendered God images that may no longer serve you
  • Discover your own resonant images and metaphors that match your current belief system
  • Understand the connection between fear and awe and practice being seen with a loving gaze
  • Hear the tale of the holy man who felt God’s eye watching
 

Module 6: Ritual Lab — Initiation Into the Tzaddik/Bodhisattva Within

 

In this unique session, you’ll give yourself over to a sacred rite of passage to become initiated into the Tzaddik and Bodhisattva potency that’s alive within you… and call it out of its dormancy.

This ritual will include a series of guided meditations, calling you into the chambers of your ancestral halls and into a passage to the Godself that’s ensconced within you.

Bring your journal to record what you receive.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Come away with blessings to go further than you’ve ever gone before on your spiritual path
  • Be initiated into new states of your own being
  • Have an unprecedented feeling of your own blossoming spiritual efficacy… and share your experience with others
  • Choose your secret practice of gifting random acts of kindness in the world
 

Module 7: Returning to the World as a Luminous Human

 

In this closing module, you’ll come together with your co-participants to empower each other for the path ahead.

You’ll first process what happened for you in the Ritual Lab from the previous module, and what you were given as your talisman.

You’ll learn what it means to be an anonymous force for good in a world that may not notice, acknowledge, or value that goodness.

You’ll discuss the importance of sacred community — having soul friends who are similarly committed to the path of light.

Rabbi Tirzah will share an ancient Jewish concept that involves living and acting for the sake of the Shechinah, the Divine Feminine Presence, who’s alive and radically present among us at all times.

Finally, you’ll receive insights about the predictable challenges on the road ahead.

In this module, you’ll:

  • Be guided on a journey to the future to see yourself living into the new aspect of yourself and being an open channel of compassion, wisdom, and goodness in the world
  • Participate in a final meditation to receive blessings and empowerment from the Chain of Souls who have initiated you
  • Learn a tool to continue to increase and cultivate your compassion
  • Consider your co-participants’ reflection of your own light, and receive affirmation for the sacred, secret practice that you’ve chosen as your anonymous gift to the world
  • Learn the history of the Tzaddik Nistar (hidden Tzaddik) who willingly gave up fame to become a beggar or storyteller and to enact miracles with their mere presence
  • Understand the importance of sacred community and soul friendships as you do the work of Tikkun Olam — repairing the world without fame or fortune
  • Hear from others in the course about who they’re modeling their lives after, and, if you’d like, share who you’re modeling yours after
 
 
 

The Walking the Path of the Holy Being Bonus Collection

In addition to Rabbi Tirzah’s transformative 7-module virtual course, you’ll receive these special bonuses to complement the course and take your understanding and practice to an even deeper level.

 

Wounds into Wisdom Excerpt
PDF Selection From Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone

Immerse yourself in the introduction to and the first chapter of Rabbi Tirzah’s powerful and transformational book Wounds into Wisdom. While the lasting effects of individual trauma are now widely recognized, Rabbi Tirzah urges us to look deeply at the consequences of extreme trauma on entire ethnic groups. Research in neuroscience and clinical psychology shows that trauma histories in those who’ve been persecuted leave imprints on the minds and bodies of future generations. This excerpt will introduce you to a roadmap for Jews — and all individuals and groups with histories of trauma — who wish to reclaim their power to change their lives.

 

Opening the Door to Ancestral Healing
Video Dialogue With Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone and Langston Kahn

Tune in to a warm and personal chat between Rabbi Tirzah and shamanic practitioner Langston Kahn — two colleagues from different wisdom traditions — as they share their philosophies and cultural perspectives on compelling topics regarding our ancestors. They discuss how ancestors who have unresolved pain or unfinished lives (and are sometimes referred to as “ghosts”) impact our lives, and how we can discern them from our wise and well ancestors. Rabbi Tirzah and Langston also reveal ways you can recruit your well ancestors to bless you here on Earth during these turbulent times.

 

The Holy Person Within: Your Tzaddik Self
Video Practice From Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone

Melt into serenity as Rabbi Tirzah guides you through a profound meditational journey to slip behind the veils of normal time-and-space consciousness. Rabbi Tirzah first takes you through an antechamber of self-purification and protection that leads into an extraordinary temple of the soul. There, you’ll visit and receive gems of wisdom from a being who, at the end of a ripe and fulfilled life, has arrived at the door of their transition from the Earth plane to their own sacred self.

 
 
 

What Graduates of Rabbi Tirzah’s Courses Are Saying...

 
“Since taking this course, I feel a connection to my ancestors that I didn't have before, and I’m aware of signs and guidance from my elders.”

Since taking this course, I feel a connection to my ancestors that I didn't have before, and I’m aware of signs and guidance from my elders. It’s wonderful. Little things keep popping up that make their presence real for me. Pretty awesome!!!!
— Angela Gallagher, Buellton, California

“This course helped me connect to my spiritual roots, and I felt this internally and authentically.”

This course helped me connect to my spiritual roots, and I felt this internally and authentically. It assisted me to be with my mum before she died. Our relationship had been difficult, but through paying attention to being present, I felt our soul essences meet. I feel the course enhanced this contact, which has stayed with me and soothes the grief I feel. Many thanks.
— Val Phillips, Bristol, England

“Rabbi Tirzah took us on an incredible journey into the mystical world of who we are as human beings and the role we play in the healing and evolution of the world.”

Rabbi Tirzah took us on an incredible journey into the mystical world of who we are as human beings and the role we play in the healing and evolution of the world. Her guided meditations and rituals were deep and allowed me to open up to new insights and healing practices. And through the entire course, she created a feeling of safety, total caring, and support for each of us on a personal level as we dealt with new challenges and triumphs.
— D'vorah, Burbank, California

“It seemed to me a sacred privilege to be able to participate in this course.”

I loved this ancestral healing journey and where I landed with it in the end. With her very particular take on Jungian and Kabbalistic wisdom, Rabbi Tirzah led us through, step by step, giving us the tools to open to and gradually heal the wounds of the patriarchy in our own personal bloodlines. It seemed to me a sacred privilege to be able to participate in this course.
— Toni, Blue Mountains, Australia

“This work speaks to my heart and soul.”

Tirzah creates and masterfully holds a sacred container woven from her deep knowledge of ancient mystic wisdom, Jungian psychology, a range of spiritual traditions, what is showing up in the world right now, and her own human experiences, all with openness, humor, reverence, and humility. The sessions are a perfect combination of teaching, experiential practice, and group interaction. This work speaks to my heart and soul.
— Lesley, Sydney, Australia

 

Here’s What You’ll Receive

 
 
 
Seven 90-Minute Class Sessions With Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
 

Experience a unique opportunity to learn from Jungian psychotherapist and author Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone from the comfort of your own home. Each class session includes a livestreaming video option and guides you to discover specific skills and abilities to walk the reimagined path of two ancestral lineage traditions… and live a sacred and empowered life dedicated to upliftment, joy, and service.

 
Seven Transcripts of Class Sessions
 

In addition to the high-quality videos and MP3 audios, you’ll also receive the entire class transcription after each session is completed. You can then review, print, and highlight the most important insights and practices you were given.

 
 
Exercises and Questions for Each Lesson
 

Between class sessions, you’ll have the option of completing related exercises, practicing new tools, and answering questions to accelerate your learning and integrate each lesson.

 
 
The Walking the Path of the Holy Being Bonus Collection
 
  • Wounds into Wisdom Excerpt
    PDF Selection From Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
  • Opening the Door to Ancestral Healing
    Video Dialogue With Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone and Langston Kahn
  • The Holy Person Within: Your Tzaddik Self
    Video Practice From Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone
 

An Unprecedented Opportunity to Join the Ancestral Wisdom for Walking the Path of the Holy Being Online Training

 

We feel honored that Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone has chosen to partner with The Shift Network to offer this exclusive online training. This is a unique opportunity to learn from a Jungian psychotherapist, author, and Jewish Renewal rabbi whose powerful insights and pioneering work are helping us heal and awaken ourselves and our world.

If you’re serious about living a sacred and empowered life dedicated to upliftment, joy, and the illumination of others to create a better world, then you owe it to yourself, your loved ones, and our society to take this one-of-a-kind training.

If you’re ready to take the next step in evolving yourself, click the register button below to reserve your space now.

 
 
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More Praise for 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.

 

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