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Jewish Guided Imagery – HowTo Handbook for Rabbis, Educators and Group Leaders

Practical manual with theory and technique for anyone who wants to lead a guided imagery session. Good for formal and informal Jewish education. Eighty scripts included. CD included, contains most of scripts.

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Practical manual with theory and technique for anyone who wants to lead a guided imagery session. Good for formal and informal Jewish education. Eighty scripts included. CD included, contains most of scripts.

Book Details:

Editor/Author: Dov Peretz Elkins
Publisher: Behrman House| Publication Location: Springfield NJ| Publication Year: 2010
Book Type: Loose leaf | Pages: 200 | ISBN: 978-0-86705-201

Reviews

  1. Rabbi Samuel K. Joseph

    Imagining, visualization, and meditation have been part of Jewish prayer and life for the longest time. In the Talmud we read that the early hasidim would spend an hour before prayer in order to direct their minds to God. In his book on guided imagery, Dov Peretz Elkins helps the Jewish community recapture this grand tradition and practice. This guidebook will assist all who dare experience a new way of Jewish growth and development.
    -Rabbi Samuel K. Joseph, Ph.D., Professor of Jewish Education, HUC-JIR

  2. Audrey Friedman Marcus

    Rabbi Elkins has written another creative, useful, and user-friendly book that will help teachers, groups workers and Rabbis enrich their teaching of Jewish subject matter. -Audrey Friedman Marcus, Executive Vice-President, A.R.E. Publishing, Inc.

  3. Jack Canfield

    Dov Peretz Elkins is one of the most spiritual people I know. His creative work in education and nourishing human beings is known throughout the world. He has made another useful contribution through this book. His work continues to be chicken soup for my soul. -Jack Canfield, Co-author, Chicken Soup For the Soul

  4. Dr. Mel Silberman

    What a treat! Dov Elkins has compiled a rich collection of guided imagery scripts, with invaluable suggestions for implementation.
    -Dr. Mel Silberman, Prof. of Organizational Development, Temple U. and author of Active Learning

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