The Path of Blessing: Experiencing the Energy and Abundance of the Divine

The Path of Blessing: Experiencing the Energy and Abundance of the Divine

by Marcia Prager

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ISBN-13: 9781580231480
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 06/01/2003
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 1,150,681
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Rabbi Marcia Prager is a teacher, storyteller, artist and therapist living and working in the Mt. Airy community of Philadelphia. A graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, she also holds the personal smicha (rabbinic ordination) of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, the visionary leader of the Jewish Renewal Movement, with whom she has continued to work closely. She is author of The Path of Blessing: Experiencing the Energy and Abundance of the Divine.

She and her husband, Hazzan Jack Kessler, a traditionally trained cantor and director of two Jewish music ensembles, often lead retreats and workshops together.

Rabbi Marcia Prager is available to speak on the following topics:

  • Jewish Mysticism
  • Jewish Spirituality
  • Making Jewish Prayer Come Alive!
  • Brachot: The Path of Blessing

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The Path of Blessing: Experiencing the Energy and Abundance of the Divine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nkaidesh et shimcha baolam cashen shimakdishim oto bishmei marom cacatuv al yad nviecha vekara zeh el zeh vaamar. Kadosh kadosh kadosh.adonai tzvarot.melo chol haaretz kvodo
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book through once a few years ago, and still refer to it regularly for snippets and as a reference book. I also use it to enhance and expand my daily meditation (which started as a mindfulness practice, but is now much influenced by Kabbalah and this book). It has brought me back to saying a barucha (blessing) over my meals and spontaneously at other times of the day. Why? Because the core messages of this book changes that experience into one of expanded consciousness. The author uses mostly the first six Hebew words of the traditional start to a Jewish blessing, goes into the construction and translation of these Hebrew words in a way that makes wiser the way you read Torah (scripture), and makes the invocation of a blessing into a passage into a mystical space of receiving.