Tag Archives: healing

Wedding Heaven to Earth

by Haya Baker Winiarz Our world can be completely rejuvenated through our partnership with God. A flash preview of this occurred at the foot of Mount Sinai. The 6th day of this Hebrew calendar month of Sivan, which takes place … Continue reading

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Orientation to Text

Logotherapeutic orientation is the assumption that there is always meaning in life. Similarly in Logotherapeutic Torah Dialogue a particular orientation is taken. (As an aside, we can alternatively call it Logotherapeutic Textual Dialogue, for a wide range of texts and … Continue reading

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Psychology and religion part 2

I know I said that yesterday was my last post before I go. Well, I have a few more hours and I want to follow up my post of June 5 called Psychology and Religion with a discussion of Dr. … Continue reading

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Reaching out to Heaven

Today instead of writing I want to call your attention to a wonderful website of one of our graduates called Reaching out to Heaven. Enjoy! By the way, you will notice on the sidebar two other websites/blogs of our logotherapy … Continue reading

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Psychology and religion

An article appeared in the Israeli newspaper Mekor Rishon called “Chasidism – a New Psychology?” by Zvi Moses. His bottom line, by way of critiquing Baruch Kahane’s book שבירה ותיקון was that religion can contribute meaning to the field of … Continue reading

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I wonder

Try asking “Dear G-d, What would it be like if …he, she, they, I were healed from… (fill in the blank)?” Go on with your life in a state of playful wonderment, and watch miracles begin to unfold. You may … Continue reading

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Maturity

We want this blog to be different. Comments are not only for saying “Hey, good luck with your blog!” That’s nice too, but we invite you to share your thoughts, to become part of the ongoing discussion. I heard someone … Continue reading

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