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Join Rabbi Ami as he shares from the wellsprings of Jewish spiritual teaching and practice, and guides us on a path of healing, transformation, and awakening to experiencing the Divine.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

Join Rabbi Ami as he shares from the wellsprings of Jewish spiritual teaching and practice, and guides us on a path of healing, transformation, and awakening to experiencing the Divine.

    Hallel-Nirtzah: The Night That Shines Like Day

    Hallel-Nirtzah: The Night That Shines Like Day

    Pesach Seder Prep

    Hallel-Nirtzah: The Night That Shines Like Day

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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 9 min
    Barech: Embodying That Which We Hope For

    Barech: Embodying That Which We Hope For

    Pesach Seder Prep

    Barech: Embodying That Which We Hope For

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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 5 min
    Tzafun: Tasting the Hidden Light

    Tzafun: Tasting the Hidden Light

    Pesach Seder Prep

    Tzafun: Tasting the Hidden Light

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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 7 min
    Shulchan Orech: Being Okay

    Shulchan Orech: Being Okay

    Pesach Seder Prep

    Shulchan Orech: Being Okay


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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 3 min
    Maror-Korech: The Other Side of Bitterness

    Maror-Korech: The Other Side of Bitterness

    Pesach Seder prep 

    Maror-Korech: The Other Side of Bitterness

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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 14 min
    A Pesach Kavannah: Leaning Into Vulnerability

    A Pesach Kavannah: Leaning Into Vulnerability

    An overarching kavannah/intention for the Pesach seder - being free, making space for our pain, leaning into our weakness and redeeming it.

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    Please support Rabbi Ami and this podcast by contributing here, designating “Awakening”: https://www.paypal.me/shefapodcastnetwork 

    This podcast is supported in part from a grant from the Hadar Institute.

    Music is by Rabbi Daniel Kohn. To purchase, go to his cdbaby page.

    Audio is by David Kwan.

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

drlgn ,

Incredible podcast

Ami brings depth, brilliance and clarity to every subject he covers. Love these!!

Joshua ZT ,

R. Ami’s podcasts are amazing

R. Ami is a great teacher. His lessons/sessions touch just the right place for Jewish seekers. His ability to give over the essence of Piacesno Hasidism makes it come alive be extremely meaningful. His delivery exudes compassion and understanding. Thank you R. Ami!

portalkeeper ,

A reminder of what prayer is

In our de facto Christian culture in America, it’s easy to forget what prayer is for Jews. Implicitly and explicitly, we’re confronted so often by a mode of prayer that isn’t our own that Jewish Americans can become confused about what it means to perform the thrice-daily mitzvah of tefillah. Rabbi Ami brings deep but simple from Tanach, midrash and commentaries that describe exactly what prayer is. And it’s so simple. It’s in our very nature.

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