Moving in Sync with the Universe, an interview with Rabbi Rami Shapiro.

Rabbi Rami Shapiro received rabbinical ordination from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He is author of more than thirty-six books on religion and spirituality and currently co-directs the One River Foundation. He was the founding rabbi of Temple Beth Or in Miami, Florida and senior rabbi of Metivta, a center for contemplative Judaism in Los Angeles, CA. An award-winning poet, Rabbi Rami is also a liturgist, and essayist, whose prayers are included in worship services across the denominational spectrum of American congregations and a recipient of the Huston Smith Award for Interfaith Education and Service from the Board of Directors of the Order of Universal Interfaith.

In a deep and wise conversation, Rabbi Rami talks about different moving exchanges with mystics of different religions, the meaning of friendship, the Divine Mother, and the beauty of silence. Blessed with the gift of the gab, Rabbi Rami enchantingly and brightly speaks about the meaning of swaying during prayer, the meditative-like state produced by whirling and how when we move, we vibrate with the universe. Join the author of “Judaism without tribalism”, widely known as Rabbi Rami in a powerful conversation on breaking free and awakening into aliveness.


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