Courageous Liberation: How to successfully stick with your New Year’s Resolutions

Courageous Liberation: How to successfully stick with your New Year’s Resolutions


Organized by

Makor Center for Spiritual Judaism
Inquiries / Information
109 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
212-682-2626 (voice) (email)

Date / Time

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM


The New Year gives us an opportunity to step into something new and courageous. How can you better anchor the positive change you want to see in your life?

All it takes are three easy steps.

Jewish tradition and the story of the Song at the Sea this time of year gives us a bold model for stepping forward and sticking to those promises you’ve made.

Nina Kaufman leads this multi-faceted and interactive workshop involving storytelling, Torah reading, and affirmative prayer.

Participants will learn the three steps to affirmative prayer – “God Is. Me Too! Let’s Co-Create” — and have an opportunity to find the language that speaks to them most. You’ll walk away with a powerful vision for yourself and the year to come.

Cathy Nolan will provide a visual feast with her real-time graphic illustrations during the workshop.

Makor: The Center for Spiritual Judaism, formerly The Society of Jewish Science / Center for Applied Judaism.

Who Should Attend

Open to the Public.

Suggested Donation: $10

RSVP to 212-682-2626 or

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109 East 39th Street
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