Rabbi Yael Levy

Biography

Rabbi Yael Levy’s approach to Mindfulness is deeply rooted in Jewish tradition. It grows out of her deep personal commitment to spiritual practice and a passionate belief in its potential to change not only individuals but the world.

Rabbi Levy is the founder of A Way In, a Jewish Mindfulness Center based in Philadelphia, and the author of Journey through the Wilderness: A Mindfulness Approach to the Ancient Jewish Practice of Counting the Omer. She has taught taught classes in mindfulness, created contemplative services and led Mindfulness retreats in Philadelphia, Alaska and New Mexico.

A graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, she is a spiritual director to rabbinical students in both the Reconstructionist and Reform movements and in private practice.

Where to find Rabbi Yael Levy online


Books

Journey Through the Wilderness: A Mindfulness Approach to the Ancient Jewish Practice of Counting the Omer
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 11,070. Language: English. Published: February 26, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Judaism / Rituals & Practice
In "Journey Through the Wilderness," Rabbi Yael Levy gathers wisdom from Psalms and the Jewish mystical tradition into a unique mindfulness approach to the ancient Jewish practice of Counting the Omer. Using insights gained from more than a decade of her own spiritual exploration, she has created a guide for beginners and those with experience in this practice.
Chanukah Lights: Psalms for Hallel
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 1,890. Language: English. Published: December 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Holidays / Jewish
Psalms of Hallel are prayers of celebration, appreciation and awe. They give thanks for the wonders of creation, and acknowledge the beauty and the gifts of life. Rabbi Yael Levy, founder of Philadelphia's A Way In Jewish Mindfulness Center, presents a moving mindfulness translation of the six psalms, which are prayed and sung during Chanukah to call forth the light in ourselves and in each other.