Shalom and Namaste!
You are safe, loved and perfect.
Imagine a Spiritual Coach, Counselor and Guide all wrapped into one, and at your service from the comfort of your own home. I have 10 years of experience in meditation, prayer, contemplation emotional healing and personal development.
I offer clients teachings and tools that are universal, nondenominational, evidence-based and time-tested from the lived, practical experience of millions of people.
Here are some of them:
Every session includes a personalized, custom-made guided meditation recording, a written blessing, and channeled guidance. In your free consultation, you will receive all of these and we'll discuss which option below is best for you.
I am also available for motivational speaking, guided meditation and on-going support for groups, companies, organizations and congregations. Email me for details.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What's your training?
A: I've been studying and practicing mystical wisdom for over 10 years. I've read hundreds of books and devoted thousands of hours to prayer, meditation and contemplation. I created and led spiritual support groups based on the Twelve Steps and the teachings of Dr. David Hawkins. These groups met weekly or twice a week and provided an unconditionally loving and accepting environment for seekers to share their challenges along the path and be encouraged and affirmed. I've offered guided meditation seminars and workshops that helped people forgive life-long grudges and discover their own ability to listen to Divine Guidance. I'm a life coach trained by the Life Purpose Institute. I studied counseling at the Refuah Institute in Jerusalem and have a MSW from Rutgers. I've volunteered on a suicide hotline, at a local hospice and at a partial-care facility for the mentally ill. I have a master therapist and practitioner in the Bon tradition as a supervisor for my coaching work and I'm undergoing Jungian Psychoanalysis.
Q: Is this based on religion?
A: No. While all religions have similar spiritual principles at their core, there is often a lot of extraneous material and distortions. My work is nondenominational and focuses on what is central to every faith and wisdom tradition: Compassion, Forgiveness, Love, and Awareness of our Inner Divinity.
Q: But aren't you Jewish?
A: Yes. I believe in being part of a religious community, if one feels comfortable doing so. Traditional religions can provide a lot of support on the spiritual path. At the same time, my approach is based on the distilled wisdom of all religions and not any particular faith.
Q: So if I don't have a religion or am not connected to a religious community, is that a problem?
A: Not at all! The emphasis of our work is on growing as a human being, becoming more of what you're meant to be, not fitting the mold or expectations of a specific tradition or community. People who are "spiritual but not religious" or who identify primarily with being spiritual and only secondarily with their religion are ideal for this kind of growth.
Q: Do prayers really do anything?
A: The research is still open-ended about the effect of prayer on healing. Subjectively, anyone who is a parent or in love with a significant other knows that when they think about someone everyday, they have a unique relationship with that person. So too, anyone who is the child of a loving parent or is loved by someone knows how wonderful it feels to receive that attention. Although I believe in the actual power of prayer to affect life circumstances and to promote healing, abundance, growth, etc., I know that when I pray for a client regularly, it changes how I relate to the client in the coaching sessions and when providing support or blessings. It makes all of my work come from a higher, more inspired place that is difficult if not impossible to replicate.
Q: Who are some famous people who have or had spiritual counselors?
A: Here are just a few:
Q: Do I still need a psychiatrist, rabbi, etc.?
A: Working with me is not a substitute for a mental health professional or a member of the clergy who provides specific ceremonial services.
Q: What books do you recommend?
A: Here are some of my favorites: