Mindfulness [Paperback]

Brand: Mosaica Press
By: Jonathan Feiner, David Pelcovitz
Product ID: 9781952370816 FREE GIFTS with your order - New gifts added monthly
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"In Mindfulness: A Jewish Approach, Dr. Jonathan Feiner does a masterful job educating our minds and hearts in the understanding and practice of Jewish mindfulness. In an age of distraction and fragmentation this book uses Jewish wisdom, coupled with secular approaches in an integrated manner that serves as a roadmap to living life with greater awareness, purpose, and ability to live more fully in the present"
-David Pelcovitz, Ph.D. Straus Chair in Psychology and Education, Azrieli Graduate School, Yeshiva University

"An incisive and impressive book... the teachings of Chazal, the insights of the Baalei Mussar, the inspiration of Chassidus, and the profundities of Kabbala are deftly joined with contemporary psychology and the mindfulness literature to create a comprehensive workable framework to achieve true inner peace and harmony."
-Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Breitowitz Rav, Kehillat Ohr Somayach

"Weaving together myriad outlooks and insights, illuminating vignettes, and life lessons culled from a vast array of both Jewish and secular sources, Dr. Jonathan Feiner has succeeded beautifully in presenting the reader with a rich and enlightening tapestry on the topic of mindfulness... Interesting and informative, powerful and thought-provoking, Mindfulness: A Jewish Approach challenges us to be more acutely aware and mindful of the present moment, to ponder "the real me", and to pay far closer attention the people and events that surround us daily."
-Rabbi Eytan Feiner Rav, Congregation Kneseth Israel

Binding: Paperback
Size: 5.75 x 8.25
Language: English
Publisher: Mosaica Press
ISBN-10: 1952370817
ISBN-13: 978-1952370816

Mindfulness [Paperback]
A Jewish Approach
By: Dr. Jonathan Feiner
Foreword by: Dr. David Pelcovitz

About the Author:
Dr. Jonathan (Yoni) Feiner is the clinical director of Rockland CBT, a psychology practice group specializing in mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to his work as a clinical psychologist, he has taught courses and provided workshops on topics related to Judaism, psychology, and mindfulness in academic and community settings. Prior to receiving his Ph.D. from Hofstra University, Dr. Feiner studied in Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh and in Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS). He lives with his wife and children in New Hempstead, NY.

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