Shevet (meaning "sit") is an organization devoted to the promotion of Jewish meditation in Israel and abroad. Shevet's primary goal is to bring Jews from all backgrounds together in an experience and environment they can share. As a common spiritual language, Jewish meditation, as presented here, has no motive other than that of cultivating the awareness of oneself and reality as holy. This expanding awareness becomes the bridge Jews create among and within themselves in order to cultivate a better world. Shevet's vision is that meditation is necessarily an applied practice, flowing out from formal sessions to more compassionate action.
Tekiah is a teaching center dedicated to the awakening of a spiritually conscious Judaism. Classes are designed to facilitate personal growth for modern, liberal Jews through the spiritual and mystical ideals of Judaism.
Isralight runs 10 days and three week seminars for men and
women who are interested in exploring their Judaism in a non-
coercive, stimulating and soulful environment. We explore the
transformational wisdom of the Bible, Talmud and Kabbalah.
The website of the Jerusalem Museum of Psalms. The Museum of Psalms is located in the Rav Kook house, and features the work of Moshe Tzvi Berger - beautiful paintings of the Psalms based on meditation and Kabbalah. The website features 18 of the most popular paintings.