Yom Kippur

The Red Ribbon Exercise (for Guilt)

Intention: 
To eliminate feelings of guilt

Red Ribbon Exercise (for Guilt)

Intention: 
To eliminate feelings of guilt

The Red Ribbon Exercise*

• Close your eyes and breathe out three times slowly.

• See, sense, and feel yourself sitting on an edge of the desert with a red ribbon in your lap.  On the ribbon write all the feelings you want to be rid of including guilt. When you are finished, place the red ribbon round your neck.

• Breathe out once. Read more »

The Open Door

Intention: 
To Prepare for Yom Kippur (Jewish Day of Repentance)

During the Season of Repentance the Gates of Heaven open wide for our prayers. We do an examination of conscience  – confessing our errors, asking forgiveness of others, as well as forgiving others who have brought pain to us.  We repent – making a turn back to spirit, truth, and the path of Life.  Read more »

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