Shechinah, Bring Me Home!

Shechinah, Bring Me Home!

Kabbalah and the Omer in Real Life

Laura Duhan-Kaplan


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Join author Laura Duhan-Kaplan in the Kabbalah practice of Sefirat ha'Omer, a forty-nine-day program of spiritual reflection. Rabbi Laura weaves Kabbalah, philosophy, psychology, and her own experiences of love and loss into a series of daily reflections. She invites readers to explore the meaning of love, boundaries, beauty, endurance, gratitude, grounding, and presence. With a mix of stories and ideas, she helps readers find Shechinah, a divine archetypal mother, in the intimacy of ordinary life.


Laura Duhan-Kaplan:
Laura Duhan-Kaplan is Director of Inter-Religious Studies and Professor of Jewish Studies at Vancouver School of Theology. Laura is also Professor Emerita of Philosophy at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Rabbi Emerita of Or Shalom Synagogue, and a U.S. Professor of the Year. She lives in Vancouver, Canada, on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples, with her husband (and musical partner) Charles, their young adult children, and a changing array of companion animals.