Blossoming in the Jewish tradition
"“"These meditation sessions reconcile the body and the spirit. A whole, long forgotten dimension of Judaism is being revealed again through these exercises. This initiative allows us to explore the riches our tradition and to taste a Torah of life every day. At a time where meditation is becoming more and more popular, Mira is among those who will know how to guide us with wisdom and care.” Manuel B, Paris.
“At first, I must admit, I was skeptical; but I have been taken and appeased, by these exercises of Jewish meditation. I’m in!” Yoram B., Paris.
“It’s beautiful, it gives me strength”. William, N, Lille
“The heretic Jew that I am is going to become religious”. J F, Paris
“ Thank you for this lesson of humanity and humility’. Alex M., Paris
“I had at first a suspicious opinion about jewish meditation. To me, Jewish spirituality necessarily rhymed with intellect and knowledge, and today, the word “meditation” often resonates too much with things foreign to the Jewish world. But this hasn’t always been the case! Indeed, there are many traces of meditative practices from our sages. And Mira is uncompromisingly faithful to our tradition.She uses meditation to invite us to really concentrate and reflect on one aspect or another of Jewish wisdom.The originality of her approach is to help these words vibrate and resonate in us, and to inscribe them within us on a long-term basis.This is how I understood that if the intellect is vital, it is nonetheless vital to have meaning vibrate in all of our being… if we don’t want to become dry and cut off from our very flesh and soul.The experience of Jewish meditation I had with Mira enabled me to touch upon this. Saying it is worth it is saying very little!” Joel Benhamou, Rosh Yeshiva, La Yeshiva des Etudiants, Marseille. »
“Thanks for contributing to the awakening of my soul”. Valerie B., Paris.