Friday, 21 November 2014

Innate Health

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We are not our thoughts. We experience life through our thoughts.

Behind the Innate Health approach is the idea that all people are inherently whole. Regardless of circumstance, genetics or past experiences, all humans possess the inborn and innate capacity for mental health and well being. It is your default setting.

Rabbi Chanoch Harris, Director of the Jewish Center for Wellbeing, gave a series of 3 lectures on Innate Health on GYE's conference calls.

Talk 1 | Talk 2 | Talk 3

The theme of the series is:

Healthy, Gentle, Powerful Change

It can often look like change is beyond us. In truth, it mostly requires an openness to looking in a new direction. Join Rabbi Henry Harris for an exploration of a simple truth: that people are healthy, that despite our being prone to stumble and lose our way, we were designed - right now - to experience the Divine gifts of Emunah, humility, and acceptance – the greatest drivers of joyful freedom, well-being and growth.

Rabbi Chanoch Harris is the Director of the Jewish Center for Wellbeing. He has worked extensively with adults seeking to find freedom from unwanted behaviors and integrate life-changing wisdom. Prior to his founding the JCW, he worked for 14 years as the Educational Director of Aish HaTorah in Manhattan.

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