Praying Together in Jerusalem

Prayer and Listening to the 'More': How to open our attention to the possible

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Continuing our exploration of the Art of Prayer, teachers from four religions will share their wisdom on Prayer as a vehicle to change the way we see the world.

Teachers from Judaism, Christianity and Hinduism will share their wisdom on Prayer and Divine inspiration.

We will be meeting on Zoom and in-person at St Andrew's Scottish Church, Jerusalem.

Thursday, July 7 at 6:00 pm Jerusalem time

Dana Ganihar (Jewish, Israel)
Dana Ganihar, M.Sc. is a teacher and researcher certified as a Focusing Coordinator by the international focusing institute in New York. Over the last couple decades she has led numerous workshops and seminars exploring the work of psychologist and philosopher Eugene Gendlin: IBF – Instancing Based Focusing, PoI – Philosophy of the Implicit, and TAE – Thinking At the Edge.
Dana has initiated cooperative research exploring the potential impact of Focusing practices on diverse fields such as biology, architecture, creative writing and religion.

Swamini Adityananda Saraswati (Hindu, India)
Swamini is the Associate Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute. Having served humanitarian and interfaith causes for over 20 years, Swamini has worked from the ground level to the United Nations and World Bank levels towards addressing climate change, hunger, thirst, violence, AIDS, war and other concerns within nations including India, the United States, Tanzania, Uganda, and more. She is a Hindu monastic of the Saraswati order.