Torah Parasha Meditations for Spiritual Renewal and Strengthening Communication with the Creator.
Book #1: Bereishit (Genesis), Book #2: Shemot (Exodus) and Book #3: Vayikra (Leviticus)
These books are for those who desire to study Torah portions from a Jewish perspective. To date, Chana Bracha Siegelbaum has written the first three books of the Bible Torah portions (parsha/parasha), while the fourth book, Bamidbar (Numbers) Parasha is in the process of being written/published.
Books may be purchased separately @ $20 each or all 3 books may be purchased at a discount for $50.
Sale proceeds for these books go to support the school for women in Israel.
Bereishit (Genesis) – Stepping Inward Toward the Hidden Light (177 pages)
Introduction: Tuning into a Particular Parasha Point through Mindful Meditation, Sifting Through Wisdom from the East, Meditation: An Integrative Torah Practice, Breathing Torah into Our Entire Being, Turning Our Torah into Prayerful Meditations, Parasha Points Permeation, How to Use this Book, Introductory Blessing. Berieshit: Calling Out to G-d for the Hidden Light. Noach: Building Our Personal Sacred Space. Lech Lecha: Fixing the Level of Going to Our Higher Selves. Vayera: An Opening for Healing Revelation. Chayei Sarah: With HaShem in the Field. Todot: Revealing the Well of Living Water Within. Vayetze: Stepping Inward on the Ladder of Ascent. Vayishlach: Alone with Your Soul. Vayeshev: Tuning Into Dreams, Visions and Aspirations. Miketz: Igniting the Darkest Shadows of the Soul. Vayigash: Reaching the Meeting Point of Contention. Vayechi: Shema Yisrael – Unifying at the Heart.
Shemot (Exodus) – Internalizing Healing Transformations (157 pages)
Shemot: The Five-Leafed Bush of Life. Vaera: Unblocking HaShem’s Voice Within. Bo: Eradicating Our Deepest Fears. Beshalach: Holy Eating as Preparation for Receiving Torah. Yitro: The Tree of Love. Mishpatim: Transforming the Brick of Pain to Joy and Delight. Terumah: The Mishkan – A Spiritual Healing Structure. Tetzaveh: Igniting Candles of Eternity. Ki Tisa: Raising Our Desire for Life. Vayakhel: Learning to Give from Our Spirited Heart. Pekudei: Following the Cloud to Faithful Fulfillment.
Vayikra (Leviticus) – Online with Hashem (135 pages)
Vayikra: Online with HaShem. Tzav: Pleasure & Will – The Crown of the Jewish Soul. Shemini: A Vessel for the Fire of Love and Excitement. Tazria: Time Out for Self Reflection and Meditation. Metzora: From Haughtiness to Humility. Acharei Mot: Living by the Laws. Kedoshim: Reconnecting with the Soul of Souls. Parashat: Healing Emotions through Speech. Behar: Tuning into the Soul of the Land. Bechukotai: Walking Upright with HaShem in the Land.
Author: Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Each book is paperback and includes a glossary.
About the Artist & Author: Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum, a native of Denmark, is Founder and Director of Midreshet B’erot Bat Ayin: Holistic Torah for Women on the Land, emphasizing women’s spiritual empowerment through traditional Torah values.
Chana Bracha is author of Women at the Crossroads: A Woman’s Perspective on the Weekly Torah Portions; Ruth – Gleaning the Fallen Sparks; The Seven Fruits of the Land of Israel with their Mystical & Medicinal Properties (Recipes) which has won 3 awards and a children’s book, The Nameless Chicken from Judea.
Her latest books series, Parashat Meditations for Spiritual Renewal & Strengthening Communications with the Creator: Bereishit, Shemot and Vayikra are now available as of Spring 2018 with the Bamidbar to soon be published.
Chana Bracha lives with her husband and family in the land of the Judean Hills of Israel. She serves as a powerful role model for women of all ages from the four corners of the world who want to learn and live Torah.
Her unique woman’s perspective of Torah, along with her wisdom and spiritual insight, help to ignite the spark in the neshamah (soul) of each woman who seeks guidance. Chana Bracha is a gifted artist, writer, teacher and emunah healer endeavouring to fulfill the Torah commandment to “Love your fellow as yourself . . .”
She desires to impart blessing and light to women who are searching to learn Torah for spiritual healing.