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Less Stuff, More Ease: Decluttering Through the Jewish Calendar

Led by Gari Julius Weilbacher

Thursdays, 7:00–8:00pm Eastern

$54 per season (3 months); $195 for the full year (10% discount)

All sessions will be recorded and available to participants. You may join the session live or watch recordings at your own convenience.

When we clear out our physical space we make room for connection: with ourselves, with the Divine and with others. If you can’t find your keys to get out the door to fix this broken world, we all miss out. When you are free to bring your best self, your passion and your Torah to the world, we all benefit. This course will support you in the process of moving things out of, and energy into your home. Monthly webinars will provide relevant teachings to get you started and keep you flowing. For example, September sets the stage for a new year and new beginnings; in December we’ll rededicate space; and in April we’ll liberate ourselves from clutter. Give yourself the power of a full year to create lasting change in your home. When you do, you will make more space to let your true self shine. 

Fall  2019: Sept. 12, Oct. 10, Nov. 14 

Winter 2020: Dec. 12, Jan 9, Feb 13 

Spring 2020: March 12, April 2, May 14  

Summer 2020: June 11, July 9, Aug 13 

Combining compassion with a commitment to re-use, Clutter Coach Gari Julius Weilbacher understands how hard this work can be and is right by your side offering tips for getting started and systems to maintain your hard work. Her book, DeClutter2DeLight: Compassionate and Green Clutter Control, was named one of 19 books to help you keep your New Year’s Resolution and her workshops often are standing room only. She loves this work and approaches it with focus and understanding, always taking time for a good, hydrating l’chaim when pushing through a sticking point.  

 

 

To view our full list of online learning opportunities visit: www.ritualwell.org/learn.