• Register for the High Holy Days by Sept. 23 for the $15 discount!

    This is the tenth and final year that Rabbi Ted plans on leading Holy Day Worship this way, so it is fitting that he will be joined by his original music director Stephen Merritt, as well as two soul-stirring singers with whom Rabbi Ted worked both in Los Angeles and Seattle, Marcie Howard (visiting from California) and Shari Rosner, as well as Steve Mason, whose open-hearted musical presence makes him a welcome part of our intentional spiritual community.
    Details here.
  • How High are the High Holy Days?

    Sunday, September 22, 9 & 11 AM, Center for Spiritual Living
    6318 Linden Ave N, Seattle
    Rabbi Ted shares the essential spiritual energies of the Holy Days and how they respond to the essential challenges of our incarnation. These annual Holy Days invite us to remember what we have forgotten about the very nature of our Being.

A time for renewed focus on gifts and blessings

We share many words, but the silence we share is One. Silence is the sound of Awareness before it finds an object. Silence is the stillness before any motion. Every word emerges from that silence; all that exists emerges from that stillness. In the silence there is space for listening, and in the listening is the whisper of One. In the One there is Wholeness — we realize we are already Home. In the silence, we meet the Presence yearning to be realized through us.

from Weekly Focus

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Spiritual guide, author, teacher, therapist
Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, is a Reform Rabbi with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology who has pioneered the revival of authentic Jewish spiritual traditions. Rabbi Ted founded universally-focused synagogue communities in Los Angeles and in Seattle, and now presents and writes as the rabbi of the Interfaith Amigos. He is a spiritual therapist in private practice, and a popular speaker and teacher of a universal spirituality honoring the interconnectedness of all life.

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