Presentation on theme: "Unit One: Distinguishing Shalom from Esuba. A Hebrew word that is often translated as “peace” A quality of the relationships we have within ourselves."— Presentation transcript:
Unit One: Distinguishing Shalom from Esuba
A Hebrew word that is often translated as “peace” A quality of the relationships we have within ourselves and with others characterized by: Harmony Satisfaction Completeness Adequacy Fulfillment Calm
A word coined by this program to describe the opposite of shalom A quality of the relationships we have within ourselves and with others that is characterized by; Discord Hurt A sense that something is missing A sense of not being “enough” or being inadequate Tension Chaos
Shalom is a naturally occurring phenomenon that arises when esuba is addressed and resolved. There are specific and practical techniques for addressing esuba that allow it to resolve and relax. This program teaches a set of skills for resolving esuba and allowing shalom to arise. They include: Noticing when esuba is arising Knowing where it is coming from Knowing what is needed as it arises Knowing how we can change ourselves to address and resolve it.