A new monthly class for women
Rosh Chodesh Society of the Rivertowns
Join us at one class or the whole course!
Dates listed below. Morning and evening classes are available.

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 TO BElieve OR NOT TO BElieve in YOURSELF: Achieving Self-Mastery, will introduce you to the Tanya, a 225-year-old text whose portrayal of human psychology in general, and of our inner spiritual composition in particular, remains as revolutionary—and as refreshing—as ever.

 Through this seven-part series, you will come to understand the sources of guilt, conflict, and confusion and find useful, practical strategies for developing joy, purpose, direction, and perseverance in everyday life. And as you proceed, Tanya’s comprehensive, multifaceted system of self-betterment will guide you to positive change to truly believe in yourself and in your journey toward self-mastery.

Tanya is the one-size-fits-all manual that has revolutionized the way we think about G‑d, the human soul, the world, and our place in it. We all yearn to be the best we can be and to believe in ourselves. The Kabbalah-based tools Tanya presents help us understand ourselves to regulate better how we think and feel, and ultimately emerge victorious from life’s inner struggles.

“TO Believe OR NOT TO Believe in YOURSELF grapples with the nature of perfection and questions whether perfection is even possible. It describes the process of personal change and the struggles that can complicate this process: loss of motivation, lack of progress, and reversion to old habits among them. Tanya’s comprehensive system of self-betterment is multifaceted, depicting change on the behavioral level as well as deep internal changes in attitudes and personality. 

The course will be taught once per month by Mrs. Hinda Silverman and is designed for women at all levels of Jewish knowledge.

The Rosh Chodesh Society is an international Jewish sisterhood that aims to connect, empower, and inspire Jewish women through monthly Jewish learning and cultural experiences. 

Torah learning for Women is sponsored by Marc Kaplan in memory of Marika Brown Kaplan.