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The importance of meditation with Shimona Tzukernik

October 7, 2015

Shimona Tzukernik, one of the foremost female authorities on Kabbalah, as it applies to daily life joins eHealth Radio joins the Health and Personal Development Channels to discuss the importance of meditation. For over twenty years Shimona has shared her wisdom on a range of topics with tens of thousands of people across the globe.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Shimona Tzukernik discuss the following:

  • What is meditation?
  • How does Kabbalistic meditation differ from other forms?
  • So really, why meditate? Can mediation improve ones health, help you sleep better? And is there a bigger purpose to doing so?
  • For our listeners considering meditation, what do you advise? Are there appropriate times for meditation, places, positions and the like? Where does one start?
  • Can you give an example of one simple meditation technique?
  • What is The Method and how can our listeners sign up for your program?

Duration: 18:32

Shimona Tzukernik’s career in thought leadership began at nineteen as Director of Education for a national youth group. Trained in Fine Arts and Linguistics at the University of Witwatersrand, she went on to teach art history at Funda University in Soweto before furthering her studies in Israel and the United States. In 2006 she established OMEK, a non-profit educational center, which she continues to direct.

Shimona is considered one of the foremost female authorities on Kabbalah as it applies to daily life.  Using this knowledge she created The Method, enabling individuals and corporations to live and lead from the inside out. Having coached hundreds of individuals, she now offers certification in The Method so that others too can provide the same spiritually based transformation for their clients.

Shimona is also a freelance writer and author for the Rohr JLI, the world’s largest network of adult education. Her courses include “Wisdom from Sinai” for college students, currently taught at over 60 campuses in the United States; “Drive Through Life” – a life skills program for teens; and an upcoming course on art as a template for repairing the world.

She has spoken for the United Nations Staff Recreation Council; participated in The Conversation: Jewish in America; and has been featured in media around the world, including a documentary by National Geographic and “Take Me to Your Mother” for NickMom TV.

For over twenty years Shimona has shared her wisdom on a range of topics with tens of thousands of people across the globe. People consistently thank her for “the lecture of a lifetime.” She is renowned for her vast knowledge of Kabbalah and her remarkable ability to make it relevant to people’s every-day lives.


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