Have you ever stood naked before the wildness of existence, or had certainty stripped from you, and everything you knew turned to ash by the fires of living? If you have, you may not have realized this as a gift of grace liberating you from the false sureties and securities that offer us safety at the cost of our souls. Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent invites this liberation. Drawing on Perennial Wisdom, a universal set of insights shared by mystics across all times and cultures, Rabbi Rami facilitates a deep exploration of the core questions at the heart of every quest for meaning: Who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going? How shall I live? and Why? Blending study, dialogue, and silence, and based on Rami’s book of the same name, Perennial Wisdom is for boundary crossers — the spiritually independent person who refuse to be labeled and conditioned by past and patriarchy, who dares to live without certainty, and question without clinging to answers.
Recommended reading: Shapiro, Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent, Divine Feminine, and Ecclesiastes Annotated & Explained.