Jewish Meditation at The Western Wall

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We asked 10 strangers to give us 5 minutes of their time and experience a powerful Navya Jewish meditation to connect more deeply to the spot.

All sorts of people participated- men, women, French, British, American, Italian. And the feedback  was overwhelmingly positive. 

We filmed the experience, so you can either watch it or close your eyes and meditate right along with them – you don’t need to be at the Western Wall to experience a Western Wall meditation…

You can jump to 0:30 to skip the intro, and to 5:55 to watch people’s reactions. 

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This video was featured in The Times of Israel, you can read the full article here

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