Rabbi Brian on Beyond Well with Sheila Hamilton

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
Share on print
Print

Rabbi Brian on Beyond Well with Sheila Hamilton

Podcast Notes

We live in one of the most “unchurched” cities in the United States. Only 25 percent of Portland, Oregon residents claim affiliation with any kind of religion. This might be one of the reasons Rabbi Brian Zachary Mayer’s unaffiliated religiosity gatherings are becoming so popular.

This conversation hits all of the right questions during the month of religious celebrations: What is the role of religion in creating and supporting mental well-being, and what can we do as individuals to foster the values that we know make human beings feel more connected to one another?

Rabbi Brian Zachary Mayer resides in Portland. He is the founder and head of Religion-Outside-The-Box rotb.org, an internet-based, global group of thousands of digital-age seekers. If you’ve left your church for any number of reasons, but feel the desire to be among spiritual seekers, this interview is for you.
#religion #Christmas2021 #Hanukkah #spirituality #spiritualgrowth #spiritualawakening #spiritualjourney

 29,886 total views,  1 views today

Share with a Friend

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp

Also by Rabbi Brian

77% Weekly
Rabbi Brian

Attachment. Non. Merci.

Attachment. Non. Merci.   We get attached to concrete objects—dishes, cell phones, cars, houses. We get attached to ideas—roles we play and maintaining this is

Read More »
77% Weekly
Rabbi Brian

Not Happening

Today’s scheduled article — cleverly entitled, “Attachment. Non. Merci.” — starts with a story at the top of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. and then

Read More »
77% Weekly
Rabbi Brian

Seeking Forgiveness

“Estoy…um, how do you say ‘cold’?” Emmett asks. We are attempting a conversation in Spanish. “What are you trying to say?,” I inquire, as I

Read More »