A free gathering for all who desire to sing or listen to traditional and contemporary heart-centered and ecstatic music set to the ancient language of Hebrew. In addition to Niggunim (wordless songs), other song forms include chant, Kirtan, unison singing, and harmonizing tunes. Daniel Lev, the Hebrew Heartsong host – will provide songbooks and other guidance during the singing sessions. He will also share a couple of traditional wisdom tales. Occasional brief teachings on Jewish mystical ideas that enhance the singing will be offered. Although the intention of the singing is to create an environment where you can connect to your spiritual center, no religious preaching will occur. The music will lead us to the places we want to go. You don’t need to be Jewish to join us - all who wish to sing and sit in brief periods of meditation are welcome to come. Although you will be invited to engage in Jewish meditation practices, these will be minimally guided to allow you to engage in your own practice (or no practice). You won’t need to know Hebrew before attending. Gathering will meet once a month to begin. After about 60-90-minutes session of singing, meditation and stories, we will break for snacks and informal conversation.