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LAST PUBLISHED 2 December 2022

Judaism

Mental wellbeing resources and support aligned with Jewish beliefs and practices.

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Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Judaism

בָּעֶרֶב, יָלִין בֶּכִי; לַבֹּקֶר רִנָּה

'Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning’ (Psalm 30:6)

Practising each of the five ways to wellbeing every day can have a very positive impact on your mood and wellbeing. These are also things which are encouraged in the Jewish tradition.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing & Judaism has been designed in collaboration with Jami, in consultation with Rabbi Miriam Berger and Rabbi Daniel Epstein, with the support of The London Jewish Forum, Maccabi GB and the London Borough of Barnet.

You can read the full leaflet here .

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Other resources

Good Thinking has also worked with London’s Jewish communities to create a series of videos:

Councillor Caroline Stock, Chair of the Barnet Health and Wellbeing Board and former Mayor of Barnet on the importance of looking after your mental health and wellbeing

Laurie Rackind, Chief Executive at Jami, on connecting with other people

Rabbi Daniel Epstein of Western Marble Arch Synagogue, on being physically active.

Rabbi Miriam Berger of Finchley Reform Synagogue and the Wellspring Project, on learning something new every day.

Emma Dorman, Senior Education Coordinator at Jami, on giving to others.

Philippa Carr, Education Manager at Jami , on paying attention to the present moment

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