Or Emet, the Minnesota Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, continues its 2021 programming on Friday, Nov. 5, with a Humanistic Sabbath service, followed by a program on Tibetan medicine and wellbeing. The service, led by Eva Cohen, Or Emet’s ritual leader and a Humanistic rabbi-in-training, will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Sabes Jewish Community Center, 4330 South Cedar Lake Rd., St. Louis Park.

Dr. Miriam Cameron

Dr. Miriam Cameron

Following the service, Miriam Cameron, Ph.D., M.A., M.S., RN, an expert in Tibetan medicine, yoga and nursing, will present “Tibetan Medicine and You: A Path to Wellbeing, Better Health, and Joy.” A member of the graduate faculty and a faculty lead at the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing at the University of Minnesota, Cameron will explain the healing power of Tibetan medicine and describe how to use it for self-care and integrative care.

Dr. Cameron, who created the Bakken Center’s Yoga and Tibetan Medicine Program, has done scholarly work on Tibetan medicine, yoga, nursing, and bioethics for 30 years. She is the author of dozens of scholarly works and four books. After her presentation, she will sign and sell (at cost) her latest book, “Tibetan Medicine and You: A Path to Wellbeing, Better Health, and Joy.”

Please note: All attendees must wear a mask and will be asked for proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID test. Please bring written verification with you. Plans are subject to change based on CDC and state guidelines. Those who cannot attend in person may join over Zoom. Please register in advance. (The slides from the Nov. 5 presentation can be accessed here.)

Or Emet is a secular congregation celebrating and honoring Jewish culture, history, and values from a humanistic, inclusive perspective. For more information about Or Emet, email welcome@oremet.org or visit oremet.org

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