Tashlich by the Beach with Rabbi Shefa Gold

  • Temescal Canyon Beach (Will Rogers State Beach) 15900 Pacific Coast Highway Pacific Palisades, CA

After doing our practice together all evening and all morning of Rosh Hashanah (softening our resistances, loosening our patterns, entering into expanded consciousness together through prayer, silence and Torah) we all will make a pilgrimage together to the beach. There we can open to a process of release and let the power of the ocean wash us clean. I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be able to do Tashlich, the ceremony of releasing unhealthy patterns, (worries, fears and regrets) with the Pacific Ocean as our ally!
 
Our Tashlich process will consist of practices that will help us to surrender, get in touch with our yearning to know the essence, open us to the Source of flow and finally celebrate our essential purity.

We will meet at Temescal Canyon beach (Will Rogers State Beach) where Temescal Canyon Road meets the Pacific Coast Highway.

Directions: Drive North on PCH, enter the state beach at Temescal Canyon, Free Parking on Temescal Canyon Rd or $9 parking in the lot. We will gather not too far from the parking lot, beachside of bathroom building.

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