Consciously

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“Consciously could not arrive at a better moment. In a time that is cut through with an ever-growing awareness of the brokenness of things, in a time where broken souls of chaos are seeking artificial forms of wholeness in every shape and size, Consciously introduces us to the possibility of wholeness within the very experience of lack itself. Steeped in the ancient path of Jewish spirituality, as well as contemporary psychological theory, Consciously introduces the anciently new idea that with all our imperfections and lack, we hold within ourselves an inherent value that contains everything we need.”    

Rabbi Joey Rosenfeld

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“Consciously could not arrive at a better moment. In a time that is cut through with an ever-growing awareness of the brokenness of things, in a time where broken souls of chaos are seeking artificial forms of wholeness in every shape and size, Consciously introduces us to the possibility of wholeness within the very experience of lack itself. Steeped in the ancient path of Jewish spirituality, as well as contemporary psychological theory, Consciously introduces the anciently new idea that with all our imperfections and lack, we hold within ourselves an inherent value that contains everything we need.”    

Rabbi Joey Rosenfeld

About The Author

Menachem Poznanski, a licensed clinical social worker and author, has worked in the field of substance abuse prevention, addictions treatment, and recovery support for 20 years. Since 2004, Mr. Poznanski has served as Director of The Living Room (TLR), a division of Our Place in NY, Inc. TLR is a clubhouse program for Jewish young adults and couples, in recovery from addictions.  Menachem is co-author of Stepping Out of the Abyss: A Jewish Guide to the Twelve Steps, (Mosaica Press 2017), and editor at The Light Revealed and Consciously, two social media publishers focused on youth and the messages of Jewish spirituality. Menachem received his master’s degree in social work from the Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work and lives in Cedarhurst NY with his wife Naomi and their children Zoe and Tani.

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  1. Miriam

    Well written and extremely insightful.
    This is The second book I am reading by this author and I’m already counting down the days till he writes his next book

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