The Kavanah Connection: Living with Intention for a More Meaningful Life
with Rachel Gans-Boriskin '96
Tuesday, October 15th, 1pm, Hiatt Career Center, 1st floor, Udsan
The Hebrew term Kavanah refers to the frame of mind and heart that the Rabbis felt was needed for prayer. Kavanah is about bringing awareness and intention into your daily routines and investing them with meaning. Kavanah, while valuable as a religious concept, is also useful in our secular lives. Too often we find ourselves “going through the motions.” Our lives can lack direction and meaning. Moving through our busy lives we find that we are not living our values or valuing our lives. In this workshop we identify personal values and generate ways of honoring those values in everyday life. All students welcome. Please RSVP in B.hired.
Rachel Gans-Boriskin is a Brandeis alumna and a CTI trained Co-Active® coach at Borns Consulting with degrees in Communication from New York University and the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught communication at Northeastern University and Clark University and was named one of the Top 300 Professors in the country by The Princeton Review. She lives in Westborough, MA with her husband and two children and is president of the Westborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC).