Rabbi Sigal Brier

Rabbi Sigal Brier is a scholar, mystic, spiritual mentor, inspirational teacher, congregational rabbi, and artist, with training in religion, psychology, art, yoga, and meditation. For more than 30 years, she has shared methods that inspire people to live their heart’s purpose authentically and joyfully. Using a multidisciplinary and multicultural mind-body approach, Rabbi Sigal teaches internationally, facilitating experiences of transformation for individuals and groups from all walks of life, in diverse settings. She has presented at TED, and was featured on CBS Sunday Morning news and NPR: National Public Radio. 

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Resources

  • The Remedy of Gratitude

    In a society where personal entitlement is the norm, giving thanks is a necessary remedy, says Rabbi Sigal Brier.

  • Ancient Wisdom for the New Year

    For many of us, the typical New Year’s celebration can feel like old hat. We want more profound ways to honor the space between letting go of the old and embracing the new.

  • Living Your Heart’s Purpose

    Rabbi Sigal Brier says that, when we relax into our heart’s purpose, we stop obscuring the fact that we’re all interconnected, not separate from but part of the vast sea of creation.

  • Six Ways to Live More Peacefully in a Violent World

    As a longtime student of yoga philosophy and practice, I’ve been asking myself the following question for years: How can we keep our hearts open and our peaceful purpose clear, even in the face of the violence and suffering we witness every day?