Beni is a fourth year rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Boston. He has worked in a wide range of Jewish organizations for the past ten years, most notably as a Moreh Ruhaniyut (Spiritual Teacher) for several congregations, camps and schools up and down the east coast of the US. Beni currently serves as the Rabbinic Intern for Shefa: Jewish Psychedelic Support, offering online Integration Circles and classes in the Torah of Expanded States. He hosts a contemplative community called Sit & Sing in his home, and studied contemplative neuroscience at Lesley University. He has taught meditation to teens on retreats, and in communities around the Boston area. He is a lover of electronic dance music and is an avid festival goer, and just returned from journeys at Lightning In A Bottle and Electric Forest.
September 12, 2022
So you’ve had a psychedelic or psychedelic adjacent experience. What comes next? This week we sit down with Beni Summers, Rabbinic Intern at Shefa: Jewish Psychedelic Supports , to discuss psychedelic integration, float tanks...Spirit