A Rocky Mountain Hai SIGNATURE PROGRAM….
Who are we?
Who do we wish to become?
How does Judaism fit into this picture?
We are all on the quest towards realization of self. Some are more aware of the process and some enter into the process deliberately. When it comes to looking at who we really are, ReBahir has developed a process that has become another one of his “signature programs.” This method of creative self-realization is called “THRIVAL.”
Because life is not about just surviving, THRIVAL frees us to find the power within and helps us discover what is important in our lives and in our spirit.
Used in religious schools as a one time seminar for children as young as age ten to adults of all ages or as a single session seminar, THRIVAL can open our eyes to what is deep within our souls and allow us to face the challenge of life as spiritual beings in a material world. Some might say that we begin to see that we have been material beings in a spiritual world.
- This program has won awards in religious schools and been used successfully with youth groups and camps.
- THRIVAL transcends sect lines and has proven successful with all groups, from Orthodox to Reform.
- It has successfully been implemented in interfaith religious environments and been acclaimed as a way of exciting kids to spiritual learning and growth.
As an ongoing workshop, THRIVAL becomes a game of self-discovery and awareness that puts before us the tools for crafting our own spirit path.
When used as a year-long study, THRIVAL gently becomes a spirit guide in which we learn and grow, experimenting and challenging our inner selves.
- THRIVAL takes advantage of the participant’s natural gift of imagination, challenging them to work as a team while building problem-solving skills.
- THRIVAL helps people want to learn more about Jewish customs, holidays, life cycle, ethics and spirituality, all in the framework of an entertaining, stimulating game.
- THRIVAL motivates students to examine their Jewish priorities in a group setting.
- THRIVAL can easily be translated into interfaith language.
Participants learn, through different simulated situations, that surviving is not enough. The goal of the game is not to survive, rather to thrive as a tribe. Students build their own tribe together. Through physical and mental challenges that they must conquer together, as a tribe, they discover that for the tribe to survive and thrive it needs, not only physical, mental, emotional growth, but also spiritual growth. During the course of the game, students gain a respect for tradition and the creativity to choose how the traditions of Judaism will manifest themselves.
Learn the power of Judaism’s ethical imperative and Judaism’s deep spiritual underpinnings, all in the framework of a computer game.
And the computer utilized is the most powerful on the planet, your own mind.