In the present moment, there is a very big gap between nature and Jewish culture. There are some people who like to be outdoors but don’t have any historical consciousness, others who just miss the opportunity to be in nature due to an urban lifestyle. There is a lack of knowledge of how to express our human potential by just being outdoors in contact with nature.
Perhaps it’s time to reset all the boundaries and separations we made for Am Israel until now and discover a new way to relate between us, maybe by walking and learning from nature, and understanding the 12 tribes deeply we will make space to believe that even if we have different characteristics we are part of something bigger .The secret of our power is to understand that we are part of a totality. So let us invite you to Shebet Haaretz master program:
HIKING TRIBE LANDS
Hiking Tribe Lands is about exploring our native human condition as Jews in the land of Israel.
We designed 12 different experiences, each one related to a tribe, a month and a portion of the land each tribe received.
Every encounter is composed with the opportunity to have an encounter with different people, flavors, sounds, sensations and nature around Israel, and most amazing with our inner self
And much more:
Meditation or Prayer Time
Each according to their own way and belief
Learn techniques of “conscious walking” while enjoying geographical, historical, cultural, and spiritual explanations during your hike.
We will practice bettering group dynamics, learning to get to know each other, trust each other, and to really see one another.
Vegetarian poica, pitas made in a taboon, and plenty more surprises!
After dinner, sitting around our campfire, we will tell you the captivating tale of the tribe and the month
The emphasis of each experience is to give practical tools to the participants to reveal the beauty of the land , to relive our history , and to rediscover ourselves today…
We get together once a month for a meeting on the ancient estates of the tribes of Israel.Our trips on to these tribal lands are based on the deep knowledge transmitted from our ancestors and the principles of Jewish morality, which is our heritage, as well as practical tools for our modern lives.