Expecting Miracles: Finding Meaning and Spirituality in Pregnancy Through Judaism
A collection of refreshingly honest and inspiring interviews with traditionally observant Jewish mothers about their diverse experiences of pregnancy and childbearing, this guide discusses how to make these important life stages into opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. A diverse group of engaging and vibrant women, representing a wide cross-section of the religious community, offer illuminating ideas for making the nine months of pregnancy more meaningful. Additionally, scholars such as Chana Henkin, Tziporah Heller, and Emuna Witt and midwives such as Bambi Chalkowski and Sara Landau offer practical advice and even kabbalistic breathing exercises that will leave pregnant readers more confident and well-informed. The personal accounts and expert advice offered in this book will inspire readers to find meaning, spirituality, and Jewish expression in their own childbearing experiences.
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