What's on this Month
Guest close-ups and detailed show info
Show Categories and Description
Interesting Topics and Articles
TV and Video Clips
Bio, Demotape and Inside Scoop
Your ?'s Asked and Answered
Email Me
Latest Videos, Shows and Appearances
Recommended Books
Beneficial Videos
Return to Home
Buy it Now!






"God Is a Verb:
Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism."

Cooper God Is A Verb_1573226947.gif (14384 bytes)

"Entering the Sacred Mountain:
Exploring the Mystical Practices of Judaism, Buddhism and Sufism."

Coper Entering The Scared_051788464X.gif (4143 bytes)

"Renewing Your Soul:
A Guided Retreat for the Sabbath and Other Days of Rest With David A. Cooper."

Cooper Renewing Your Soul_0060614714.gif (6279 bytes)

Links to More Rabbi
David Cooper Books:

Looking for a book or product not listed on this page? Enter what you are looking for here...
Search Now:
In Association with Amazon.com

Ask Sheri
"God Is A Verb Q & A with David Cooper



From the Heart Media Television Shows and videos developed by media psychotherapist, interviewer and talk show host, Sheri Meyers Gantman, to facilitate personal growth and improve your health and relationships. Straight from the Heart TV
Sheri Meyers Gantman - Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

"One of the most important concepts in Kabbalah teaches that whatever happens anywhere in the universe reberates throughout the totality of creation. Thus, our lives are affected by what is happening everywhere; moreover, whatever we do in our lives affects everything in the universe."

Rabbi David Cooper

God Is A Verb

The great mystics of Judaism originally passed its teaching by word of mouth only, believing that the secrets of the Kabbalah transcend the written word. Well, these great teachings that have been kept secret and inaccessible for thousands of years are now available to you. It is said that understanding the Kabbalah can lead you to your own awakening and enlightenment. Both in his book and on our show, Rabbi David Cooper, reveals the secrets and mysteries of the Kabbalah and translates these ancient spiritual teachings into meaningful personal experiences which we can apply in our daily lives.

On the Path to Enlightment

 Then you are suffering from what Rabbi David Cooper calls one of the greatest afflictions of the 20th Century, TDS, Time Deficiency Syndrome. For many of us, the only way we finally slow down is when something drastic happens that forces us to change, such as a serious illness. All of a sudden, we discover that there is one priority: living in the present moment and listening to the needs of our much ignored, malnourished soul. Don’t wait until you drop in order to stop. Start now to regularly feed your soul.

On our show, Sheri and David discuss spiritual exercises, meditations and other practices that you can easily do to become more present, enhance the quality of your life and get your minimum daily requirement of soul nurturance.

Rabbi David Cooper left the comfort of a lucrative career as a political consultant to pursue the path of the spirit. He spent years practicing Buddhist meditation then moved to Jerusalem to explore his Jewish roots. A leading expert in the field of religious study, he has led workshops all over the U.S.A. His provocative and stimulating book, "God is a Verb: Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism" is the subject of our two shows together.

He has also authored such books as: "Entering the Sacred Mountain: Exploring the Mystical Practices of Judaism, Buddhism, and Sufism", "Silence, Simplicity and Solitude: A Guide for Spiritual Retreat" "Renewing Your Soul: A Guided Retreat for the Sabbath and Other Days of Rest" and "The Heart of Stillness: The Elements of Spiritual Practice" as well as a best selling audio tape series "The Mystical Kabbalah" and "The Holy Chariot".

After his studies in Israel, Rabbi Cooper returned to the United States to found the Heart of Stillness Hermitage in Boulder, Colorado. With his lovely wife, Shoshana, they travel the world leading meditation and chanting retreats and are leaders in a growing movement of people interested in a contemplative approach to Judaism.


TV Guide | Featured Guests | All My Shows | Personal Growth
Media Room | Sheri Gantman | Ask Sheri | Write Sheri | What's New? Book Store | Video Store | Home | Top

Disclaimer and Terms of Use