Women have the power to turn a good marriage into a great one.
Jerusalem, Israel (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
Her method is unconventional, but there’s no denying that Sara Yoheved Rigler’s marriage workshop for women has been creating a lot of happier wives and husbands.
An internationally renowned author, lecturer, and expert in ancient Jewish methods of self-help, Sara Yoheved Rigler has become a household name in Jewish inspiration and spiritual growth. One of the most popular writers on Aish.com, Judaism’s premier website, and author of four bestselling books, her practical teachings have changed thousands of lives.
But in 2010, when she launched the Kesher Wife Workshop, a pioneering program addressing women exclusively, onlookers were skeptical. Could women alone transform their marriages?
Since its launch, Kesher Wife’s wild success has quelled all doubts. In an astounding outpouring of endorsement, previous Kesher attendees attest that when it came to improving their marriages, this approach was the real deal (see testimonials at http://www.kesherwife.com).
“Before I took the workshop, I was actually speaking openly about divorce and figuring out the preliminary steps to end my marriage,” says T.R., a former attendee from Brooklyn. “Now I have been practicing the tools I learned for three months, and my marriage is better than it has ever been—no more fights, no more derision on my part. It was truly life-changing.”
In the workshop based on spiritual, rather than psychological, principles, Ms. Rigler uses scripted drama, guided visualizations, and innovative exercises to teach women how to become “connected” wives. She instructs women how to eliminate behaviors that drive husbands to flee to other pursuits (internet, work, etc.). She also demonstrates techniques to create marriages that feed both partners spiritually and emotionally. “My goal,” she explains, “is to make good marriages better, to rekindle the spark that has cooled off over time, to replace boredom and annoyance with closeness and joy.”
“Women have the power to turn a good marriage into a great one,” Ms. Rigler affirms. Through focusing on the wife alone, she is able to delve into who the participants are as women and tap into their inherent caches of hidden strengths.
Divorce rate is at an all-time high; scores of marriages are tipping beyond the point of repair—but Sara Rigler is determined to effect tangible change. Now she has teamed up with Jewish E-Books to introduce her acclaimed, transformative approach via free online workshop on November 27th (register at http://www.jewish-e-books.com/syrfreeworkshop.html).
For Jewish E-Books, the digital superstore hosting the event, this kind of partnership is natural.
“Jewish E-Books is the meeting place of technology and all things Jewish,” explains CEO Yosef Levy. “Our goal is to capture the quality content that’s out there and pair it with advanced media tools—providing access to a vastly wider audience.”
For CEO Levy, offering the Kesher Wife Workshop as a worldwide webinar event is part of an overarching, critical mission: connecting Jews with Jewish content, anytime, and anywhere. To sign up for the webinar visit us at http://www.jewishebooks.com.