Tamar Pelleg

Tamar PellegTamar Pelleg, Certified Psychodramatist by the American board of examiners, earned a Masters in Counseling Education and a Bachelors Degree in Hebrew Literature from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Tamar was trained to become a Bibliodrama facilitator with Dr. Peter Pitzele and follow his method. She completed a program to become a Maggid (A teacher of the sacred texts) at Elat Chayyim Spiritual Retreat Center CT. She is now living in Israel.

Session 1: Transforming the Saga of Joseph

Between the lines of the Biblical story there are gaps that awaits to be filled, silent voices awaits to be heard. The participants will be invited to engage their imagination, lend their voices to the Biblical characters and fill in the gaps as if it happens here and now. The spontaneous interpretation creates a living, breathing, authentic Midrash that touches on deep levels of our soul. Come explore The Saga of Joseph through action methods and Bibliodrama and illuminate on illusive places both in in the text and within ourselves.

Session 2:  Cain and Able the drama and the archetype

Between the lines of the Biblical story there are gaps that awaits to be filled, silent voices awaits to be heard. The participants will be invited to engage their imagination, lend their voices to the Biblical characters and fill in the gaps as if it happens here and now. The spontaneous interpretation creates a living, breathing, authentic Midrash that touches on deep levels of our soul. Come explore the story of Cain and Abel Joseph through action methods and Bibliodrama and illuminate on illusive places both in in the text and within ourselves.

Session 3: Noah in times of crisis

Between the lines of the Biblical story there are gaps that awaits to be filled, silent voices awaits to be heard. The participants will be invited to engage their imagination, lend their voices to the Biblical characters and fill in the gaps as if it happens here and now. The spontaneous interpretation creates a living, breathing, authentic Midrash that touches on deep levels of our soul. Come explore the biblical character of Noah during his times of crisis through action methods and Bibliodrama and illuminate on illusive places both in in the text and within ourselves.