Tzippi Moss joins us from Jerusalem to share her story. She backpacked the 1000-kilometer Israel Trail with her husband and 18-year-old son over a two-month period. From pine-covered hills to saw-toothed desert, she battled flooded rivers, scorching heat, and soul-sucking mud, unsure if the journey would make or break the family. The goal was to raise funds to find a cure for the neurological killer ALS, the disease that took the life of her beloved mother-in-law. Her recently published book Angels & Tahina: 18 Lessons From Hiking the Israel Trail was recently listed as one of 11 English books from Israel that can change your life.
Join us as Tzippi introduces us to the powerful landscapes and extraordinary people she encountered, from trail angels, to folks with ALS, to modern pioneers. These lessons are especially relevant now, during COVID. How can we enjoy the moment, when our days seem filled with so much uncertainty? How can we find resilience when we lose what's important to us, whether it's income, health, or a loved one? And why is it important to believe in "impossible" dreams?
Tzippi Moss is a certified life coach and medical coach, and psychotherapist with over thirty years of experience working with both individuals, couples and groups. Using positive psychology, EMDR, EFT, dream work, and grief/trauma release, she helps clients unlock their creative gifts and remember how powerful they truly are. Her online course, Dying2Live, helps others reclaim their true selves by embracing rather than resisting mortality. She believes each of us can become an inner alchemist through transforming challenges and adversity into opportunity and growth. Tzippi and her family lived in the Twin Cities from 1989-1995 and were members of Beth Jacob Congregation.
You can find her book on Amazon (paperback and electronic version).