Panui is a non-profit focused on researching, teaching and publishing contemporary Jewish mysticisms in a dynamic and authentic way that builds conscious, compassionate community.
Critical wisdom

Revealing contemporary translations and commentary of lost and forgotten mystical texts.

Bridging the worlds of religion and science.

Contemplative practices

Rediscovering and creating authentic, contemplative modalities.

Illuminating spiritual pathways that translate the eternal language of the soul into current cultural forms.

Offering arts-based curricula and leadership development.

Conscious community

Creating guides and curricula for building stronger more meaningful community.

Connecting the head, the heart and the hamlet.

Critical wisdom



Eitan Fishbane is Associate Professor of Jewish Thought at The Jewish Theological Seminary.

The poems in Eitan Fishbane’s Embers reflect a religious sensibility at the same time very modern and very ancient, very traditional and very personal, very Jewish but also very ecumenical, very deep but also very accessible. They are completely original; nobody else in the world could have written them, but everybody will recognize in them something true, something they might have been on the verge of thinking but would never have reached otherwise. With exquisite sensitivity they capture suggestions and half-thoughts, those things you can't see when you look directly at them but can see obliquely (the way you can only see certain stars in your peripheral vision). John Burt, Ph.D. Chair, English Dept. Paul E. Prosswimmer Professor of American Literature, Brandeis University

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