Jewish Nudists – Every Wonder What Judaism Thinks Of Naturism?

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Jewish Naturists – Jewish religion and nudism have both been with US for centuries. But what is the Jewish religion’s view on and being a Jewish nudist?
First, it should be noted there are distinct forms of Judaism, all of which share some basic beliefs. These forms are mystic Judaism, traditional Judaism, Reform and Humanistic Judaism (to name but a few). One of the basic beliefs that all of these forms share is in the early holiday rituals, together with the belief regarding the nature of God and mankind and the relationship between them.
As well as sharing common beliefs, the different kinds of Judaism have their individual beliefs also. And so it’s regarding naturism. The most basic belief is that nudityis just acceptable when absolutely necessary, for example when taking a shower, during certain religious rituals or during sexual intimacy.
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People who practice strict orthodox Judaism believe that the body should be covered and afford small viewing by others, including one’s spouse. They follow the laws of Tznius, which means modesty. Girls cover their bodies between elbows and knees, and married women cover their heads.
Some still follow the Code of Law in the Hulchan setting forth that when using the bathroom, one must expose as little of their body as possible, and that they shift before and after bed under the covers. They also believe that although both husband and wife must be nude during sex, the action must be finished under the covers and in complete darkness.
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Seemingly contrary to the belief in covering one’s body, a ritual bath called mikvaot is practiced in some Jewish communities. All garments, bandages and jewelry are removed before the person is submerged entirely in water.
On the other hand, while not condoning naturism, more liberal Jews leave up to each person.
However, there’s a questionnaire of Judaism called Jewish Ascetic Naturism which espouses nude ascetic Jewish rituals. People who practice this form of Judaism come from varied backgrounds and contain those who find themselves conventional to those who find themselves liberal.
It’s believed that Ascetic Naturism is a religious path that’s loaded and rewarding. It is believed that by removing clothes during observance of rituals that they are recognizing their wholeness as a living being that has already been blessed by God and not wanting anything else to survive on this earth.
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Michael Satlow composed an article in the “Journal of Biblical Literature” wherein he sets forth the hesitation of Jewish men to be nude.
Although there are very different kinds of Judaism with diverse beliefs involving naturism, it is clear the majority still believe in modesty.
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