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Unity: Our centuries-old foundational principle and guiding force for the last 50 years.
GivingTuesday is a global day of generosity taking place in 2020 on December 1st. For us, it’s a day to appreciate and share the timeless gifts of the kabbalistic principles our teachers have given us, especially given their relevance in the world today. Finding certainty in uncertain times, expressing love instead of judgment, creating unity when it’s uncomfortable, taking responsibility when it’s hard - these are qualities central to the Kabbalistic wisdom and ones that can serve each of us now more than ever.
Kabbalah has been providing generations of students the support and wisdom to be able to tap into a reality where there is peace, unity, and love - all of the time! On GivingTuesday, will you support us to enable more people to access their own spiritual transformation and help bring about this reality across the world?
Your donation goes a long way, as we know - one small candle can light endless other candles.
Become a partner of the Kabbalah Centre by contributing to the essential costs to pursue this mission in the year ahead. A donation to the general fund will allow us to continue offering donation-based courses and events, supporting our remarkable teachers and staff, and providing the individual care our growing online community needs. With each gift given, you elevate the consciousness of the world.
Give today. For more information on where to give, visit our page here.
Spread the word. Encourage your friends and family to join you in this act of kindness and creating change on December 1 by sharing what Kabbalah means to you and why you are supporting. Use #GivingTuesday on your social media!
Create more unity in the world right now by meditating on one of the 72 Names below. With this, you are revealing more light of unity and making a difference on a soul level.
Thank you! Your generosity makes you part of spreading the Light of this wisdom in a time when it is most needed throughout the world.