In the past few weeks, we have added over 100 live-streamed classes and events for Kabbalah.com members. We understand the importance of staying connected from home at this time, and we are dedicated to providing you with the wisdom and tools to meet uncertain times with certainty. With over 5,000 inspirational videos, articles, and classes currently online, we are adding more content every week to help you tap into your soul and enrich your spiritual life.
We know as students of Kabbalah that now is a time for each of us to take upon ourselves the spiritual work of strengthening our connection to the Light of the Creator, and to revealing more Light in the world. The kabbalists teach that one of the most powerful ways we can do this is through study. By engaging in the act of studying spiritual words, concepts, and understandings, we reveal the Light that can bring about an end to pain, suffering, and death in the world.
We created Kabbalah.com for this very purpose, to enable us to connect to this wisdom and reveal Light through our study – from anywhere, and at any time.
The ancient Kabbalists often talked about the great power of coming together for prayer. And thanks to today’s technology, we can all still virtually gather together, connecting with each other, and connecting with the Light. During these connections, we want to consciously think that the Light we reveal shines to all those places and people in the world where healing is needed. You can connect to our live streams here.
In the 1990s, my father, Rav Berg, spoke about the role of the Internet in our spiritual lives, stating, “I thank the Lightforce of God for giving us something known as the Internet, and for the opportunity it provides. For as a result, the message of Kabbalah will no longer be confined to the Centres around the world.”
Whether it is through one of our live-streamed classes, events, or Shabbat connections, I hope you will join us as we continue to gather together in study and prayer. The world needs the Light that we can reveal together, perhaps now more than ever.