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According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, relationships are the most effective tools we are given to evolve our soul. Though we might think that simply meeting our mate is the point of the story, Kabbalah teaches that what comes next is the essential part. Growing a relationship can be challenging, but if we understand our spiritual role in any given relationship, we can constantly improve it. Join us for an insightful evening as we delve into the kabbalistic view on keeping relationships fresh and engaging. This lecture is for everyone who wants to use kabbalistic wisdom to enhance the relationship they have, or prepare for the relationship to come.
According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, Shabbat is the most powerful day of the week – a time when the spiritual and physical worlds are united. On Shabbat, we have the opportunity to transform our reality using specific prayers and food to connect to the available cosmic energy. We believe the renewal and restoration available to us during the 24- hours beginning at sundown on Friday night is not a religiously-mandated occurrence, but a cosmically-designated one. When you understand Shabbat in this way, it becomes clear that the special energy is meant for everyone.
Get inspired every Sunday as the Kabbalah Centre of Boca Raton takes you on an uplifting adventure. Learn about Kabbalistic tools that will help guide you on your journey of self-discovery and enlightenment. Receive an energetic boost that will heighten your consciousness and help to prepare you for the week ahead. This weekly connection is open to people of all beliefs, religions and backgrounds. All are welcome.