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The cosmic opening of Purim, the Kabbalists say, is the most elevated day of the year as it gives us the opportunity to reshape our destiny at the seed level. In drawing the rarely revealed Light of Chochmah, a force of wisdom and selflessness, we strengthen our consciousness of certainty and attract fresh blessings into our lives. Join us for a profound two-week course to discover the hidden meanings of Purim that can significantly enhance our connection to its powerful Light. Find out why Purim is not only the most joyous but also the most energetically compelling day of the year.
Join us every Thursday for insights into the energy of the week. Participate in practical workshops and study spiritual wisdom that gives you real-life advantages. Classes are based on key wisdom contained in the Zohar, the ancient kabbalistic text that decodes the Torah’s hidden messages. Quite simply, the Zohar is a manual for the days and weeks of your life. It helps you understand the spiritual laws of the universe so that you may find fulfillment in life and seize the opportunities before you on any given day.
Kabbalists teach that each of us has a purpose with a unique path meant to get us to our greatest potential. Attempting to take shortcuts will only lengthen the road. The challenges, as well as the successes, are all a part of the process. Your internal GPS and the Light will always guide you back to where you are meant to be. In this compelling seminar, students will learn how to apply a mindful approach to their individual life’s journey. Gain tools and affirmations to help instill clarity, and embrace obstacles with certainty. When we have trust in the Light, the road seems shorter, and the ride seems faster.
Kabbalists view Shabbat (the Sabbath) not as a day of rest, but of intense spiritual work and connection. From sunset Friday evening through Saturday night, the kabbalists revealed a system of prayers, songs, meals and reading a portion of the Torah that provide us with the Light and nourishment that cleanses our ego and helps us to manifest our potential.