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Kabbalah teaches that the Light of a righteous soul is so great that even after they leave this world, their Light remains. On the anniversary of a righteous person’s death, we have the ability to connect to their soul’s Light, a powerful energy that can assist us in our own lives. A kabbalist’s hillulah reminds us of the responsibility that comes with deepening our spirituality, and the merit to access and apply the wisdom of Kabbalah in our lives. On the death anniversary of Moses, we have the opportunity to draw the energy of humility, especially when it comes to leadership. In this seminar, we will explore lessons from Moses’ life that illuminate the qualities of humble leadership, and what this form of leadership looks like in action. An interactive workshop will follow this insightful lecture, allowing students an opportunity to personalize and internalize new understandings. Join us as we connect with Moses’ Light and discover how to fully utilize the unique energy available during this profound cosmic opening.
Have you ever noticed that certain spaces just seem to flow? The ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui seeks to create an energetic flow by finding the rightful place for everything. With the Chinese New Year, symbolic of new beginnings. With the approach of the Chinese New Year, symbolic of new beginnings, the time to draw harmony into your spaces is now. Join us for a powerful one-night seminar to receive tips and guidance on how to manage and improve the energies in your home and in your office according to the energy of the New Chinese Year.
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.
We believe the renewal and restoration available to us during the 24- hours beginning at sundown on Friday night is not 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.