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Google “Kabbalah” and you’ll find endless books and websites on the topic. Today’s explosion of wisdom can be directly traced back to the pen tip of one man: Rav Yehuda Ashlag. Founder of The Kabbalah Centre in 1922, Rav Ashlag was the first person to write down the teachings of Kabbalah in a simple language that anyone could understand. Over 10,000 pages flowed from his hand, and without them, the wisdom of Kabbalah would likely have remained a mystery. Join us for a fascinating class as we delve into an array of Rav Ashlag’s unpublished writings. Don’t miss this opportunity to study of some of the most profound kabbalistic texts ever written and discover the true essence of our spiritual work.
The next illuminating step along our spiritual journey, Kabbalah 3 aims to help you apply kabbalistic tools to your life in a practical manner. Covering an array of life subjects, such as relationships and finances, this essential course delves into some of the more profound teachings of Kabbalah, such as the true meaning of Shabbat and the High Holidays, the benefits of the Ana Beko’ach prayer, the spiritual significance of reincarnation, and much more. Join us for a powerful course as we explore a series of complex kabbalistic concepts and tools that can take you to your next level.
Kabbalists teach that creative expression is a powerful way in which we can bring our soul’s Light into physical form. The mediums through which we are called to express ourselves may vary, though whether we seek to share our inner Light through poetry, visual art, song, or dance, the act of creating is imbued with a spark of the Creator’s Light. The desire to create is a gift we each hold. Join us for an inspiring workshop meant to awaken artistic expression within each of us. No need for previous experience in the arts. All that is needed is a desire to explore your soul’s unique calling.
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.