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Our words carry our thoughts into the world. They can also influence our interactions with others and bring us closer to the people in our lives. However, without consciousness they can also create separation. Words can build; words can destroy. This powerful seminar can help you learn kabbalistic tools to maximize your communications with others. Gain consciousness and insight into the strength of your words. When we appreciate the power of our speech and approach communication in a spiritual manner, we can vastly improve the effectiveness and impact of our words on the world.
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.
The Torah portion, Yitro, begins with the words, “...and Yitro listened.” When Yitro (or Jethro) heard about the miracles the Creator performed on behalf of the Israelites, he abandoned his position as a priest in the dark arts to begin his journey toward the Light. His actions are a powerful reminder of the importance of listening to others with an open heart, and setting judgment aside, even when we think we are right. This is also the portion that revealed the Ten Utterances – the great spiritual energy of redemption. Please join us for a unique Shabbat experience filled with love and Light. Together with Kabbalah teachers and fellow students, we can connect to the energy of the Ten Utterances and the act of listening to others with a generous spirit. Don’t miss this powerful time to elevate our collective consciousness and bring more Light into the world.