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According to the teachings of Kabbalah, we have the opportunity to tap into the energy of a righteous person on the day they left the physical world. We learn from the Zohar that death, from our limited perspective, is actually an illusion, and therefore Moses did not really die. Though his physical body may be gone, his energy is alive and permeates our world even today. The power of Moses radiates humility, perseverance, and a tremendous desire to become a channel of Light. In connecting to Moses, we channel all aspects of his energy into our lives. Join us for a powerful lecture as we prepare our consciousness to connect to the pure energy of Moses, and discover how his spark of Light can be awakened within our own souls.
According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, when a person sheds the illusion of the physical world and reaches the highest level of connection with the Light, they become one with the totality of existence. A righteous soul chooses when it will leave the illusory world of the 1% to join with the supernal realm. Once there, their energy is made available to us to assist us on our spiritual path. The kabbalists say, therefore, that a death anniversary is actually a joyous occasion with benefits for the entire world. On the seventh of Adar, or Pisces, we celebrate the death anniversary of one of the most powerful kabbalists of all time: Moses. His energy radiates humility, perseverance, and a tremendous desire to become a channel of Light. In connecting to Moses, we channel all aspects of his energy into our lives. Join us on this powerful day to connect to the pure energy of Moses and discover how his spark of Light can be awakened within our own souls.
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.