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Once a year the energy of protection is showered upon us during Sukkot. This time zone allows us to transform our desires into blessings in the year ahead. We gather under a sukkah, a temporary shelter, to join with others in celebration as we renew a loving consciousness for humanity. It is a time to connect and share in a collective effort to heal and restore peace to the world. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to tap into the unique energy of Sukkot as you connect to fellow students and teachers in the Kabbalah Centre community. Join us as we come together and embrace harmony and grow our capacity to love others. Sukkot brings all of humanity under the protection of the Light of the Creator.
As the powerful time zone of Sukkot comes to an end, we have one final opportunity to remove judgment from our lives and fortify the connection we have awakened throughout the previous days of Libra. The evening of Hoshanah Rabba “seals” the holiday of Sukkot, so we may hold onto the blessings we have just invited into our lives. During this 24-hour period, kabbalists stay up all night meditating, reading kabbalistic texts, and finally checking their shadows in the moonlight. Join us as we do the same, in an effort to shift our consciousness and block judgment from coming our way. This Light-filled event closes a significant holiday of the Hebrew calendar, giving us one more chance to transform before sealing our spiritual vessel for the year ahead.
Simchat Torah is the culmination of 21 dynamic days of spiritual transformation. This joyous holiday is the last step on a journey to activate the blessings we have invited into our lives during Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. In Hebrew, Simchat Torah literally means, “Joy of the Torah.” The more joy we express at this time, the more true happiness and fulfillment we will experience in the year to come. Join us for a celebration of love and abundance with our vibrant spiritual community. This is a party not to be missed as we elevate the Torah and dance the night away!