The Zohar Project Mission: Mexico Border was both powerful and productive. Twenty-six enthusiastic volunteers covered ten neighborhoods over two Missions, one during Labor Day and the other in mid-December.
The Zohar Project Mission: Pittsburgh was powerful and productive. We had 14 volunteers total that shared 73 Sacred Zohars and 254 PInchas.
The Zohar was shared with mosques, churches, temples, police departments, fire stations and hospitals. Our goal was to share the Light of the Zohar with the intention to transform the energy of hatred and negativity into energy of peace, love, protection and healing.
Thank you for your continuous support of The Kabbalah Centre. To share how donations specifically help the Centre, Michael Berg highlights a few donor funded projects in this video. Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, The Kabbalah Centre continues to share Kabbalah’s life-changing wisdom and tools with as many people in the world as possible.
Each month Kabbalah Centre Charitable Causes offers volunteers opportunities to make an impact on their community. Recently a team of Kabbalah Centre Volunteers in Los Angeles worked with Habitat for Humanity to help repair a home affected by wildfires in Sylmar, CA.
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The Zohar Project Tour Las Vegas just completed its fourth stop on the 2018 tour. Over 55 volunteers convened to share the Zohar with the people and institutions of Las Vegas. The Zohar is now found in many casinos and hotels, fire stations, police stations, hospitals and many other places that can benefit from the Light of the Zohar. One evening, all the volunteers assembled at the Red Rock Canyon to enjoy a lecture & meditation with Yehuda Dan, the head Kabbalah Teacher of Las Vegas. We had a powerful Kabbalastic Shabbat to share the good energy with Las Vegas. We shared 312 Sacred and 1060 Pinchas on this Zohar Project. We look forward to seeing you on our next stop on the Zohar Project Tour: Austin, Texas in early 2019!
By now most of us are aware of the tragedy that occurred in Pittsburgh, PA on Shabbat morning this past weekend. Many of us spent the morning in our own synagogues for Shabbat services, unaware of the tragedy unfolding in a similar sacred space. This act of violence and the recent acts preceding it are a reminder of what hate can achieve when it goes unabated. But like all actions meant to divide, they carry within them an opportunity to unite. We offer our prayers to the community of Pittsburgh, as they mourn their loved ones and begin the difficult process of healing. We pray for a quick recovery of those injured and the emotional healing of a shattered community. We pray for the end of all violence, bigotry, and hatred.