History is Made: Pope Francis receives the first English translated Tikunei haZohar
Thanks to one of our dearest students, Sandra Gering, a donation was made to have the Tikunei haZohar translated and published in English. After the dedicated work of our teachers and staff, volume 1 was printed and hand-delivered to the Pope at the Vatican.
As part of our Spread Kabbalah Initiative we are going to be releasing testimonial videos every month of real stories from our students around the world whose lives have been impacted through the wisdom of Kabbalah.
Getting hurt hurts, but forgiveness allows you to reclaim your power. In this new article for Poosh, Monica Berg explains that forgiveness isn’t something you give to someone who has wronged you. It is a gift you give to yourself.
The Rosh Hashanah International event in New York was attended by 2,500 students from over a dozen countries. Thanks to a very generous donation, Rosh Hashanah connections were free to attendees. Whether at the art fair or starting each morning with yoga and meditation, this was a great year to experience the gifts of our community. In addition and with much anticipation, Karen Berg’s memoir Two Unlikely People to Change the World debuted.
For the Year End Review at Rosh Hashanah, Michael Berg shares that in order to bring peace on earth, the Kabbalah Centre focuses on spreading this wisdom to the world and disseminating the light of the Zohar. He highlights how the Kabbalah Centre reached new boundaries in 2019.