Eitan is an ordained rabbi who studied personally with Rav Berg, and he has played a major role in the globalization of Kabbalah since 1985. He shares this knowledge from his heart as it dramatically altered his view of life, and gave him direction and purpose; he knows Kabbalah can have the same influence on others. Eitan has taught in Jerusalem, Los Angeles, Toronto, Mexico, London and Florida. As a senior instructor, he helped found The Kabbalah Centre in Toronto, in addition to assisting in the opening of several other key locations throughout North America.

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Shabbat Sukkot
Oct 18

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.

6:45 pm EDT, New York - Midtown
155 E. 48th Street, New York, NY
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2019-10-18 22:45:00 2019-10-20 00:00:00 UTC Shabbat Sukkot 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. 155 E. 48th Street,New York,NY 10017
Hoshanah Rabbah in New York
Oct 19

The 7th day of Sukkot is a cosmic opening known as Hoshanah Rabbah. All of the blessings written into the story of our life throughout Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot are sealed during these 24 hours. The Zohar teaches that the energy of Hoshanah Rabbah gives us the ability to hold on to our blessings for the 12 months to come. If anything of a negative nature made its way into our life’s script for the next year, Hoshanah Rabbah affords us one last opportunity to make a change, to shift our consciousness and block all judgments. By staying up all night—and participating in an ancient kabbalistic procedure involving the reading of our shadows by the light of the moon—we can bring an end to the forces of negativity in our lives. Join us for a powerful evening of connection and camaraderie as we channel the Light of Hoshanah Rabbah.

Community 10:00 pm EDT, New York - Midtown
155 E. 48th Street, New York, NY
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2019-10-20 02:00:00 2019-10-20 12:00:00 UTC Hoshanah Rabbah in New York The 7th day of Sukkot is a cosmic opening known as Hoshanah Rabbah. All of the blessings written into the story of our life throughout Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot are sealed during these 24 hours. The Zohar teaches that the energy of Hoshanah Rabbah gives us the ability to hold on to our blessings for the 12 months to come. If anything of a negative nature made its way into our life’s script for the next year, Hoshanah Rabbah affords us one last opportunity to make a change, to shift our consciousness and block all judgments. By staying up all night—and participating in an ancient kabbalistic procedure involving the reading of our shadows by the light of the moon—we can bring an end to the forces of negativity in our lives. Join us for a powerful evening of connection and camaraderie as we channel the Light of Hoshanah Rabbah. 155 E. 48th Street,New York,NY 10017
Simchat Torah in New York
Oct 20

All of the spiritual work we do on the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot culminates in the celebration known as Simchat Torah. The Zohar explains that restriction already exists on Simchat Torah; therefore it is a festive day in which we can sit back and enjoy the Light. On Simchat Torah, we experience the revelation of all of the Light of the Torah, known as Surrounding Light. Surrounding Light is the union of past, present and future, and allows us to rise above the illusion of time to eliminate chaos from our lives. Surrounding Light is already with us, but it must be awakened to truly become a part of us. This is why, on Simchat Torah, we dance around with the Torah: The process of dancing makes the Light become part of us. And when we achieve unity with the Light, we reunite with our timeless, limitless—perfect—selves.

Community 6:30 pm EDT, New York - Midtown
155 E. 48th Street, New York, NY
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2019-10-20 22:30:00 2019-10-22 02:00:00 UTC Simchat Torah in New York All of the spiritual work we do on the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot culminates in the celebration known as Simchat Torah. The Zohar explains that restriction already exists on Simchat Torah; therefore it is a festive day in which we can sit back and enjoy the Light. On Simchat Torah, we experience the revelation of all of the Light of the Torah, known as Surrounding Light. Surrounding Light is the union of past, present and future, and allows us to rise above the illusion of time to eliminate chaos from our lives. Surrounding Light is already with us, but it must be awakened to truly become a part of us. This is why, on Simchat Torah, we dance around with the Torah: The process of dancing makes the Light become part of us. And when we achieve unity with the Light, we reunite with our timeless, limitless—perfect—selves. 155 E. 48th Street,New York,NY 10017