Sarah Argash served in the Israeli army for two years. After her service, she attended college majoring in theatre and cinema.  Upon completion of her studies, she made a few short films and performed in the theatre.  

At 26-years-old, Sarah began looking for meaning, her search led her to volunteer with at-risk children and simultaneously she discovered The Kabbalah Centre, which provided her answers and a place to grow.  Her newfound passion drove her to become a teacher at The Kabbalah Centre.  Sarah’s experience in theatre makes her classes not only educational and inspirational, but also entertaining.  Her students are drawn to her great sense of humor.  

In the twenty years that Sarah has been a teacher she has investigated the mystical art of dream interpretation and is an authority for the Centre on understanding the messages our soul sends us at night. She has been an active force in the Kabbalah Centres located in New York, Miami, Boca Raton, Toronto, South Africa, and Israel.  

When she is not working with Kabbalah students and community, Sarah is a dedicated mother of five who never lacks time to be a great mom. In her spare time she writes children’s books and expresses her creativity through art.  She lives in Los Angeles.

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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
Kabbalah 3
Oct 22
Rachel Auerbach

The next illuminating step along our spiritual journey, Kabbalah 3 aims to help you apply kabbalistic tools to your life in a practical manner. Covering an array of life subjects, such as relationships and finances, this essential course delves into some of the more profound teachings of Kabbalah, such as the true meaning of Shabbat and the High Holidays, the benefits of the Ana Beko’ach prayer, the spiritual significance of reincarnation, and much more. Join us for a powerful course as we explore a series of complex kabbalistic concepts and tools that can take you to your next level.

7:00 pm EDT, New York - Midtown
155 E. 48th Street, New York, NY
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2019-10-22 23:00:00 2020-01-15 01:30:00 UTC Kabbalah 3 The next illuminating step along our spiritual journey, Kabbalah 3 aims to help you apply kabbalistic tools to your life in a practical manner. Covering an array of life subjects, such as relationships and finances, this essential course delves into some of the more profound teachings of Kabbalah, such as the true meaning of Shabbat and the High Holidays, the benefits of the Ana Beko’ach prayer, the spiritual significance of reincarnation, and much more. Join us for a powerful course as we explore a series of complex kabbalistic concepts and tools that can take you to your next level. 155 E. 48th Street,New York,NY 10017
Kabbalah 2
Oct 23
Benjamin Malul

In Kabbalah 1, you learned the basics of the path to fulfillment. In Kabbalah 2, things get personal. Now we begin to delve deeply into advanced topics, striving to fulfill your true purpose through your relationship with yourself, other people, and the Light. Kabbalah 2 gives you the opportunity to work with a teacher one-on-one to help you apply the teachings in a way that’s practical and relevant to your daily life. Join us as we delve into profound concepts from ancient texts, such as the five levels of the soul, and engage in relationship workshops and kabbalistic meditations for transforming your stress into success. This is where we start to truly live Kabbalah.

7:00 pm EDT, New York - Midtown
155 E. 48th Street, New York, NY
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2019-10-23 23:00:00 2020-01-09 01:30:00 UTC Kabbalah 2 In Kabbalah 1, you learned the basics of the path to fulfillment. In Kabbalah 2, things get personal. Now we begin to delve deeply into advanced topics, striving to fulfill your true purpose through your relationship with yourself, other people, and the Light. Kabbalah 2 gives you the opportunity to work with a teacher one-on-one to help you apply the teachings in a way that’s practical and relevant to your daily life. Join us as we delve into profound concepts from ancient texts, such as the five levels of the soul, and engage in relationship workshops and kabbalistic meditations for transforming your stress into success. This is where we start to truly live Kabbalah. 155 E. 48th Street,New York,NY 10017