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Originally from Haifa, Israel, Yosef Shneor was searching for meaning after a painful personal event in his life. In 1997, he found a flier for The Kabbalah Centre in the street, and with it, he found his answers.
As a landscape architect in Israel, he managed many big projects. However, in 2002, he realized that his true calling was as a Kabbalah Teacher. Striving constantly to become his best self, he works tirelessly for the Light, believing in the power the tools of Kabbalah offer to bring about personal transformation, and seeing his students' lives change right before his eyes.
In addition to his deep study of Kabbalah, Yosef likes to write poems and draw. He currently lives in Israel with his wife and son.
The Zohar teaches that every week of the year has its own unique energy that – when channeled through spiritual work – can assist us in every aspect of our life. As we grow and apply the power of each week’s energy to our life, we begin to experience a change in our consciousness, which in turn allows us to see the world through a much larger lens and generate major shifts in our lives. Everyday life looks a lot different when you’re tuned in to the big picture, as the change in perspective allows you to shed the trivial, overcome challenges and take control – week by week – of every facet of your life.
Kabbalah 1 is a paradigm-shifting course that reveals the secrets of kabbalistic teachings, the golden rules you can master if you seek more fulfillment in your life. Kabbalah explains that there is the world that we see (the physical world) and a much larger realm, just as real, that is unseen (the spiritual world). We are souls from the spiritual world living in bodies of the physical world. The wisdom of Kabbalah explores both, explaining the spiritual laws of the universe in order to improve and enhance our life experience in this world.
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.