The Sochi Winter Olympics were the first Olympic Games to be held in Russia since the breakup of the former Soviet Union. To provide Light and protection for the Games, the Zohar Project Russia disseminated Zohars to athletes, officials, security, fans, and to participants in the Winter Paralympics.
“We think that sports are very important for the Zohar Project,” says a Moscow Centre student, “Because sport primarily means overcoming yourself and the removal of restrictions.” Seven volunteers from The Kabbalah Centre – Moscow distributed Zohars in Sochi before the Olympics began. Their goal was to cover Sochi and all of its Olympic venues with the protection of the Zohar. “We didn’t choose to whom we presented the Zohar, rather, our idea was to present it to all of the Russian teams before the Olympics,” says the student.
The Zohar Project volunteers placed Zohars in Olympic sites throughout Sochi, including the Rosa Khutor extreme park, the Ice Cube arena, the... Read More