Introduction to Kabbalah
“The Inner World of the Kabbalist” is the basic course in Kabbalah, an introduction to the wisdom of Kabbalah and the world of the Kabbalist. The course teaches Kabbalah’s world of concepts in a simple way for beginners.
The course goal is to achieve a change and improvement in the daily life of the student – positive thinking, coping with challenges, fulfilling the personal potential and understanding the secret of happiness and satisfaction.
Reality and Illusion, the True World (Olam HaEmet) vs. The False Reality of the bodily senses and mind.
The Language of Branches – The Special Language of the Kabbalists
The Desire and its Fulfillment
How did it all begin? The Creation of the Universe, The Source of all Souls, What is every Soul made of?
The Big Bang Theory vs. Rabbi Isaac Luria’s Tsimtsum Theory.
What is the source of Evil in this world? The real motivation of the soul vs. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Good and Evil, Good Inclination and Evil Inclination: Duality as the Source for the Meaning of Life. Free Will: Logic vs. Faith.
The Tikun doctrine: How everyday’s life is a mirror of the journey the soul is taking. Why do bad things happen to Good People? The Rules of Cause and Effect, Reincarnation in Kabbalistic Teachings.
Being a Creator – How to understand feelings and emotions? How can we tell between good and evil? The guidance to define negative emotions and the way to transform them.
Tools for spiritual change:
- Our community.
- The Hebrew letters as an expression of hidden cosmic forces and invisible frequencies – the building blocks of our reality. The marvelous story of the 72 names of the Creator through the unofficial history of the world.
Basics in Kabbalistic Meditations.
The Name of 42 Letters, The “Ana VeKho’ah” – one of the major holy metitation in the Jewish mystical world.
“Ets Ha’Haim” – The Tree of Life, Sefirot and Olamot (Worlds).
How is it that The Creator never changes but it looks like He does?
The Cosmology of Good & Evil
The Myths of Messiah, Resurrection of the Dead and the Hebrew Calendar. Prophets of the end of days according to the Kabbalah and the ability to differ between false believes and a guidance to a better future.
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