One of the most common questions I’m asked by students of Kabbalahis: how can I create miracles in my life? Ancient kabbalists teach that sharing, especially giving to charity, is one of the greatest tools we have to create miracles in this world. When we give to people suffering from lack, whether physically and/or spiritually, we become like the Light. We can create miracles. It is the mission of The Kabbalah Centre to bring Light into the darkness of those who need it the most, and I hope we inspire and empower you to do so as well.
Over the last two months, our Kabbalah Centre teachers around the world opened nine Kabbalah 1 courses in Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian. Together we have reached over 5,000 students with our Global Kabbalah 1 in Spanish, boasting registration numbers of nearly 1,300 students.
In the United States, we launched the first 6-week Global Kabbalah 1 Course with Eitan Yardeni, and the feedback has been outstanding! Deep and fast-paced, students are connecting to the curriculum in a big way. It’s a nice reminder to appreciate humanity’s evolution towards spirituality.
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, all of our students are able to connect near and far to this wisdom entirely on a pay-what-you-can basis.
Our community has recently come together in very special ways to celebrate my mother, Karen. Whether on Tu b’Av or on her 30th Day of Elevation, over 2,000 friends came out to show their support. The love I’ve felt from you has been undeniable and profound. Thank you.
As I shared in the last update, we’ve launched The Karen Berg Scholarship Fund in her honor. This initiative sponsors students with a Onehouse Community Membership on kabbalah.com. We’re averaging 100 applications a week and estimate needing 5,000 more to be able to take care of all the requests throughout the next year. Through campaigns like the Share to Receive: High Holiday Prep Series, I’m happy to share that we’re over two-thirds of the way to reaching our goal. Thank you for your support and for being the seed of someone else’s transformation, especially in challenging times.
To learn more about The Karen Berg Scholarship Fund, please click here.
Our team of staff and teachers have been busy working to share new content that’s fresh and diverse. Over 23 new classes, seminars, and events were launched throughout the last two months. Topics include angels, parenting, kabbalistic tools for anxiety, and lessons from the Rav and Karen. I’m especially excited about our expansion in live Spanish dubbing during our live streams like Shabbat lectures and the High Holidays. This not only highlights the growth of our Spanish community but also the unification of our global community connecting with the same message as one soul.
Whether this is the first year you joined or the first year you were home, this year was unique in that everyone’s experience of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur was a little different than before. Nonetheless, in a very special way, more of us were connecting together. This year, over 5,700 households (often including more than one person and sometimes entire families) around the world connected online to Rosh Hashanah and over 4,100 to Yom Kippur. Our Spanish community was additionally part of our stream with live Spanish translations, bringing us all closer together.
Now, perhaps more than ever, is the time to make that extra effort to make a change for yourself and the world. And as the wisdom of Kabbalah teaches, there’s no better way to transform our reality than to share. Thank you for considering support of The Kabbalah Centre.