Pisces II: The Duality of Happiness

Main Menu

Events & Classes

Main Menu


Become a Member

Find more wisdom and practices to elevate your self, your life, and the people around you. From weekly articles and videos to live-streamed and in-Centre classes and events, there is a membership plan for everyone.

View Membership Plans
Featured Membership:
Onehouse Community
  • Benefits include:
  • Join interactive webinars each week
  • Watch full-length courses on-demand
  • Enjoy discounts on events, guidance services & products*
  • And much more...
  • Join Today
  • *At participating locations. Restrictions apply.
Main Menu


Go even deeper into the wisdom of Kabbalah with personalized guidance and chart readings.
Free Consultation With a Teacher

Our dedicated instructors are here to help you navigate your spiritual journey.

Request Yours
Kabbalistic Astrology Chart Reading

Learning about our soul through an astrological chart helps to give more meaning and greater understanding to the experiences we face, the people we know, the work we do, and the forks in the road.

Book a Chart Reading
Personal Guidance – Kabbalah Centre Services

One-on-one personalized sessions with an instructor to delve deeply into an area that interests you or support where you need it most. Meetings span from relationships to tikkune to deep Zohar study, all customized especially for you.

Book a Guidance Session

Pisces II: The Duality of Happiness

Monica Berg
March 7, 2022
Like 2 Share Comments

Duality is in the air. This year, Pisces (Adar in Hebrew) appears twice on the calendar, doubling our opportunity to access the uplifting, healing Light that resides in the supernal, or celestial, sphere. This is our time to pull that positive Piscean energy down into the earthly plane to help elevate the world and bring deep, lasting happiness to ourselves and to others.

As a dual sign (with two fish swimming in opposite directions), Pisces inherently embodies the Kabbalistic idea of "holding opposites." One fish may be moodily combing the murky depths of the water; the other may be jumping out of the pond for joy. This illustrates a fundamental concept both in philosophy and in many religious studies--that everything in the world has a balancing, or opposing, side. Front and back... darkness and light... up and down... above and below. As psychologist and spiritual teacher Dr. David Sanders explains, we cannot embrace "Wholeness" without also embracing the notions of "separateness, brokenness, and all other paradoxes and opposites." No idea, object, or situation exists without another side or perspective.

...Continue reading on my weekly blog at rethinklife.today