Zohar Project Visits Largest Concentration Camp in Germany

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Zohar Project Visits Largest Concentration Camp in Germany

Kabbalah Centre
June 12, 2019
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After Lag B'omer, 30 students from all over Germany came together at Buchenwald Memorial to give a Zohar to what was the biggest concentration camp in Germany.  This was one of the biggest Zohar Project outings in Germany as of yet.

On this Zohar Project outing we read Zohar together, gave consciousness, had a meditation and worked to reveal light in one of the darkest places in history. While the experience wasn’t easy, our teachers and volunteers walked away feeling so much joy that the Zohar now has a home in a place that was once filled with so much darkness.


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