“What’s my purpose?”, “Why is my soul here?”, or “How do I make an impact in the world?” The journey toward discovering life’s purpose, and the purpose of our lives, is what you can experience in the foundational courses of Kabbalah.
Kabbalah is the power, the structure, and the root of all things. Kabbalah reveals how things happen, and more importantly, why things happen. If you're looking for more out of life, Kabbalah 1 is your first step to achieving it. Embark on your spiritual journey to unlock:
Kabbalah 2 is about fulfilling your true purpose through your relationship to yourself, to others, and to the Creator. In this 10-week journey, you will:
This essential course delves into some of the more profound teachings of Kabbalah, including:
In Kabbalah 4, we come together to share weekly inspiration on how to focus our thoughts and consciousness to grab the opportunities that come our way and plant a positive seed for the week to come. We delve into a variety of advanced kabbalistic teachings, diving deeper into the weekly Zohar portions and the works of great kabbalists such as Rav Ashlag and Rav Berg. Discover how applying this wisdom to your daily life, relationships, and general interactions brings you to a higher level of joy and fulfillment. Some of the topics we explore are:
The next step on our spiritual journey is a deep dive into the most profound teachings of two of history’s most illustrious and elevated kabbalists, Rav Isaac Luria (the Ari) and Rav Ashlag. Having earned wide acclaim for his prodigious capacity for spiritual study and understanding, the Ari wrote a historic commentary on the Zohar that explained some of the most important kabbalistic ideas and practices used today, including the concept of Tikkune, or correction of the soul. Rav Ashlag founded The Kabbalah Centre and dedicated his entire life to bringing the wisdom of Kabbalah to anyone willing to learn. His wisdom and teachings paved the way for modern kabbalistic thought and practice. Here you will learn about more challenging concepts and tools such as: