Course Overviews

Fundamentals of Kabbalah

Intermediate Kabbalah

Advanced Kabbalah

The Fundamentals of Kabbalah Course uses a unique, dual approach to teaching that activates both the mind and the heart. It consists of two parts: lessons on key Kabbalistic articles that describe the work to rise from our world to spirituality, and a course showing us the evolution from the thought of creation down to our world. Kabbalah is a very practical study - why do we act the way we do? Why is the world experiencing so many crises today? Through these two complementary components, you are led into a very personal journey of discovery as you examine your response to the writings of the greatest Kabbalists of our time. 

Fundamental Articles topics include:

  • Introduction to Kabbalah - What is (and is not) Kabbalah?
  • Who Are You? What Is Reality?
  • Where Did You Come From and Where Are You Headed?
  • Where Do Your Thoughts & Desires Come From? 
  • What Is Time, Space & Motion?
  • Can We Make World Peace A Reality?
  • Do You Have Free Will?
  • How To Advance Toward A (Much) Better Life
  • Creation & Evolution Explained: From Before The Big Bang To The Future, Final State Of Existence

Structure of Creation topics include:

  • 4 Phases of Direct Light
  • The 5 Worlds, 5 Partzufim and the Sefirot
  • The Breaking of the Vessels
  • Adam ha Rishon

Intermediate Kabbalah

 
Sample articles to be covered:
  • Sometimes Spirituality is Called a Soul
  • They Helped Every One His Friend
  • We Stand Today, All of You
  • Mighty Rock of My Salvation
  • Concerning Bestowal
  • The Need for Love of Friends

 Structure of Creation topics to be covered include:

  • 4 Phases of Direct Light
  • The 5 Worlds, 5 Partzufim and the Sefirot
  • The Breaking of the Vessels
  • Adam ha Rishon

Advanced Kabbalah

The Advanced semester is an introduction to the Graduate Program, as students are invited to join the Graduates three times a week.

Graduate Program

The on-going Graduate Course is a deep dive into Kabbalah. Class format will vary based on the needs and desires of the students, but it will always be based on the authentic sources. One class per week explores a Shamati article by Baal HaSulam. These very special articles are a collection of talks given by Baal HaSulam as recorded by his son, Rabash. Rabash carried the notebook in which he transcribed these talks with him until his dying day, at which time he passed it on to his student, Dr. Michael Laitman. Other lessons focus on the Kabbalistic meaning of familiar stories from the Torah / Bible or provide a review of a recent lesson by Dr. Michael Laitman. And sometimes, a portion of the lesson will be used to take a deeper look at the technical aspects of the Structure of Creation, including the worlds, partzufim and sephirot. A popular recent addition to the Graduate Program are the workshops, where students are able to separate into small groups of 10 to discuss guided questions on topics relevant to the practical aspects of Kabbalah.

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