A Mystical Kabbalah Experience Embraced by Et Ratzon

Conscious Learning CommunityShabbat (Saturday) afternoon is a mystical time in the Jewish tradition and Kabbalah. It is the time when Love radiates and fills our world, overriding the control of Judgement. This time is called: “Et Ratzon” time of Good Will. We eat “the Third Meal” (Se’udah Shlishit), which is a light meal that celebrates the joy of united Body and Soul at that time, and bask in words of Torah.

This Shabbat Minchah event with Ziva Moyal and Rabbi Ori Har will take place on Saturday, May 4th, 4:00-6:00 pm at Conscious Learning Community, 3982 Arbol Ct., Boulder, CO 80301.

While enjoying a light meal of Se’udah Shlishit together, we will take advantage of this auspicious time, when the doors of Grace are open, allowing us to receive what we cannot at other times, to learn how the wondrous workings of Good and Evil intertwine with that of the All-Loving Benevolent One.

Suggested donation: $10. Pre-registration is required and please bring with you a snack to share.

A seven week class exploring this subject in depth, will follow later in May, for registration and information please contact
Ziva Moyal at: 720-465-9030 or zivam@comcast.net

About Ori Har DiGennaro

Rabbi Ori Har received ordination as Mashpi'ah Ruchanit, Sage-ing Mentor and Rabbi from ALEPH - Alliance for Jewish Renewal. She co-founded and directs the Center for Spiritual Friendship in Boulder - an interfaith center for Hashpa'ah in many forms. She serves as a spiritual director for individuals, and groups, as well as leading Sage-ing workshops. Reb Ori is also a practitioner of Embodied Torah and devotional dance, and is on faculty in The Embodying Spirit Training Program. Ori has been an adult educator of Biblical Hebrew, Torah and meditation for over twenty years, and is the author of "God Speaks Here and Now: A Guide for Living." A native of Israel now living in Boulder, CO, Reb Ori is married, has two children, two step-children and is a Savta of two grandchildren. Visit our website www.conscious-learning-community.com

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