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Kabbalah and Dreams: Your Dream Number

bethevergreenWhat are the lessons to be learned from our dreams? Dr. David Sanders, founder and director of the Kabbalah Experience, will present a lecture about how the Kabbalah fosters understanding of messages revealed through dreams. The free event, open to the community, will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 20 at Congregation Beth Evergreen, 2981 Bergen Peak Drive.

The promise of a good sleep is one that we associate with a sleep number. The Kabbalah suggests that each night we go to school and the curriculum is our dreams. The Kabbalah helps guide us to appreciate the prophetic messages that are revealed to us through our nighttime studies, among them our dream number,” Dr. Sanders says.

Dr. Sanders will present two additional workshops as part of the annual Ellen Diesenhof Scholar-in-Residence program. Both are free and open to the community.

  • 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 20 – “Diversity and Words,” an exploration of what words represent through engaging Hebrew letters and words.
  • 1 p.m. Thursday, March 21–“Kabbalah and Mussar,” comparing and contrasting the spiritual work of Kabbalah and Mussar, the Jewish study and practice of ethics and personal growth.

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