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Rabbi Avraham Sutton at Aish Kodesh

Rabbi Avraham Sutton

Rabbi Avraham Sutton of Jerusalem will be teaching on the topic of his latest book, “Spiritual Technology,” Sunday January 19, at 8:00 pm at Boulder Aish Kodesh located at 1545 Cherryvale Road.

Born in 1949 in Los Angeles to Syrian Sefardic parents, he graduated from the University of California with a major in “Communication” (which included the History of Religion and Mythology, History of Consciousness, and the Psychology of Dreams and the Soul). In 1974, after spending the next two years in Los Angeles rediscovering his Jewish roots, he traveled to Israel to study Torah in a yeshivah for the first time. This was the beginning of an intense 11-year period during which he married and began raising a family, and learned from and bondedwith some of the great teachers of Jerusalem.

Rabbi Sutton is the author of many books and edited the comprehensive introduction to kabbalah, “Inner Space,” by  Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan.

About Lev Ettelson

Reb Lev Ettelson serves the Jewish community of Boulder as a teacher and Ba'al Tefillah (prayer leader).

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