Healing the Split Between the Masculine and Feminine – A Kabalistic View

Healing the split between the masculine and feminine – A Kabalistic View
And on the Fourth Day…In a beginning there were two great lights; when the moon was diminished it impacted every level of the cosmos. What does Jewish tradition teach about the abyss between masculine and feminine? Embedded in our Torah tradition is the understanding of how the feminine has been diminished and how she may come to her fullness. We will explore texts from Torah, Talmud, and Isaac Luria, to create a foundational understanding for future healing between and within ourselves. This 12-week book group will use the book written by S. Schneider on the topic. Free introductory class May 25 from 7:00 – 8:15 pm at Congregation Nevei Kodesh. Please contact charnarose@aol.com for more information.

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