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Local Boulder Kabbalist Samuel Avital discusses Kinesthetic Intelligence in this video interview.
Kinesthetic Intelligence and Kabbalah – An Interview with Samuel Avital
Devorah September 11, 2017 - 20 Elul 5777Arts & CultureComments Off on Kinesthetic Intelligence and Kabbalah – An Interview with Samuel Avital
Local Boulder Kabbalist Samuel Avital was recently interviewed on the New Thinking Allowed show with Jeffrey Mishlove. In his interview, he discusses Kinesthetic Intelligence and how it relates to the ancient art of Kabbalah. He discusses the meaning of speech and the depths of silence, and his career path in the field of mime.
Included in the interview is understanding the wisdom of the body, the secret to living movement, and how to write one’s own script in life.
Find out more by watching this fascinating interview.
Mishlove’s show features many experts on the leading edge of knowledge, with past guests such as Daniel Matt and Ram Das.
Devorah. is a student of Samuel Ben-Or Avital at Le Centre Du Silence. Samuel was born in Morocco to a family which traces its lineage to 15th Century Spain and before, passing in an unbroken line in the Sephardic tradition, the ancient beautiful and practical wisdom of the Hebrew knowledge of the Kabbalah. In 1958 he traveled to Paris to study with the Masters of Mime, Etienne Decroux and Marcel Marceau. In 1971 he founded Le Centre du Silence Mime School in Boulder, Colorado, where he currently resides.
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