Tag Archives: Kabbalah

Teaching on Reb Zalman’s 8th Yahrzeit, by Rabbi Diane

For me, this is what a Jewish Renewal community should strive to be: a place that grants us roots in tradition and gives us permission and structure to envision the next turning.

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Trees of Life: Explore Kabbalistic Sefirot

Have you wondered what Kabbalah is and how it can fit into your life? Many of us have and now we can learn with Rabbi Shavit Lonstein and other like-minded adults who are eager to embark on an adventure of mind and spirit as we explore spirituality and Jewish wisdom.

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“Kabbalah and the Big Bang” with Kabbalah Scholar Daniel Matt

Congregation Har HaShem, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Scientists in Synagogues, and the University of Colorado’s Program in Jewish Studies and Department of Religious Studies welcome Professor Daniel Matt, renowned Kabbalah scholar and translator, for a series of talks in Boulder.

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Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend—Or Are They?

The Story of Arle de León, a Medieval Spanish-Jewish Wise Woman. Henry Rasof offers this not-Purimspeil, which may or may not be a continuation of last year's Purimspeil, or at least, includes some elements or references thereto. Enjoy!

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Kabbalah Class with Charna

In this class, Charna will explore the overall place of kabbalah in Jewish thought, review the major texts involved, and look at some key tenets of the tradition.

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