Kabbalah explains that there is a duality to reality. There is a seen dimension (the physical world) and an unseen dimension (the spiritual world). Our souls are from the spiritual world, living in bodies of the physical world. Kabbalistic wisdom explores both worlds and the role of humanity as the bridge. Curious about learning more? The Kabbalah Centre, Washington, DC is beginning a new introductory course on July 13 at 7:30 pm in DuPont Circle that will expand your perception and help you to connect the spiritual dots that show up at every moment of daily life. The Kabbalah Centre invites you to a free introductory lecture in Dupont Circle on July 13th at 7:30 pm.
The Kabbalah One introductory course is a paradigm-shifting 10-week course that reveals the secrets to all kabbalistic teachings, the golden rules you can master if you seek more fulfillment in your life. It shows you ways around the limitations of rational thought and pushes you beyond your box. The kabbalistic lens offers a rarely seen perspective by which you can dramatically improve the quality of your life – and the world around you.
The word Kabbalah means, “receiving.” It describes a spiritual practice, a set of tools available to everyone. These tools will empower you to receive a life full of joy, clarity and lifelong fulfillment.
The Kabbalah Centre has been translating ancient texts and making this wisdom available since 1922. Everything taught at The Kabbalah Centre comes from ancient and sacred sources such as the Zohar, the Writings of the Ari (Rav Isaac Luria), and the other Master Kabbalists in this lineage.
The Kabbalah Centre teaches Kabbalah is in a progression that allows students to learn and internalize the deepest concepts, once only understood by scholars. It was in 1968, when Rav Berg, together with Karen Berg, formed this progressive study method and created a place where people can learn, apply what they learn, and become part of a like-minded yet diverse community.
The Kabbalah Centre is pleased to offer a free introductory lecture to Kabbalah on Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 7:30 pm in DuPont Circle at The Sky Lounge at the Hepburn Building – 1901 Connecticut Ave NW (Entrance is next to the Washington Hilton Ballroom on T Street NW). For full details and to reserve your seat please see: http://discover.kabbalah.com/dc/.