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From Boy to Joy

  The innovations of the Kabbalists in Tzfat some 500 years ago were often based on observations that led to their intuitive insights. In this regard, they were as much …

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Embracing the Bet

As my family and I move from our first High Holiday season without our son Koby,(z”l) into our second, I am keenly aware of the energy that is manifesting around …

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Ain’t Just Whistling Dixie

Greta Thunberg, climate change activist

Blog by Dr. David Sanders At the end of the film Titanic, as she lay half-conscious on a makeshift raft, Rose extends her reach to grab a whistle out of …

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Gratitude

In the ‘Eleven Principles of Kabbalah Experience’, we invite gratitude. Accept reality as it is. Live with a deep sense of gratitude. Seek and offer forgiveness in your everyday experiences. …

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I WASN’T GOING TO VISIT DACHAU

Guest Blog: Kathleen O’Brien My husband is half-Jewish, so he felt he needed to see it.  I didn’t want him to go alone so I went with him.  It turns …

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Showing up, KE Style

What would it look like to you, if you found new ways to show up?What would it look like in your life, if you showed up in new ways at …

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Kabbalah Experience Evolves

Many of you have heard that Kabbalah Experience is restructuring its staff. Teacher Melanie Gruenwald will be the new Executive Director and our founder, Dr. David Sanders, will assume the …

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The Stream of Conscious Living

I was met with a blank stare. It was early morning and there wasn’t anyone else in the store. I placed my black boxed eggs on the counter and explained …

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Obtuse Angles

Kabbalah Experience was one of many community partners at the Israel Walk and Festival this past Sunday. As we ended a slow walk alongside early morning joggers at Washington Park …