Fall Semester 2021

October 11 - December 17

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Class calendar overview

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Free Introductory Courses

Are you ready for a Transformative Experience? Join us for a free introductory class to Kabbalah.  

Each spiritual path is different. You want to walk more authentically through your days. Some benefit from new insight that unblocks them and calls them to change. Some find peace in the community of others seeking spiritual fellowship. Whatever the point of entry, there is meaning and direction to be found in the unseen realm. Kabbalah Experience opens that door and invites you to explore the physical and spiritual with a new eye. To study with us is to experience the world opening up to greater possibilities for yourself and humanity.


These classes will be offered on-line and in-person.

Free Intro Classes will be held the weeks of September 27 and October 4.

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Are you interested in learning more about Kabbalah Experience?
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June 24, 26-27, 2019

Soul: The study of Kabbalah enables us to discover what is hidden from our perception in plain sight. In this introduction to the basic teachings of the Kabbalah you learn to see beyond habituated and constricted thinking and become open to experiencing the connectivity of all of created reality—what is known in physics as Quantum Entanglement, in Depth Psychology as Synchronicity and in Kabbalah as Soul Connections. Free Introductory Course Available!

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Monday 9-10:15am MST/ 11-12:15pm EST 10/11 – 12/13
  • Tuesday 1:30 – 2:45pm MST/ 3:30 – 4:45pm EST 10/12 – 12/14

Instructor: Rabbi Jamie Arnold

  • Wednesday 9-10:15am MST/ 11-12:15pm EST 10/13- 12/15
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Space- Understanding the Tree of Life: A key to consciousness in Kabbalah is the Tree of Life, a visual map of how infinite and finite flow into and from each other. We enter places, form relationships and pursue projects often with little understanding of how they come about, their meaning and the relevance of seeing beyond what manifests. In this introduction to the Tree of Life we learn about and then practice incorporating this system of energy flow in all our interactions. Free Introductory Course Available!

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Monday 3-4:15pm MST/ 5-6:15pm EST 10/11-12/13
  • Wednesday 12-1:15pm MST/ 2-3:15pm EST 10/11-12/13
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Masks- Who are You?: Who Are You?: In this first semester of In Inner Transformation you are challenged to strip away your previous understandings of who you are and explore the relationship between your outer selves, inner selves and your essence. The Kabbalah teachings have a profound interest in revealing the masks (ie. selves, identifications, roles), you wear to ensure that you can answer the question: Are you wearing the mask or is the mask wearing you? What was oblivious now becomes obvious.

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Mondays 11:30-12:45pm MST/ 1:30-2:45pm EST 10/11 – 12/13
  • Tuesdays 12-1:15pm MST/ 2-3:15pm EST 10/12 – 12/14
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Human Narrative: What are the presumptive stories that set human beings in a hierarchical relationship that is both separate and above?  In what ways has religion and our notions of God contributed to this narrative? To see how we participate in these stories it is necessary to penetrate the stories of our human culture that have led to religious fundamentalism, racism, sexism, slavery, class inequality, species dominance, overpopulation and polluting the planet

Instructor: Dr. David Sanders

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Thursdays 8:30–9:45am MST/ 10:30-11:45am EST 10/14-12/16
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Advanced and Special Classes

Much Ado About Nothing and Something: All spiritual traditions seek the source of our existence in the no-thing. Kabbalah’s core concept of Holding Opposites leads us to appreciate that we are both no-thing and something arising simultaneously. We will explore the higher realms of the Sefirot of Keter (Crown) called Ayin, a meditative state to be entered into on our spiritual journeys. On a practical level, when we master Ayin- no-thingness, we alter our reactivity to the emotions and thoughts that challenge us.

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Mondays 12–1:15pm MST/ 2–3:15pm EST 10/11 – 12/13
  • Mondays 1:30–2:45pm MST/ 3:30-4:45pm EST 10/11 – 12/13
  • Mondays 3-4:15pm MST/ 5-6:15pm EST  10/11 – 12/13
  • Tuesdays 1:30-2:45pm MST/ 3:30-4:45pm EST 10/12 – 12/14

Instructor:  Dr. David Sanders

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The Torah of the Stars: An Introduction to Kabbalah and Western Astrology: “And He took him outside and said, ‘Now look toward the heavens, and count the stars, if you are able to count them.’ And He said to him, ‘So shall your descendants be.’” (Genesis 15:5). For generations, people have looked to the night sky for answers. Why am I here? Where did I come from? Where am I going? Entire mythological narratives have blossomed from the rise and fall of the Sun, the waxing and the waning of the Moon, and the shapes of the constellations. Jewish traditions are no exception.

In this course, we invite you to enter the celestial realm of Western Astrology using a Kabbalistic lens—learn about the history of Judaism and astrology; get to know the planets, the signs, and the astrologic houses; peer into and explore your own natal birth chart; and open yourself up to your soul’s journey. Join us as we learn to read the stars above like the Torah below.

This class will be offered only on ZOOM videoconference

  • Tuesdays 10 am - 11:15am Mountain/ 12 noon - 1:15pm Eastern

Instructor:  Elisa Robyn, PhD and Luke Colaciello

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Sefer Yetzirah: The oldest known text on Jewish Mysticism is Sefer Yetzirah—The Book of Formation that was, in an earlier form known and studied in first or second century. It contains the first mention of the Sefirot which later would be constructed by the Kabbalists in the 12th century into the Tree of Life. While the content of the book centers on the Hebrew alphabet as the building blocks of creation, others see the text as a manual for meditative practice. We will integrate these approaches. 

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Tuesdays 12–1:15pm MST/ 2–3:15pm EST 10/12-12/14

Instructor: Dr. David Sanders

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Exploring the Torah through a Hasidic Lens: Many of us are familiar with the cycle of weekly Torah readings that span the year beginning on the Shabbat following Simchat Torah.  Less well known are the multitude of commentaries that the Hasidic masters and other rabbis and scholars have developed over the centuries to examine the profound spiritual and kabbalistic teachings that underpin these foundational Biblical passages, and their meaning for us and our lives today. Join us as we examine the book of Genesis / Bereishit through a Hasidic lens. Note: Students should bring a Bible to class.

This class is held weekly on-line:

  • Tuesdays 7-8:15 pm MST/ 9-10:15pm EST 10/12-12/14

Instructor: Sue Parker Gerson

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Mussar and Kabbalah: Mussar is a path of contemplative practices and exercises that help you become aware of the habit patterns that stop you from fulfilling you fullest potential. Through your study of Mussar you identify and refine your character traits. While Mussar has its own language and integrity, it has many parallels teachings to Kabbalah. If you have never heard of Mussar here is your opportunity to learn its practical wisdom from a master teacher.

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Wednesdays 10:30-11:45 AM MST/ 12:30-1:45 PM EST 10/13 – 12/15

Instructor: Rabbi Jamie Arnold

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Finding Light in Darkness:

There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in.

~ Leonard Cohen

Please join us for this workshop on Kabbalistic and contemporary sources and conversations about light, darkness, hope, grief and resilience.

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Wednesdays 1:30–2:45pm MST/ 3:30–4:45pm EST 10/13-12/15

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

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Kabbalah and Meditation: What is meditation?  How to do it?  And Why? The potential physical, psychological, and spiritual benefits of a regular meditation practice are now well documented.  And for me, it’s all about awareness and agency.  This workshop is designed for beginners, and to borrow wisdom from Zen master Shunryu Suzuki, in meditation (and life) we do well to cultivate a “beginner’s mind.”

This class will be offered on-line and in-person.

  • Fridays 9:30–10:45am MST/ 11:30–12:45am EST 10/15-12/17

Instructor: Rabbi Jamie Arnold

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