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Winter Semester 2021

January 11-March 22

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Class calendar overview

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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.

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald


Monday 12:00 - 1:15pm MST, Jan 11 - March 22 

Thursday 12:00 - 1:15pm MST, Jan 14 - March 18 

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Space - The Tree of Life: All of physical reality is layered and flows down from higher worlds. The Tree of Life is the basic map of spiritual reality unique to the Kabbalah. It describes the process of the infinite becoming manifest as finite reality.  Students learn to apply the Tree of Life as a tool to change the metaphors of their lives.

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

Monday 3:00 - 4:15pm MST, Jan 11 - March 22 

Tuesday 12:00 - 1:15pm MST, Jan 12 - March 16 

 

Instructor: Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Wednesday 9:00am - 10:15 am MST, Jan 13 - March 17

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Why Are You?: We return to the Tree of Life (Space) and focus on the “abstract” story level of our lives through engaging in metaphor work. The key to this inquiry is the realization that we are all living inside of the metaphors (stories) we have created or have been created for us with the practical implication of choosing, modifying or changing those stories.

Prerequisite: Masks: Who are you?

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

Thursday 8:30 - 9:45am MST, Jan 14-March 18

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Core of Awareness: In continuing our awareness practice using the Tree of Life as a map, we explore a central teaching of Kabbalah of Holding Opposites. Through applying the wisdom of Holding Opposites, we expand our ability to engage in a more open and honest relationship with the polarities that exist throughout life, within others and within ourselves

Instructor: Dr. David Sanders

Monday 12:00 - 1:15pm MST,  Jan 11 - March 22

Monday 1:30 - 2:45pm MST, Jan 11 - March 22

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Resolving Opposites: Resolving Opposites is an invitation to deepen understanding of our core awareness practice of Holding Opposites.  We find ourselves in a moment of division, challenged to find common ground and purpose with others who do not share our views. The ability to create harmony is the central practice of Kabbalah and relates to privileging peace over truth. That will be our task.

Instructor: David Sanders

Monday 9:00 am - 10:15am MST, Jan 11 - March 22

Monday 3:00pm - 4:15pm MST, Jan 11 - March 22

Tuesday  1:30pm - 2:45pm MST, Jan 12 - March 16

Wednesday 10:30am - 11:45am MST, Jan 13 - March 17

Friday 9:30am - 10:45am MST, Jan 11 - March 19

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Music of the Jewish Mystics:  Join musician Hal Aqua for a journey through mystical Judaism, expressed through an eclectic array of tunes, songs and chants from ancient to contemporary sources. The class will be highly experiential -- with participation encouraged in singing, chanting, and meditative exercises -- as well as study-based. Our curriculum will include Kabbalat Shabbat songs from the S’fat Kabbalists, Chasidic niggunim, Sephardic Eliyahu songs in Ladino, Mizrahi trance chants in Judeo-Arabic, works by contemporary Jewish songwriters, and much more.

Instructor: Hal Aqua

Wednesday 12:00 - 1:15pm MST, Jan 13 - March 17

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Introduction to Zohar: Uncovering the Mystical Secrets of Familiar Torah Passages: If you’ve spent any time at all studying Kabbalah (and even if you have not), you’ve likely heard of the Zohar, the Book of Splendor. Here’s a chance to learn more about the origins of the study of mysticism, foundations of the Zohar itself, and important lessons drawn out from familiar stories in the Torah through a mystical lens.

Required textbook: Zohar: Annotated & Explained, translation & annotation by Dr. Daniel C. Matt (2002)

Buy the book:

http://www.jewishlights.com/page/product/978-1-893361-51-5

Note: This is a small 130-page paperback; prices range from $13 (Kindle) to $19 (independent booksellers)

Instructor: Sue Parker Gerson

Tuesday 7:00 - 8:15pm MST, Jan 12 - March 16

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The Book of Psalms: Biblical Poetry re-read through a kabbalistic lens

For centuries, practitioners from various faith traditions have turned to the Book of Psalms for inspiration and beauty, for solace and healing.  Yet, many modern readers find the psalms impenetrable -- filled as it is with conventional, patriarchal and even militant images of the divine.  History tells us that the sages who compiled and composed much of the Jewish prayerbook [siddur] were kabbalists.  Why then did they draw so extensively on the biblical psalms?

In this new series, we will shine a fresh light on the Book of Psalms, interpreting this ancient poetry (especially its use of different names for God) through the wisdom of kabbalah.  We will also try our hand at both retranslating, reciting, and writing our own psalms.  Join us in the powerful practice of engaging the psalmists' words (and some melodies) as tools for meditative introspection, wondrous expression, and intentional spiritual discipline.

No prior study of kabbalah or psalms is required.

Instructor: Rabbi jamie Arnold

Friday 9:30am - 10:45am MST, Jan 15 - March 19

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Advanced Kabbalah: For students completing the 4-year curriculum advanced study reflects the creation of a conscious community committed to each other’s spiritual growth. Prompts that stimulate reflection and discussion come from teacher and student alike with life experiences being the catalyst for the further practice of deepening awareness. 

*Enrollment in this class by instructor approval

Instructor: Dr. David Sanders

Wednesday 9:00 - 10:15am MST, Jan 13 - March 17

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Mussar & Kabbalah: Mussar is a path of contemplative practices and exercises that help you become aware of the habit patterns that stop you from fulfilling your 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.

Instructor: Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Wednesday 10:30 - 11:45am MST, Jan 13 - March 17

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Morning Meditation: Finding Light in Darkness: Ours is a world of dualities, of light best perceived when contrasted with darkness. The task of the Kabbalist is to uncover the unity that holds and surrounds all duality. This winter, as darkness moves towards light, start your Tuesdays with Rabbi Sara Brandes, for 45 inspirational minutes of meditation practice, honoring both the duality and the unity in our lives and the world.

Instructor: Rabbi Sara Brandes

Tuesday 9:00 - 9:45am MST, Jan 12 - March 16

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Gifts of Imperfection - Brene Brown and Kabbalah: Dr. Brene Brown’s teachings on vulnerability, courage, worthiness and shame, will serve as the text, and Kabbalah will serve as the commentary. We will engage together in this guide to living a whole-hearted life, weaving Dr. Brown's research and anecdotes, with the timeless teachings of Kabbalah.

Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

Tuesday 9:00 - 10:15am MST, Jan 12 - March 16

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RMCCN And Kabbalah Experience Present: The Inner Journey of Racial Healing

The inner work and the collective community work are reciprocally bound together, as Tikkun Ha’nefesh repair of our own soul and Tikkun Olam. repair of our world. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Beloved Community, Valarie Kaur’s Revolutionary Love, and John Lewis’ Radical Love call us to live this work rather than do this work.

Instructor: Susan Kaplan

Sunday, Jan 31- 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm MST

plus 4 Thursdays Feb 4th – 25th 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm MST

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