Fall Semester 2018
September 24 – December 7
Become a Kabbalah Experience Member
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LIVE courses and SELF STUDY Materials.
While we feel that having background for each subsequent course is always helpful, you may take any course you like. Please note that the advanced courses require completion of the 4 levels of study. An overview of the levels of study can be viewed here or jump to course selection here.
You can attend these courses in person at our education center in Denver or join in remotely through Zoom video conferencing. Please scroll down for current course offerings. You will be able to select your desired time slot and choose your preferred method of attendance.
ONLINE PAYMENT POLICY: To save on administrative costs, KE asks that all registrations be paid online. Thank you for your cooperation.
SCHOLARSHIPS & PAYMENT PLANS: As a nonprofit organization, KE relies upon tuition to support operations. However, if you cannot afford the full registration fee OR if you need to make a payment plan, please contact Deanna at KE headquarters: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DISCOUNT: This year, in an effort to introduce more people to Transformational Kabbalah, we are offering a Kindred Spirit Discount. If you register a friend or family member at the same time as your own registration, YOU will save $25.
Kindred Spirit Discount*
○ LEVEL I: UNSEEN REALITY
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.
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.
○ LEVEL II: INNER TRANSFORMATION
In this first semester of 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 are profound 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?
○ LEVEL III: PATH OF AWARENESS
Returning to the Tree of Life we learn the 11 Kabbalistic practices of awareness (Base, Core and Subtle). Base of Awareness focuses on four practices connected to the four lower Sefirot on the Tree of Life: The most basic awareness is mirror awareness- the practice of paying attention to what shows up in our life (Malchut). The foundational awareness is being in the present, which includes fully integrating both past and future in this moment (Yesod). The next practices of awareness help us to navigate the balance between acceptance for what is (Hod) and the pursuit of our intentions, what can be (Netzach).
○ LEVEL IV: Human Narrative Transformed
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. Readings to be discussed include Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Harari, Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond, and Kibbutz: Socialism’s Last Stand by Joshua Muravchik.
○ LEVEL V: CONSCIOUSNESS EVOLVING
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.
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.