The Kabbalistic Tree of Life can be interpreted as both the map of how Creation came into being, and the Divine image in which all of Creation and Humankind are formed. This four-week course introduces the Tree of Life as a blueprint for living, as interpreted through a female Kabbalist tradition.
In this course, you will:
Each section will focus on a different part of the Tree, and participants will experience the attributes and journey through teachings, guided visualizations, embodied expression, journaling/sketching and discussion with learning partners. There will be an introductory video to be viewed before the first session and limited reading assignments each week.
* This course is a prerequisite for Secrets My Grandmother Told Me: A Wisdom School. Next Circle begins Dec, 2023.
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Rabbi Nadya is Co-Founder and Chief Programming Officer of Yerusha, a spiritual director, and congregational leader. She transmits the mystical teachings passed down from her grandmother in a two-year wisdom school: Secrets My Grandmother Told Me, serves on the faculty of Yerusha's Sage-ing® Legacy Program, and the Anamcara Project of the Sacred Art of Living Center for Spiritual Formation. She is the co-author, with Rabbi Malka Drucker, of Embracing Wisdom: Soaring in the Second Half of Life.
Kohenet Ruach D’vorah is Founding Director of The Lilith Institute. She co-directed the Women’s Spirituality MA Program, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology/Sofia University in Palo Alto, California, and founded Mishkan Shekhinah, a movable sanctuary honoring the Sacred Feminine in all traditions. Her Talking To Goddess anthology includes sacred writings of 72 women in 25 spiritual traditions. Other publications: Lilith’s Fire: Reclaiming our Sacred Lifeforce; “The Kohanot: Keepers of the Flame” in Stepping into Ourselves (Key & Cant); the Jewish priestess and Lilith entries in Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions.
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