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Introduction to Dreams and Kabbalah

Hosted By: Kabbalah Experience

Introduction to Dreams and Kabbalah
Dreams & Kabbalah: “A dream not interpreted is like a letter not read.” This quote is not from Freud or Jung but from the Zohar, the classic medieval Kabbalah text connecting dreams and our spiritual growth. We spend an average of 9 years dreaming. What do our dreams reflect to us of our experience? How are dreams guides for our emotional and spiritual development? Come and see the significance of dreams. Journaling and sharing your dreams helps you apply the Kabbalah dream framework.

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Kabbalah Experience

Kabbalah Experience (KE) is a center for adult spiritual education. We study the timeless principles of Jewish mysticism, meshed with psychology, other faith traditions, contemporary thought, and science to help people live with a greater sense of awareness and connection. Our weekly classes are offered on Zoom, and we are thrilled to be engaging students and faculty across the globe. KE offers live-study, self-study classes, special events, and weekly 'drop-in' experience and learning.
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