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Mussar and Kabbalah

Hosted By: Kabbalah Experience

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.

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Teacher

Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Rabbi Benjamin (“Jamie”) Arnold has been a student of mysticism, Buddhism, meditation and Kabbalah and the teachings of Mussar for more than 25 years. He has served as a congregational rabbi and teacher since 1997, and came to Congregation Beth Evergreen in Colorado as their first full-time rabbi in 2005.
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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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Discover More

What Is Mussar?

A history and overview of this virtues-based approach to Jewish ethics and character development.

What is Jewish Meditation?

"Truly, you are where your mind is,” taught the Baal Shem Tov.

Integrating Knowledge

Knowledge of God does not always translate into actions.