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Working for Revelation: A Journey through the Sefirot

Hosted By: ZIVUG

After the sweet heights of Pesach, we count the Omer—the 49 days between redemption from Egypt and the revelation at Mt. Sinai—an invitation to do the spiritual work that opens up the pathways from humanity to Divinity (and back).

Join rabbis David Curiel and Getzel Davis in a deepened exploration of the lower sefirot (qualities of God, self and connection) in kabbalah. Each week we will explore that week’s sefirah through text, soul and self, including spiritual practices to enrich the journey.

Open to all regardless of Jewish status or training.

The cost listed is for the entire series, Thursdays, April 1-May 13.

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Rabbi Getzel Davis

Rabbi Getzel Davis is founder of ZIVUG. He works as a rabbi and educator at Harvard Hillel and also as an Harvard University Chaplain, where much of his work is to engage unobservant students. He is also the adviser for the Conservative Minyan, teaches regular classes, and counsels students, faculty, and community members. Rabbi Getzel is also the founder and executive director of Unorthodox Celebrations, a service that connects unaffiliated Jews with inspiring rabbis and cantors nationwide to facilitate meaningful weddings, bar mitzvahs and baby namings.
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