This class is 3 weeks long.
One strength of Kabbalah is its deep contemplation of the nature of God. Rabbi David Cooper wrote, “The closest we can come to thinking about God is as a process rather than a being. We can think of it as ‘be-ing,’ as verb rather than noun. Perhaps we would understand the process better if we renamed God. We might call It God-ing, a process, rather than God, which suggests a noun.”
Join us in Introduction to Kabbalah, contemplate God with us, and see if some of your concepts do not fall away as you grasp the meaning of Reality.
In this class you will learn:
1. The participant will consider the question “What is God?” deeply from more than one Kabbalistic point of view.
2. The participant will contemplate the Kabbalistic teaching of “ongoing creation” and, with awareness of this spiritual law, determine how he/she wants to live/be.
3. The participant will contemplate and become clear on the difference between spiritual belief and spiritual practice.
Wednesday evenings, February 22 – March 8, 2017 from 9:30pm-11:30pm ET, 6:30-8:30pm Pacific.
Homework begins February 16.
Facilitator: Rev. Kelly Barber
Cost is $60.
Textbook needed is The Way by Michael Berg.
Class is offered in PalTalk. Familiarity with PalTalk is helpful.
Registration closes on Monday, February 13.
For more information on this class, click here.