Expanding Kabbalah

I’ve been teaching Kabbalah for almost 10 years, I think. It’s a universal system that transcends belief structures, but most of the information out there is based on Abrahamic tradition. I’ve got some Gnostic in me, so that part isn’t completely dissonant, and I still strive to find a way to present the information in a broader framework. To that end, I’ve been developing feminist and shamanic courses.

In today’s world, we aren’t subject to the same communication limitations we used to be. The technology exists to allow us to have virtual circle, where the shared communal space is on the internet, rather than a singular geographic location. So I’m starting to offer more classes online. For the most part, up until now, I’ve had a student here and there who has joined an in-person class via video conferencing, but I’ve been moving more and more towards online-only offerings. Even in Los Angeles, geography can get in the way of in-person attendance, so this just makes sense. Some offerings, like my New Moon Meditation, are available both in person and online. Even some of my in-person classes have had an online component (handouts, video, discussion) for years.

On Friday of this week (1/17/20), I will be launching a new course, The Feminist Kabbalah, as an online-only offering. I had intended to have it be a Level 2 class, so that I would be familiar with my students’ energy. Spirit is pushing me to open up registration to more people, so if this is a topic that interests you, please reach out and we can talk about it.

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