THE KABBALAH OF YOU

Throughout life, we look to enhance various skills and talents. A course in music will lead to increased enjoyment; a course in accounting will help us do our business better; a course in astronomy will open up the night sky to our curiosity.

But as diverse as our talents and interests may be, there is an underlying core that is common to all. We all share that humanity, that dignity that makes our lives immeasurably valuable. The Kabbalah of You addresses that core.

The Kabbalah of You is meant for everyone who can be called “you.” Bringing light to what it is that makes you YOU will enable you to discover new depths of meaning that will have an impact on every aspect of your existence. Joy, contentment, courage, self-control, a meaningful relationship with G-d, beautiful relationships with others—these are some of the benefits of being in sync with your deepest self.

This course will uncover how you have a birthright within the Infinite—and how to tap into that awareness for the rest of your life.

Lesson 1: Uniquely Human

Lesson 2: If I Am So Good, Why Am I So Bad?

Lesson 3: A Question of Joy

Lesson 4: A Question of Faithfulness

Lesson 5: The Self That Loves Your Neighbor

Lesson 6: Perfectly Imperfect

Rabbi Yisroel Levine
Rabbi Yisroel Levine has been teaching Chassidic thought and Kabbalistic concepts for over twenty years. His ability to bring the deeply esoteric to the very practical has influenced and inspired hundreds who attend his popular classes and courses at the Academy. He and his wife Leah are the spiritual leaders of Chabad of Oak Park and are the proud parents of eight children and three grandchildren.

THE KABBALAH OF YOU

A Guide to Unlocking Your Hidden Potential

6 Tuesdays,
January 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1, 8, 15
8:00 p.m.

Instructor:
Rabbi Yisroel Levine

No Fee

Prior Registration Requested

ZOOM LINK will be emailed to you upon registration

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