Chanoch Ben Yaacov, a Teacher of Kabbalah is coming to San Jose. He will be teaching Sunday Evenings, Monday Noon, and Monday Evenings, expressing an answer to the age old question Why am i living on this earth at this moment? and What am i here to do? and also that old standby "How can i be happier than i am?"
The class assumes no background in Kabbalah or Judaism and will progress quickly to information that allows you to use this knowledge in your daily life for the purpose of becoming a happier more fulfilled human being.
Class will be scheduled starting on Sunday Dec. 12 and Monday's Dec 13. There are earlier introductory classes available through conference call and mp3 files for those who would like to come prepared to the First Class (See Below). The Sages teach that the More the Effort the Greater the Reward.
Kabbalah is an ancient spiritual teaching which was passed on through special souls from generation to generation. It was concealed from the masses up until the end of the 20th century. Now we live in a special time, when Kabbalah becomes available to everyone who has an interest in spirituality.
The living wisdom of Kabbalah is meant for everyone, regardless of their religious background, nationality, or level of study.
Kabbalah — the world’s oldest body of spiritual wisdom — contains the long-hidden keys to the secrets of the universe as well as the keys to the mysteries of the human heart and soul. Kabbalistic teachings explain the complexities of the material and the nonmaterial universe, as well as the physical and metaphysical nature of all humanity. Kabbalah shows in detail, how to navigate that vast terrain in order to remove every form of chaos, pain, and suffering.
For thousands of years, the great kabbalistic sages have taught that every human being is born with the potential for greatness. Kabbalah is the means for activating that potential.
Chanoch Ben Yaaov has been studying this wisdom for almost 20 years and has been teaching this wisdom to students young and old for almost 10 years. For addtional questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.