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The Oakland Science, Spirit and Consciousness Meetup Group Message Board › talk on Kabbala on Wednesday evening

talk on Kabbala on Wednesday evening

Garrett R.
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Group Organizer
Oakland, CA
Our reincarnation class was deeply moving and thought provoking.  Thanks to contributions from Sean, Akash, Cathy, Barry, Sue, Carol and others. 

Some of you asked about related programs.  The Secret Doctrine class is at my home on first and third Saturdays at 1:30 PM.  You must call me for approval to come.  Text is online as well.  pages 130-150.     530-9626.  

The most immediate program is by my fellow theosophist Alex Pappas on Wednesday.  7:30 to 9 or 9:30 (unsure).   Several of us are coming.  Hope you can join us. 

$5 donation suggested: 

Northbrae offers presentations on spirituality with
a multi-cultural emphasis.

The Mystical Tradition of Judaism - By
Alex Pappas

Wednesday, March 2, 2011      7:30 p.m.

Northbrae Community Church

941 The Alameda, Berkeley

What is Jewish mysticism and what
is its purpose? How does it compare to other mystical traditions? To answer
these questions Alex Pappas introduces the roots of Kabbalah, its mystics and their
important works including Kabbalah’s unique cosmology, its five levels of soul
consciousness, and most importantly, Kabbalah’s way of Tikkun to salvation and
liberation and how Kabbalah is an expression of the Ageless Wisdom.

Alex Pappas is retired from over forty
years as instructor of world religions
and psychology at College of Alameda. His
study of comparative religion includes esoteric and mystical paths of Vedanta. He has lectured at various Theosophical
Society locations in India and U.S. and he is a universal health care
activist. He is writing a book on Duality and Nonduality: A User Friendly
Guide to Religion. This will be
Alex's third lecture appearance at Northbrae.

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