I'm sorry for the re-post/cross-post but want to get this out one last time
to all areas of people who might be interested so I dont miss anyone:
Starting in May, I will be holding a year long series of workshops out of the
UU Fellowship in Winston-Salem, NC called "Climbing the Tree". During these
workshops we will work with the Sephiroth of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life to
access the Divine within, and find the Divine in our mundane lives.
We will NOT be exploring the Christian Mystical, Ceremonial Magic or Wiccan
ideas of the Tree of Life, and will only lightly touch on the Jewish Mystical
(as it did derive from them). Also this workshop is not geared towards
teaching anyone about Kaballah in full. It is meant only as a way for
attendants to to be able to find the Divine in the everyday for themselves,
and be able to then correlate those aspects of the Divine with the greater
whole of the spiritualities of the World using this particular glyph and
Except for the introductory meeting, each workshop in the series will be
geared towards one sephiroth. We will have "homework" for each person to do
prior to these workshops to attune them to the energies of the sephiroth; and
then in class we will discuss our findings, do sephiroth specific work, and
guided meditation on it.
The workshops will be held once a month for 12 months on Saturday morning
from 10am - 12pm, again in Winston-Salem. Schedules will be given out the
first night of classes. The cost will be $75-$150 on a sliding fee, with you
determining where you are on the scale. This will cover the whole year's
workshops and the materials I supply for in the meetings. It will be
non-refundable after the 2nd workshop in June as this money will pay for the
space rented for the year.
If you are interested, please email me back at RavenHarte@...
make arrangements for payment of the fee and I'll add you to our updates list
for further info.
Please also feel free to pass this information on to anyone you think might
like to attend. Because we are not basing this work on any one religious
idea, it should be comfortable for people of all spiritualities, and indeed
the more diverse the group the better the discussions will be.
Hope to see you there
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