Kabbalah as a Path to Spiritual Development




The Tara Retreat will host a unique occasion of spirituality, connection and experiential interaction on March 18 to receive the key to unlocking the world beyond. Guided by Zohar, an experienced, authentic kabbalah instructor with Bnei Baruch, there will be an entire day of discussion, Q&A and lively workshops with other like-minded seekers.

         “We will begin by learning about our essence, the nature we were created with and the qualities of the force which created us,” says Zohar. “Utilizing an ancient methodology that has been passed down from teacher to student for generations, we will discover what prevents us from reconnecting to our common soul, and what we can do both internally and externally to open up the concealed reality between us.”

         Participants will gain knowledge about the purpose of creation, experience the power of connection through discussion circles, become familiar with the concept of the Point in the Heart and leave with the understanding of the process of the development of desires.

         The Tara Retreat is nestled in oak forests, prairie and wetlands on the northern border of Illinois.

         Attendees should bring lunch and a cushion to sit upon.

Cost is $65. Location: 6603 Oak Hill Dr., Richmond. RSVP to 815-728-1050. For a map, visit RetreatFinder.com/WhiteTaraRetreat. See ad on page 35.

 

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