London – March 5th 2017 – Kabbalistic Roots of Jewish Practice

Posted on Thursday, February 9th, 2017 at 9:38 am topic - News.

Kabbalah is often viewed with suspicion by members of the Jewish community – whether practising or non-practising, orthodox or reform – yet the principles of Kabbalah abound within the very fabric of the visible Jewish world. This talk will place Judaism within a Kabbalistic context and examine some of the ways in which universal principles are manifested in Judaism as it has been observed for many centuries.
Jonathon Clark was born and raised in a traditional Jewish family in London and has been a student of Kabbalah with Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi since 1992.

The talks will start at 2.30pm and will be followed by tea and cakes. The sessions end by 4.30 to 5pm

All courses take place in West Hampstead – North West London

The nearest underground is Finchley Road on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.
There are also London Overground trains nearby at West Hampstead and Finchley Road and Frognal.
Buses up and down Finchley Road – 13, 113, 82
Parking is free here on Sundays.

020 7624 0434
07985720242
email: joanna.browne@kabbalahsociety.org

Presented by the Toledano Tradition additional details at our website at:
http://www.toledanotradition.com/event/kabbalistic-roots-of-jewish-practice/