In recognition of Warren Kenton, who wrote and taught under his Hebrew name, Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi, we are pleased to announce the release of Work of a Kabbalist, a tribute to his life and work, on his birthday, January 8.
Drawing from the archive of audio and videos recorded over the course of 20 years, we offer a tribute to a teacher whose wisdom deeply impacts the living tradition of Kabbalah and whose whose teachings continue to resonate and guide
Happy Celestial Birthday, Warren! Click here to view the Tribute
The Kabbalah Society is dedicated to preserving the spiritual legacy of Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi and wisdom of the Toledano Tradition as well as inspiring the study of Kabbalah for our time.
The principles of the sefirotic Tree can be seen in the design of the Menorah which was given to Moses on Mt. Sinai.
When you study the theory and practise by observation, the Tree becomes alive and a helpful guide for contemplation and meditation.
Articles, Q&A, video, audio, and meditations from Halevi’s archives, centered around essential Kabbalistic themes.
The Kabbalah Society was founded to form an association of independent groups which study the Toledano tradition as set out in the books of Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi. Study groups meet in person and online.
Halevi’s books are available in hardback, softback and Kindle editions, published by the Kabbalah Society. All income from book sales goes to the Bet El Trust to support its charitable activities.
The Kabbalah Society periodically sends out emails about new material such as videos, meditations and articles on our website. We also list information about courses, workshops and special events taking place internationally. Click here to sign up
The Cosmic Clock poster, created by Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi, is a helpful tool for people interested in astrology. We are offering it as a free download, so that you can print your own copy.
Place of the Self
Halevi elaborates on the meaning of Tiferet, the place of the Self, in Kabbalah.
An Astrological View of the Chakras
article by Rebekah Kenton
The Ten Days of Awe, or the High Holy Days, begins with the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, and finishes with the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur.
The Ten Days of Awe is the opportunity to stop and reflect.
Meditation led by Halevi in Sept 2017 uses the Tree of Life sefirot to aid the self-review.