Tuesday, October 14, 2008


Sedona.biz reports that the Jewish Community of Sedona, Arizona, will host two lectures by Kabbalist Rabbi Laibl Wolf:

SEDONA, AZ - Oct 13, 2008 - On Wednesday, November 12, world renown Kabbalist Rabbi Laibl Wolf, one of the foremost authorities in the world on Kabbalah (the "mystical" side of Judaism), will be returning to Sedona. He will present two programs at the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley....

For the past 35 years Rabbi Laibl Wolf has been a worldwide teacher of the mystical side of Judaism. He is a master of, and draws his teachings from, the 4000-year-old esoteric and encrypted texts of Kabbalah, a guide to the mysteries of cosmic and human consciousness and the source for much of the ‘new age’ wisdom we are familiar with today. While based on the Kabbalah, Rabbi Wolf’s philosophies are modern and progressive, and facilitate the growth of one's inner spirit in a technologically-driven society. Although an Orthodox Hassidic Rabbi, his teachings are universal, open to people of all backgrounds and spiritual orientations....

Attuned to the similarities between Eastern spirituality and Kabbalist teachings, Rabbi Wolf has met with many leaders of other spiritual communities including an extensive two-hour private session with the Dalai Lama. Melbourne University has appointed Rabbi Wolf as its founding lecturer in Jewish Mysticism and Spirituality. He is the Founder and Director of the Human Development Institute, a foundation dedicated to the progress of humankind through awareness and personal mastery. He has studied under great Hassidic masters, his foremost mentor being the revered Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson who was known globally for the passionate wisdom he bestowed on humankind. Rabbi Wolf lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife, Leah, and the youngest two of their seven children....

The two sessions include an afternoon program which explores interpretation of the Torah using Kabbalah, and is limited to 25 participants. The evening program focuses on using Kabbalah to cope with stress.

The afternoon workshop costs $36 and the evening session will depend upon donations of $10-$26.

Sedona, of course, is a prominent community among the New Agers.

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