Your First Course in Kabbalah
A short course introducing Kabbalah's basics
Your First Course in Kabbalah introduces the basic concepts that anyone interested in Kabbalah should know.
The course is comprised of five video lessons, discussing the unlimited potential for human perception, creation and evolution, pleasure and suffering, and the structure of reality.
The lessons are given by Bnei Baruch senior lecturer, Anthony Kosinec. more...
Live Interactive Course
A free live interactive course originating in English
The Fundamentals of Kabbalah course consists of two weekly classes over a 10 week period. This course provides a firm basis in authentic Kabbalah methodology, clarifying its purpose and use.
Registration is free and provides:
- 10 weeks of live fundamentals studies (20 classes, 2 live classes per week),
- Ability to ask the instructors questions during class
- Free, optional access to a web-based community for questions between classes
- Free PDF versions of all course materials
- If you can't make it live, classes are available for free download & viewing
- View the course curriculum for the upcoming course here »
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Upcoming Spring 2013 Course Starts March 20, 2013. Register Here »
(Note: Following the Fundamentals of Kabbalah course, students are eligible for the Intermediate and Advanced semesters. These courses are also recommended as preparations for the public daily Kabbalah lesson with Dr. Michael Laitman on Kabbalah TV, 8:00pm to 11:00pm EST Saturdays through Thursdays.)
The Education Center is also running in Spanish, German, Italian, French, Dutch and Turkish. Visit Kabbalah International to find the language that best suits you.
The primary source for authentic Kabbalah texts
Kabbalah Library contains
the Kabbalah sources which base the study method at Bnei Baruch. Here you will
find eBooks, articles, lectures and other study materials available to view
and download free (note: purchasable versions of printed books and materials are available at Kabbalah Books). The Library also contains selected commentaries and
introductory materials, all sorted by author. more...