A Yeshivat Haverim (gathering of friends) taps directly into the emotional center of the convention. In such a gathering, the barriers between us disappear, allowing us to further reveal the love that lies between us.
The Yeshivat Haverim is a tradition which date back thousands of years, to the days of the first Kabbalists. According to the ancient tradition, Kabbalah students used to gather together once a week, to scrutinize our work together, inspire each other, give confidence, and feelings of warmth to each friend to support each other’s progress on the spiritual path.
Every lesson at a Kabbalah Convention will begin with a Yeshivat Haverim that will serve not only to connect us more deeply, but to also expand our ability to inhabit the lesson material that Dr. Laitman will pass to us during the lessons.