Kabbalah Study Group Forming




A local Kabbalah study and discussion group is being formed by Jewish author and teacher Norton Richman. Practical principles inherent in the Kabbalistic liturgy will come to life in the discussion of questions such as life choices, self-worth, cause and effect, relationships, life after death and the power of assuming self-responsibility.

             Four classes will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on the third Sunday of the month at All Paths Gathering Center, beginning March 19. Each participant will receive a copy of Richman’s book, A Kabbalist In Spirit, A Family Friend, endorsed by world-renowned psychiatrist Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, author of On Death and Dying.

Cost is $20 per class, drop-ins welcome. Location: 5405 Lakeside Ave. RSVP to Talia Moser at 804-399-3353.

 

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