Kabbalistic Psychology: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Relevance

Kabbalistic Psychology: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Relevance


Kabbalitic Psychology offers the modern seeker ancient wisdom that is holistic, embodied, centered in the sacred.

Kabbalah, Jewish Mystical wisdom, is a powerful and intricate, complex theory and map of human consciousness. Pre-dating modern psychological systems, Kabbalistic Psychology, like the Buddhist Abhidarma, incorporates multiple levels of awareness and states/stages of consciousness into a comprehensive spectrum of human psychological functioning.

Concepts like the Sefirot, the tzimtzum, worlds, souls, reincarnation, astrology, elements, letters, male/female modalities, shells/husks, Kabbalitic Psychology offers the modern seeker ancient wisdom that is holistic, embodied, centered in the sacred and applicable to our daily lives. Taught by Rabbi Ingber, who has been steeped in the Kabbalistic tradition for many years, this workshop will not only cover theory but will also incorporate applied tools and techniques taken from the Kabbalah, empowering us to live more deeply and with greater ease. All are welcome. No prior study of Judaism or Kabbalah required. All texts and all concepts will be in English and made accessible to all.


Rabbi David Ingber is called The Interspiritual Rabbi, and was named by Newsweek as one of 2013’s top 50 most influential rabbis in the United States and by The Forward as one of the 50 most newsworthy and notable Jews in America. Rabbi David is the Founder and Spiritual Director of Romemu, a New York City–based vibrant and inclusive Jewish community. All his life David dreamed of creating a Jewish place where anyone of any background or denomination could come and pray in an integrated way, exercising one’s body, mind, and soul. Romemu was created in 2006 and now offers services, often infused with meditation and yoga, as well as a myriad of community groups, teachings, and events. David’s approach to teaching is very accessible, and his learning is informed by a wide range of worldviews. He is illuminated by Jewish mysticism and Chassidut, and fascinated by the intersection of these ideas with those of other Western and Eastern philosophies.

Sunday, February 24th 9:30 to 5PM
OneSpirit Elective Credit: 1.0
Available by: Attend in NYC Classroom or Join by Videoconference or Download Recordings (learn more about videoconference)
Price: General Public: $ 100.00 | One Spirit Graduates: $ 90.00

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If you have questions about registering for this course, please contact One Spirit Learning Alliance by email to [email protected] or call 212-931-6840 x 0.