Kabbalah Journey for Women: Communing with the Radical Feminine Presence

Tirzah Firestone

May 3–5, 2013

Tuition $175 + 2 nights

Come back into the living presence of the Divine Feminine, known as Shechinah. In this mystic circle we will nourish our bodies with movement and healing rest, open our minds with holy texts from Zohar (the central opus of Kabbalah), and bathe our hearts in nature and sacred ritual. Guided by ancient practices reserved for centuries for men alone, we will open to the life-changing wisdom and guidance of She who dwells within. All are welcome; Hebrew not required.

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Tirzah Firestone

Tirzah Firestone is a rabbi, Jungian therapist, and author of The Receiving: Reclaiming Jewish Women’s Wisdom, (hailed as the non-fiction companion to The Red Tent); With Roots in Heaven, and The Woman’s Kabbalah: Ecstatic Practices for Women. Ordained by R. Zalman Schachter-Shalomi in 1992, Tirzah is widely known for her groundbreaking work on the confluence of Kabbalah and psychology and the re-integration of the feminine wisdom tradition within Judaism. She lectures and teaches throughout the United States.

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