Shabbat is a Gateway for Reaching Expanded Consciousness
At Eretz, Kabbalistic tradition greatly emphasizes Shabbat observance. Whether the mystical significance of the 39 prohibited acts of work, meditations on the Shabbat prayers and Kiddush, candle lighting, Jewish mysticism teaches volumes on the particulars, as well as the general mindset, which can give one access to the spiritual treasure of this most holy of days.
In the worldview of the Kabbalah, Shabbat is more than just a day of rest. It is a gateway for reaching expanded consciousness. By studying the Kabbalistic understanding of the cycle of the weekdays and their prayers, one sees that on Shabbat the entire world becomes spiritually elevated. Engaged in the meditations and the Kabbalistic customs of Shabbat, a person’s ability to rectify their own individual soul, as well as that of all Creation, is greatly enhanced.
For Mincha and Kabbalat times, please see our calendar or weekly email.
9 am - Shabbat Prayer
10 am - Shema Israel – Healing Prayer Meditation
10 am to 12 pm - Shabbat Youth Services
10:30 am - Torah reading
11 am - Weekly Parsha Kabbalistic Insight
12 pm - Musaf
12:30 pm - Conclusion of Services followed by Sponsor Kiddush
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For Mincha times, please see our calendar or weekly email.