Global Spirituality Bringing Balance & Harmony into Relationships

Event details

  • November 19, 2017
  • 1:30 pm
  • RM8 upstairs

PRESENTER: Yehuda Goldfiner 

WEBSITE: www.facebook.com/yehudagoldfiner
EMAIL: Yehuda.goldfiner@kabbalah.com
Associated with Kabbalah Center Miami
miami.kabbalah.com

The Kabbalah Centre’s spiritual director, Karen Berg, once said, “It has been my dream that one day, barriers will be removed between people, and that we will find respect for each other’s spiritual practices and beliefs. For holy books from different traditions may contain different words but the message remains the same: To love each other, to love ourselves, and to grow our love and awe for the Infinite Force that is all around us and gives us life. Indeed, unity can be the foundation of our differences”…

REGISTER HERE
$20 per person  (online sales close 3pm day of event)
Limited to 25 Seats .

On this lecture, you will learn:

Many religions, spiritual wisdoms, and ancient philosophies talk about the famous quote “Love Your Neighbor as You Self” as one of the main pillars of their teachings.
The question we would like to raise is:
What if I dont love myself? Does this quote still applies to me?  The answer is Yes! 
Join us for this powerful awaking workshop  to learn the secret behind this famous quote, and what true loves really means so you can bring this energy to all relationships in your life.

ABOUT YEHUDA
After a near-death accident, Yehuda began reflecting on his life, which he felt lacked purpose and direction. In search for help, he opened the Zohar and experienced an indescribable infusion of energy. Yehuda then turned to the Kabbalah Centre for deeper exploration. Kabbalah taught Yehuda that real happiness starts inside. By applying this wisdom to his life, he found his true purpose, his passion, and his soul mate.

Formerly a software engineer and salesman from Haifa, Israel, Yehuda now teaches Kabbalah in Australia, Africa, Europe, and the U.S. Since 2002 he has been an advocate for transformational change in the lives of his students. Both scholarly and approachable, he makes the subject matter accessible to all students. He enjoys assisting others as they connect to the Light and find greater fulfillment. He finds helping those in need particularly rewarding. His strong connection to the Zohar makes it his favorite course topic.

Yehuda currently lives in Miami with his wife and daughter. He loves writing poetry, and is steadfast in his efforts to bring the wisdom of Kabbalah to his students all around the world.