GPS for Your Soul - Kabbalah to Navigate Your Inner World

Posted Thursday, Dec 11th, 2008

GPS for Your Soul Maps:
Kabbalah to Navigate Your Inner World

6 Tuesdays Nov 18th - Dec 23rd  - 7:30- 9:00pm

Perhaps you have struggled before with the elusive search for meaning, and wished you had a personal mentor to guide your growth. What if you had the chance to meet one of the greatest masters of Kabbalah and learn ancient proven strategies for self-realization and contentment?

This fall, you’ll have that chance. Soul Maps: Kabbalah to Navigate Your Inner World, a new course from the Jewish Learning Institute, investigates Tanya, the fundamental text of Chassidic thought. The course is structured as a six-session consultation with the author of the Tanya, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi.

During each session, you will receive insight into your inner world and you will discover new strategies for overcoming obstacles to change and progress. You’ll learn to resolve guilt, conflict, and confusion, and to traverse life’s journey with joy, purpose, and direction.

For more info see the promo video:  CLICK HERE

I invite you to join me in the study of this course starting in November 18.

Rabbi Yosef Landa

Our upcoming course, Soul Maps, introduces you to the Tanya, a 200-year-old text with a revolutionary new look at human psychology. It provides Kabbalah-based tools to help you understand yourself.

Until the publication of Tanya, the Kabbalah was an esoteric discipline that was studied and understood by only a select few. Tanya, however, sought to make the teachings of Kabbalah practical, relevant, and accessible. Its numerous reprints attest to its success in achieving this goal.

A precursor of the modern self

Please note our special rate (below) for any two persons enrolling together.
Also: you are welcome to attend the first session free, with no obligation to continue.
Center of Clayton
50 Gay Avenue, Clayton,
6 Tuesdays,  Nov 18th - Dec 23rd
7:30 - 9:00 PM

Course fee: $75.00   or  $100.00 * 

* Special couples fee (price includes both)

A Project of Chabad of Greater St. Louis

For more information visit
or call 314-725-0400

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