Sarah Yehudit's Weekly Classes

TELEPHONE CLASSES TO EUROPE AND AMERICA:  These classes are available to people overseas by teleconference.  People in Jerusalem my also dial in, and they may also attend the class in person while it is being taught through skype at Sarah Yehudit’s home in the Old City.

These classes are recorded and available as mp3 files for individuals overseas who want to sign up for the class and receive the weekly recordings.

SUNDAYS:

Weekly Classes

Zohar, Page by Page. The Zohar is the central work of Kabbalah. It is actually comprised of several works, the most well-known being a mystical commentary on the Torah’s five Books.    

Sundays: 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM EST   ||  9:30 – 10:45 PST   ||   5:30 – 6:415 England Time ||  7:30 – 8:45 PM Jerusalem Time

Contact person: Charna Rosenholtz – [email protected]

The Zohar Class started in 2008.  We are moving through the Zohar page by page.  We are using R. Yehuda Edri’s Hebrew translation of the Aramaic Zohar as our text (which Sarah Yehudit provides). Students have their own English translations as well. (Sarah Yehudit will provide Soncino’s English translation upon request). Hebrew fluency is not required for the class. All Hebrew is translated and the discussions are in English. Sarah Yehudit prepares the text with a variety of commentaries but draws primarily from Zohar Chai and Demesek Eliezer (from the Komarna school of interpretation).

The class is via teleconference.  Students phone in from throughout the world.  The teleconference hub is a US number.  Folks from overseas use Skype-out (or a phone service of that sort) to call in at negligible expense.

The students are quite diverse and represent the full range of denominations, non-denominations, and post-denominations.  Their common bond is a shared passion for the depth and beauty of our wisdom tradition. The class was originally open to both men and women, but only women have attended for several years now.

The class is recorded and those sound files are available for anyone wishing to study a particular passage, or to follow the class from its beginning.  To purchase archives of this class, or to follow it in the present, click HERE.

Weekly Classes

Prayer and Destiny  explores the mystery of prayer and how it is a potent tool for personal growth and change.  It examines the difference between prayer versus visualization and affirmation and how the latter can be incorporated into the prayer process . The course focuses on personal prayer but its instructions can readily be incorporated into liturgy.

This kabbalistic method of prayer is a most powerful tool for refining will. And that is the primary work of a spiritual path.

Sundays: 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM EST   ||  8:00 – 9:15 PST   ||   4:00 – 5:15 England Time ||  6:00 – 7:15 PM Jerusalem Time

Contact person: Abby Rosen – [email protected]

The class is comprised of mature professionals—skilled and practiced meditators—whose knowledge and observance of Judaism runs the gamut.

The class is via teleconference.  Students phone in from throughout the world. The teleconference hub is a US number.  Folks from overseas use Skype-out (or a phone service of that sort) to call in at negligible expense.

The class is open to both men and women.

JERUSALEM CLASSES:  These classes are recorded and available as mp3 files for groups or individuals who want to sign up for the class and receive the weekly recordings.

Winter Session, 2019 (till Chanukka)

Sarah Yehudit is in the midst of a writing project and so is trying to limit the preparation time required for her usual variety of classes.  In this winter session she will be teaching the same material in both her Tuesday and Thursday class.  Meditation Monday will continue as scheduled.

Mondays:

Weekly Classes

Meditation Monday: Group meditation for women only. Schedule is as follows:
Doors open at 8:00 AM.  We start 8:30 AM on the button:

7 min instruction
15 meditation
7 min sharing and processing
30 min meditation

The benefits of meditation are subtle.  But slowly but surely its benefits become visible.  The only requirement is that you “show up.” Everyone’s mind wanders…you just have to keep showing up!

Monday: 8:30 – 9:30 AM

Place: Chabad St. 90/16 (Jewish Quarter, Old City). Last Jewish apt. complex before Armenian Quarter in the direction of Zion Gate. Entrance is above the street that passes between the two parking lots and then heads down to the kotel. Brass Gate into courtyard. Left entrance, left staircase, third floor, #16. Newcomers and visitors are welcome.  30 shekels per class (or whatever you can afford).

Contact Person: Sarah Yehudit ([email protected]).  Or phone (02) 628-2988.

Tuesdays:

Weekly Classes

R. Tsadok HaKohen on “The Role of Jews Among the Nations as Expressed Through the Holiday of Chanukka”: R. Tsadok asserts that from one perspective, the holiday of Chanukka is primarily directed toward sending light to the nations.

Tuesday: 8:00 – 9:15 PM

Place: Chabad St. 90/16 (Jewish Quarter, Old City). Last Jewish apt. complex before Armenian Quarter in the direction of Zion Gate. Entrance is above the street that passes between the two parking lots and then heads down to the kotel. Brass Gate into courtyard. Left entrance, left staircase, third floor, #16. Newcomers and visitors are welcome.  30 shekels per class (or whatever you can afford).

Contact Person: Sarah Yehudit ([email protected]).  Or phone (02) 628-2988.

The students in this class have been learning together since the year 2000. It is an advanced class with rich discussion.

The class is recorded and those sound files are available for anyone wishing to study a particular passage, or to follow the class from its beginning.  To purchase archives of this class, or to follow it in the present, click HERE.

Thursdays:

Weekly Classes

R. Tsadok HaKohen on “The Role of Jews Among the Nations as Expressed Through the Holiday of Chanukka”: R. Tsadok asserts that from one perspective, the holiday of Chanukka is primarily directed toward sending light to the nations.

Thursday: 3:00 – 4:30 PM

Place: Lurie home in Old Katamon | 14 HaGadna St. (through front door and up to 3rd floor). Newcomers and visitors are welcome.  30 shekels per class (or whatever you can afford) Contact person: Anne Seham – [email protected]

This is an advanced group of students (in Torah knowledge, professional accomplishment and life experience). The group has been learning together since 2008.

The class is recorded and those sound files are available for anyone wishing to study a particular passage, or to follow the class from its beginning.  To purchase archives of this class, or to follow it in the present, click HERE.

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