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When we come into this world, we are given the exact amount of time that is necessary to complete our spiritual work. Each of us has specific tasks to perform, and our tasks may be different than those of others; Kabbalah tells us that our transformation can be completed in one lifetime. We have enough time, but we also don't have any time to waste.
Unfortunately, most of us don't use our time very well. Everyday life distracts us from our larger purpose. As the years pass, we may achieve part of our transformation, or perhaps none at all. But the fact is, most of us depart this life without completing the task we came here to do. We may even have moved in the opposite direction, away from our purpose.
The study of reincarnation is about uncovering the reason we came to this world. Kabbalists teach our purpose in this lifetime is to grow, transform, and make the necessary corrections – also known as our tikkune. Many of the things we experience today are tied in some way to our past lives. Understanding cause and effect – how past events are connected to our present – empowers us to focus on the changes we need to make.
Learn more about this by joining our coming seminar with Chaim Solomon!
23rd August 2018 8:00pm-9:00pm | @20/F WeWork Causeway Bay | $150 per person
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquries
About the teacher: Chaim Solomon
Part of Chaim’s ability to relate Kabbalah to today’s student is due to ten years of studying various metaphysical teachings such as Religious Science, Science of Mind, Theosophy, Buddhism, Upanishads, and the Bhagavad Gita. As a principal teacher for The Kabbalah Centre since 1987, Chaim’s specialties are Health, Relationships, Reincarnation, Dreams, and Meditation. Well-versed in traditional Kabbalah texts, he leads seminars and has taught in major cities around the world including Toronto, Mexico City, Los Angeles, London, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, Portugal, and Chicago, just to name a few. He now teaches and resides in Boca Raton with his wife Batya, also a Kabbalah teacher, and three of their four children.