I am very pleased to welcome you to this website and the expanding family of Kabbalah of Life. I look forward to learning with you and invite you to be an active participant in the classes, workshops and personal coaching, among other opportunities available on this site.
We live in critical times. We have reached a pivotal point in world history as we are on the threshold of global transformation. This process is also accompanied with the surfacing of intense negative powers that seem to threaten the world’s existence. We are beginning to see tremendous shifts in the consciousness of humanity. It’s not a time to be passive. We need to educate ourselves and take an active role in turning this world into an oasis of G-dliness, spirituality, goodness and kindness.
ABOUT CHANA GINSBURG
Chana Ginsburg is a well-known teacher and lecturer in Kabbalah, Chassidus, and Jewish philosophy, conducting ongoing classes in advanced Jewish learning. She is best known for her ability to bring deep spiritual teachings alive for her audiences by applying and integrating them into everyday life situations. Listeners are fascinated by her powerful and engaging personality as they are led on a journey of mysticism, wisdom, and self discovery.
Mrs. Ginsburg is the designer and facilitator of a series of workshops on personal transformation. She has been a therapist, spiritual and personal growth counselor, and mentor to hundreds of women for over 25 years. She currently has a practice with an office in Brooklyn, NY and counsels, coaches, and mentors world-wide via telephone.
A native of Israel, Mrs. Ginsburg has spent many years in education, serving as principal at the elementary and high school levels, and in institutions of higher learning.
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THE KING AND ESTHER
Discover what really happened when Queen Esther touched the tip of the king’s sceptre. A text-based class.
PURIM – WHAT’S IN THE NAME?
Why is the holiday of Purim named after the sinister deeds of Haman? Shouldn’t the name reflect the salvation and the miracle – not the evil plot?
MONTH OF ADAR
Hear about the untainted sense, transformation spices, unconditional Divine relationship, unveiling the mask, unifying thread, and the fish.