Mishkan Hakavana (loosely translated as, Dwell in the Covenant) is a call for participation and for assistance in implementing the Kabbalistic vision of Tikkun Olam (the reforming of the world). Through each of us who feels the point in their heart, this calling of service is open to everyone—agnostic and religious, Jewish and non-Jewish, from Israel and from around the world. Awakening to the call of the point in one’s heart establishes the possibility for envisioning world reformation.
Mishkan Hakavana, led by Rabbah Saphir Eyal Noyman, is the place for a study of Kabbalah where every person who feels within themselves the need for such a connection, is enabled to join the way of Ba’al Hasulam and his work for Tikkun Olam.
Kabbalah is revealed as a response to the big question of our generation: “Where is humanity heading?” The Book of the Zohar opens a way for Tikkun Olam, reforming the world and humanity. Kabbalah enables each and every individual access to a connection with the sublime, with the thought of creation, and with one’s sensation of their unique place within it.
In a world of collapsing ecosystems and social systems, a vacuum is formed, where many of us feel absence of meaning and separation. Evil – the will to receive to oneself – the Ego, leads humanity to divisiveness, wars, a tear within the social and family fabric, and isolation of each individual from the feeling of their designation.
The Creator is an inner voice that calls us to come and see what you were born for, and what all of the worlds and realities were created for. A voice that calls to go and make a real familiarity with ourself (our will), and the way it is managing us, and all related cruelty.
The teaching of Kabbalah is the study of a modern universal language created for the reformation of human nature and the understanding of common purpose for all diversity: genders, religions, thoughts and emotional paths, at this exact point in time. From the words of Ba’al Hasulam, we are the “last generation,“ meaning the last generation of exile from wisdom, and the first to reveal the means for redemption.
The study through Mishkan Hakavana is based on the The Zohar, and writings of Ha’ari, Ha-Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Nachman of Breslev and Ba’al Hasulam.
Study in Mishkan Hakavanah is in English and in Hebrew. Lessons are on a live broadcast to students worldwide in: United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Mexico, Australia, and Asia.
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