Introduce yourself to your fellow students. Write a few words about yourself and about what you expect from the course.

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    Introduce yourself to your fellow students. Write a few words about yourself and about what you expect from the course.

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    • #42610

      Hello, my name is Mariela from Dominican Republic, divorced,  mother of two children, one of them diagnose with autism. His “sickness” and all that came with it, is what eventually has brought me here. I am anxiously looking for answers, why am I here, what is the purpose of life, of living?  A year ago I watched the course kabbalah revealed, and after all of of my search for my answers,  what I heard in that course has been the most profound explanations I have encountered. So, I am really looking forward to know more, to be able to reach other levels of perception.

    • #42578

      Hi, we are Larry and Gail and we are studying Kabu together. While we were born from highly religious families, we came to realise that there must be more to life as for years people continue to suffer worldwide.  Then we started to look into spirituality and over the years, Kabu resonates more with what we have been seeking than what was out there. Years ago we learned about cooperative living and family, friends and colleagues just don’t buy into it. They deduced that we are communist and we said all that we need is for people to live together. Nobody needs to own vast acres of land as the creator made it available for all creatures. The course is really helping to articulate bestowal to receiving and our lives have already been adjusted to living in this way.

    • #42385

      Hi, my name is Camila, I’ve completed the “Question Your Reality courses” and I feel like my mind’s blew. I look forward to learn more and grow with Kabbalah wisdom.

    • #42171

      Hello, this is Eduardo. I just completed the Question Your Reality courses and am excited about learning more.

    • #42088

      Hi all, my name is Raie, I’ve been studying the Bible and to a much lesser extent independent junior archaeology for the last 22 years. Recently,I have been learning the ancient pictographic alphabet in Hebrew, the symbology behind the ancient pictographs, as well as modern Hebrew letters and the corresponding numbers and individual meanings of the letters. I am still learning to read Biblical Hebrew which is giving me many added insights and confirmations into the text. Mainly that the ancient Hebrews thought differently than we do. This is evidenced by the fact that the original language was written according to things that could be understood and perceived by the five senses. Our language now and even our understanding of Hebrew now often goes into abstraction, i.e. things that cannot be perceived by the five senses and therefore cannot be properly defined in the material realm. Speculative abstraction is Greek thinking, not ancient Hebrew thinking. Hebrew thought seems to be more related to how to translate from one realm into the next, or bringing heaven to the material realm. Therefore I would like to delve deeper into the topics presented at KabU in my search. Lastly, I am interest in the points where the three monotheistic religions relate one to another as well as to the truth. I believe learning here will help me to understand more about the original purpose of Judaism, which will assist me in my studies.
      I truly looking forward to learning with all of you!

      Thanks for having me!

    • #42058

      Hello y’all. My name is Joyce. I am so happy to be a part of thus journey with everyone. May we all be blessed with knowledge and harmony.

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