Sacred Spaces: Making your Home, Office and Bedroom a Holy Place

Sacred Spaces: Making your Home, Office and Bedroom a Holy Place

Saturday, July 15, 2023 - 10:00 to 12:00
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According to the Gaia Theory, the earth is alive and interacts with us. Sacred spaces are the places where Mother Earth speaks loudest. Why is Mount Sinai, Fuji, Uluru, or Kailash sacred? Why were the pyramids of Egypt and Teotihuacan constructed in the shape of a mountain? What makes Jerusalem, Varanasi, Mecca, or Stonehenge scared sites?

In this workshop we will investigate the mythological as well as mystical ideas behind sacred places and how we can practically use these principles to transform our home and office into scared spaces. The workshop will also cover the fundamentals of space cleansing and clearing as well as how to Feng Shui your dwelling place. In addition, we will explore the ideas behind home altars and how to create an embassy of oneness and tranquility in your abode.  

It is time to bring the sacredness you have inside you and around the world into your dwelling place. 


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About the speaker, Gahl Sasson

Gahl Sasson makes Kabbalah, astrology and psychology engaging, illuminating, and fun. The way he sees Kabbalah is accessible to anyone from any faith and background. The innovative examples that he conjures up to illustrate these high concepts spurs his audience to laugh and then declare, Aha. Most of all, Gahl tells stories, relating a vast array of compelling myths from traditions across the globe to delineate the workings of the inner world.

His book, A Wish Can Change Your Life, (published by Simon & Schuster and co-written with Steve Weinstein), blends wisdom and metaphors from cultures across history and the entire world into an innovative blueprint for personal transformation and material enrichment. Gahl also conducts classes at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles and Tel Aviv University.

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