True Colours - Using Colours According to Astrology, Kabbalah & Psychology

True Colours - Using Colours According to Astrology, Kabbalah & Psychology

Monday, August 2, 2021 - 19:00 to 20:30
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Gahl Sasson is a spiritual teacher, renowned astrologer and author

In many traditions, God is symbolized by white light. But to understand and experience that light, we need to project it through a prism to discover the mysteries of the colours.                        

In this rainbow-coloured workshop, we will learn how to use colors to improve our lives, design our homes, logos, and internet-page. Studies in color therapy had reinforced many of the colour associations that have been used in Astrology and Kabbalah over hundreds of years.

The zodiac signs follow the colour wheel to the tea as do the ten spheres of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life.

Why is red associated with passion leadership, and aggression?
Why simply wearing a red dress can make you appear more attractive?
Why a green wall in the home-office could improve creativity and balance?
Why is blue the most popular colour?
What makes gray wise and Indigo full of understanding?

Join us as we unravel the symbolism behind colours and their frequencies so that you too can get the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow... 

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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