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KABBALAH OF MINDFULNESS

KABBALAH OF MINDFULNESS

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Kabbalah of Mindfulness

RABBI DR. LAIBL WOLF 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 6PM

at the CLIFTON PARK HALFMOON LIBRARY 

RSVP HERE 

Rabbi Dr. Wolf, a world acclaimed Australian spiritual mentor, will be sharing his wisdoms at Clifton Park Halfmoon Library on Nov 13th 6pm, commemorating the 79th anniversary of Kristallnacht.

He holds degrees in law and psychology, and is an unusual blend of Hassidic Rabbi, therapist and teacher, who has shared at the Fortune 500 Convention, the International Psychological Conference, the Gawler international Wellness convention as well as various spiritual and even Buddhist ashrams. He has been described as ‘a Jewish synthesis of Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer and Steven Covey’ and has been personally consulted by the Dalai Lama. 

Dr. Wolf has pioneered mindfulness meditation training to assist with spiritual growth and emotion mastery. His series of meditation and self-mastery audio-visual training materials, are distributed internationally. He is the author of a best-seller, Practical Kabbalah (Random House, Inc.) and has lectured in over 500 cities across the globe over 30 years.

The son of Polish holocaust survivors, he studied by his teacher, the revered Lubavitcher Rebbe, and received his rabbinic ordination from the Chief Rabbi of Israel. While he journeys across all continents annually, he calls Australia his ‘home’.  

Dr. Wolf will draw on his multi-disciplinary approach and the ancient teachings of Kabbala to provide a technology of practice that he says transform a negative individual into a positive and optimistic human being, while providing techniques to withstand the advances of 'toxic people’. He utilizes meditative techniques extensively to achieve self change and for personal training and growth.

Coinciding as this event does with the commemoration of the hate-filled night of Kristallnacht, which historically marks the public face of Nazism in eve-of-war Europe, holding an event that trains transformation of negative attitudes into positive aspirations is most appropriate. 

Inquiries about this unique event: Rabbi Yossi Rubin 495-0772  info@cliftonparkchabad.com 

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