Universal Kabbalah is a system for expanding our consciousness and awareness towards accelerated evolution.
It encompasses a vast body of knowledge and is a unique distillation of ancient wisdom, teaching one the capacity to move beyond the illusion of separateness to seeing all as one. Levry's teachings have their basis in certain spiritual lineages, people of all faiths and religions, as well as those with no specific faith or religious affiliation are drawn to its pure essence.
Man has always believed in superstitions, which most of them stemmed from emotional needs and distresses.
He described those profound truths, which His Divine Wisdom found it necessary to communicate to us, in allegorical, figurative, and metaphorical language. Therefore Scripture simply tells us, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. Our discussions of kabbalah cover many topics relevant to also understanding “who you are,” and “why are you here at this time and place.” We then probe the fifth spiritual energy dimension with the help of Kabbalistic thinking.
During our discussions you’ll receive knowledge and wisdom by exploring the current theoretical cosmological concepts about the macro and micro worlds, creation, the concept of G-d, the concept of the soul, and many other topics from a Kabbalistic and cosmological point of view; and then we compare those views.
Therefore we call these discussions, “The Scientific Face of Kabbalah-Unfolding the Mystery.” When we look into kabbalah from a scientific perspective we have a whole new view about what is kabbalah. We demonstrate that the way the Kabbalistic sages looked at the universe some 3500 years ago is the same way that the theoretical cosmologists are viewing the world today, except the terminologies were different.
In fact, when you start to understand the writings of some of the sages of authentic kabbalah such as, Abraham’s “Book of CREATION,” ( which by the way is really a book on geometry, astronomy and math besides insights into the world of spirituality written some 3500 years ago), the works of the Ari, Maimonides, Namonides, the Baal Sham Tov, Rav Nachman of Breslov and Rav Ashlag, you will begin to see the similarities to the thinking of the theoretical cosmologists of today.