Kabbalah of the Soul

1-4 PM, February 16, Unity in Lynnwood

16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway

The essential question is not, What is going on here?” but, Who is going on here?”

Kabbalah is the heart of the Jewish mystical tradition. The word literally means, that which is received, and refers to the ongoing evolution of spiritual awakening.

In this afternoon workshop, Rabbi Ted focuses on the Kabbalah's Three Levels of the Soul. This map of spiritual identity supports our ability to appreciate where we are — and who we are — at any given moment of our lives. Everyone is welcome. Free will donation.


Idolatry Then and Now

9 & 11 AM, February 17, Unity in Lynnwood

16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway

An exploration of the lure of idolatry and how it can actually support our spiritual journey.


Spiritual Saturday: An inclusive Shabbat celebration

11 AM, March 2, Unity in Lynnwood

16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway

The services live stream on Ted Falcon's Facebook page and on YouTube. In 2019, our intentional spiritual community will gather for Spiritual Saturday on: April 20, May 11, June 8, July 13, August 10, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14.


Light in times of darkness

Internal night is the time of forgetting, the time of loneliness, anguish, pain, and despair. To have a regular practice of bringing Light helps us awaken even in the midst of our struggles.

from Weekly Focus


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Spiritual guide, author, teacher, therapist
Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, is a Reform Rabbi with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology who has pioneered the revival of authentic Jewish spiritual traditions. Rabbi Ted founded universally-focused synagogue communities in Los Angeles and in Seattle, and now presents and writes as the rabbi of the Interfaith Amigos. He is a spiritual therapist in private practice, and a popular speaker and teacher of a universal spirituality honoring the interconnectedness of all life.



To learn about supporting Rabbi Ted's work, click here.




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