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Renewal of Fruit Trees in the Holy Land

Tu B'Shevat

Tu B'Shevat

Mystical Seder of the Safed Kabbalists

January 24 – 25, 2016


  • order "Tree of Life" now and begin gleaning the mystical aspects of Tu B'Shevat! On sale now for only $15
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Teachings from the primary text of Kabbala, "The Book of Shining Light"
Outstanding Kabbalist of the last 1800 years; Leader of the Safed circle of mystics
An anthology of explanations from the Ramban, Rabeinu Bachya, the Shelah, Rabbi Alshich, and the Ohr Hachayim
Watering the Garden
Manna and Fruits of Israel
Sweet Dreams of Fruit
The Emperor, the Elder and the Fig Tree
An anthology of inspirational insights from the Baal Shem Tov and the Hasidic leaders of the succeeding generations
Breaking Through
The Singular Tree
The Human Tree
The Founding First Fruits
Penetrating insights from leading Kabbalists & mystics of our times
The Tree That Tastes Like Its Fruit
Supernal Fields and Orchards
Environmental Sensitivity
A Land of Wheat…and Date Honey
Peels, Seeds and Fruit
Contemporary Illuminations from Ascent-of-Safed's director - Rabbi Shaul Leiter - & other staff & guest teachers
New Year of Delight
The Healing Power of Trees
Mystic Stories
Wonders and inspiration from Kabbalists, Chasidic Rebbes, remarkable Jews
Tu B'Shevat: Basics
Introductory Prayer from Pri Etz Hadar
Which Fruit Comes First?
The Fruits of Israel and the Sefirot
A Tribute to Wine
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