Women's Rosh Chodesh Society Course "To Believe or Not to Believe in Yourself: How to Achieve Self Mastery" on Zoom.
Please email [email protected] to attend.  Once you RSVP, I will send you a Zoom link for Lesson Two.
Please See Below for a Schedule of all of the Classes in This Series:
Wednesday, March 22
Wednesday, April 19
Wednesday, May 3
Wednesday, May 17
Wednesday, May 31
Wednesday, June 14
Wednesday, June 28
Wednesday, July 19
Wednesday, August 2
Wednesday, August 16
Here's a little bit of info about the course:
Ever feel like you’re running in circles? You’ve got a considerate and sensitive side, but then there’s another chaotic part of you that just wants to go wild and throw all that away. You feel caring and nurturing one moment, self-absorbed and aggressive the next. When we’re feeling conflicted and overwhelmed, making sense of our thoughts and emotions isn’t easy, and making any personal progress of any kind feels hopeless. How do we navigate our inner complexity and chart a clear path for ourselves?

The Rosh Chodesh Society’s upcoming course, TO BElieve OR NOT TO BElieve In YOURSELF,  How to Achieve Self-Mastery, aims to help with that. It  introduces the students to Tanya, a 225-year-old text whose portrayal of human psychology in general, and of our inner spiritual composition in particular, remains as revolutionary—and as refreshing—as ever. The kabbalah-based tools it presents help us understand ourselves, in order to better regulate how we think and feel, and ultimately emerge victorious from life’s inner struggles.

Tanya was authored by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the founder of the Chabad school of thought, to serve as a substitute for his personal mentorship. The students attending this course will experience spiritual counseling from a master of kabbalah and the nature of the soul. They will come to understand the sources of guilt, conflict, and confusion, and find useful practical strategies for developing joy, purpose, direction, and perseverance in everyday life.

TO BElieve OR NOT TO BElieve In YOURSELF grapples with the nature of perfection, and questions whether perfection is even possible. It describes the process of personal change and the struggles that can complicate this process: loss of motivation, lack of progress, and reversion to old habits among them. Tanya’s comprehensive system of self-betterment is multifaceted, depicting change on the behavioral level as well as deep internal changes of attitudes and personality.