What Will You Find Here?
Bnei Baruch is dedicated to providing you with the most comprehensive education in authentic Kabbalah available on the Internet. With services ranging from Internet based classes to the most extensive library of Kabbalistic writings in the world, Bnei Baruch strives to provide you with an environment where your questions can be answered and you can develop your understanding of the world we live in.
The Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education Center provides distance learning opportunities for English and Spanish speaking students around the world. The basic curriculum consists of 2 semesters of classes that span 20 weeks. During the live lessons, you may ask the instructors questions through the web interface. In between classes, there is a Q&A Forum staffed by instructors and advanced students for your use.
Bnei Baruch bases its teachings on the writings of the greatest Kabbalists of all time, including Shimon Bar-Yochai (Rashbi), Isaac Luria, and Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam).
The Kabbalistic Meaning of Bible Stories
This special 6 week mini-course began on December 2, 2014. It explores the meaning of stories such as Adam and Eve, Noah and the flood, Abraham and the Tower of Babel, the exile in Egypt, and Moses and the Exodus from Egypt. Current EC students can watch it on the Fall 2014, Young Group and Graduate Program classrooms. For new students, enroll by clicking on "Register Today." You will then watch on the Winter 2015 Classroom page.
Registration for Winter 2015 is now open. Classes will begin on Sunday, January 11, 2015.Learn more
The Fall 2014 Intermediate Course will begin on January 11, 2015.
*No enrollment required for students who completed the Fundamentals Course.
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Kabbalah.
Kabbalah is the science that explores man's origins, his purpose in life and the method of achieving a perception of reality beyond the five senses of the body. While dealing with elements currently beyond our perception, it is actually a very practical methodology that can be implemented here and now.
Much has been written about Kabbalah over thousands of years, but people have intermingled it with other teachings. This has produced many myths, misconceptions and inaccuracies. In authentic Kabbalah, only teachings from the greatest acknowledged Kabbalists are used for source material. This ensures that students receive the authentic wisdom passed from teacher to student over the ages.
The Zohar is an ancient text that is considered by many to be the quintessential book of spiritual wisdom. Written in the form of legends which have concealed its true meaning for centuries, The Zohar (which means "radiance" in Hebrew) provides us with a valuable tool to help humanity reach a higher state of awareness and potential.
The Kabbalah Education Center courses prepare you to grasp The Zohar's message and method. This is something a person cannot do on his or her own but only through the proper instruction and in connection with others.