A Living Tradition

Kabbalah Society Videos is dedicated to preserving the teachings of Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi through curating our digital collection of his lectures, interviews and courses as part of the Toledano School of Kabbalah. 

Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi

Warren Kenton, who wrote and taught under his Hebrew name, Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi, was one of the most profound and influential Kabbalists in the 20th and 21st centuries. Acclaimed author, teacher and mystic, he wrote over 17 books on Kabbalah, which were translated into 16 languages. He developed contemporary tools and methods for self development and taught students from around the world. He founded both the International Kabbalah Society, and a School of the Soul he called the Toledano Tradition. Kabbalah Society videos

Work of a Kabbalist
Our tribute, Work of a Kabbalist, offers a glimpse into the life and teachings of Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi. He speaks about the Tradition of Kabbalah, Jacob's Ladder, the Tree of Life, Schools of the Soul, and his personal background and training.

A Living Tradition
In spiritual work supportive companions can be vital for one's growth and development.

Halevi founded a School of the Soul he called the Toledano Tradition. In lectures, interviews and discussions, he defines and describes Schools of the Soul and their purpose.

Schools of the Soul

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Catching the Dew of Heaven
One definition of Kabbalah is "to receive" and in this video series, Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi discusses the basic premise of Kabbalah, its core concepts and central symbol, the Tree of Life.