Work of a Kabbalist
Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi (January 8, 1933 – September 21, 2020) 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.
We are in process of curating video and audio recordings of Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi taken over a span of 20 years. Through a series of interviews and conversations, they offer a glimpse into his life and teaching.
In our series, Work of a Kabbalist, Halevi discusses a range of topics including the Tradition of Kabbalah, Jacob's Ladder, the Tree of Life, Schools of the Soul, and his personal background and training.
We periodically post rough media clips that may be of interest as we continue in production. Work of a Kabbalist is due to be released in 2022
We will be posting rough cuts, clips and other material we think may be of interest as we progress with the project.
Themes for Contemplation
One of Halevi’s teaching methods was to ask students to contemplate and meditate on specific topics. This method combined theory and practice to develop a deeper understanding of the kabbalistic tradition.
In conjunction with the Kabbalah Society, we offer clips from his lectures and interviews concerning essential Kabbalsitic themes. You can find theme related articles, Q&A sessions, meditations as well as videos on the the Contemplations section of the Kabbalah Society web site.
What is Time?
You can find theme related articles, Q&A sessions, meditations as well as videos on the the Contemplations section of the Kabbalah Society web site.
The Four Worlds
Additional rough cut video clips from Work of a Kabbalist, scheduled for release in 2022.
Kabbalah Society Videos is dedicated to preserving and continuing the teachings of Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi through curating the media archives of his life’s work and teachings and continue the Living Tradition of the Toledano School of Kabbalah.