EARLY IN THE EARLY ’80s, a small group of companions decided to read Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi’s (Warren Kenton) book, Adam and the Kabbalistic Tree. We met every Tuesday evening around 8 p.m. in our home at Greencroft Gardens to read a chapter of this book, paragraph by paragraph, sharing comments, observations, or gleaned insights. Sometimes the conversations were so rich we would cover one or two pages. On many occasions, Warren would join us and sit on the sofa listening to us reading his book. At times, when we came upon more complex passages, and couldn’t work them out, we were able to say, “Warren, what do you mean by this?” He would then explain. Over the years we also read A Kabbalistic Universe under his watchful eye.
In this manner, Joanna and I would like to invite you to join us in reading Warren’s last book, Kabbalistic Contemplations. We will ask you to read two contemplations before each session so we can discuss and share our observations as we proceed, allowing the pace of the session to be dictated by the dynamic of the conversation and insights.
OUR FREE ONLINE READING SESSIONS: We ask you to uphold regular attendance for our readings to help us form a group vessel over this period. We thank you for this consideration.
DAY & TIME: THURSDAY @ 18:45–20:15 hrs (London) The zoom platform opens at 18:45 hrs (London).