Open Learning Course

Kabbalistic Psychology

Examine and evaluate psychological insights found within the corpus of kabbalistic texts.

Start date: February 2022. Length of study: 10 weeks. Tuition: £400.

Examine and evaluate psychological insights found within the corpus of kabbalistic texts. Such insights may be seen to comprise two related aspects: First, the challenge to understanding the nature of mind and, second, the development of techniques and practices directed at attaining a transformed level of being.

We examine what may be best understood as a form of esoteric psychology through which kabbalists grasped the inner, generally unconscious, determinants of thought, and practised techniques through which they participated in what they conceived as the intra-divine reality.

Overview

Accordion Content
  1. Explore psychological interpretations of Kabbalistic teachings
  2. Enhance your understanding of the nature of the human mind, drawing on both psychological literature and ancient mystical texts
  3. Using interactive forums, discuss with peers and the course leader how ancient mystical practices and modern science may intersect and each make a unique and complementary contribution to our understanding of the world
  4. Explore and reflect on ancient transformation practices in several live webinars, combining presentations with experiential exercises and discussion

There are no formal entry requirements to join this course. Come and study purely for personal interest and enrichment … and get the same level access as our postgraduate students who will be studying alongside you!

Before each course begins you will be provided with a Course Outline which will list the reading materials, time-lines, and any activities required as part of the course.

This course features 2 discussion forums, experiential activities and several live webinars.

Course leader

Les Lancaster

Professor B. Les Lancaster

Alef Trust Founder

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