The Powerful Connection Between Kabbalah and Mental Health
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Kabbalah, an esoteric school of thought in Jewish mysticism, features 10 spheres — or, in Hebrew, sefirot. An imbalance in these spheres can manifest as depression, anxiety, and trauma according to clinical psychotherapist Charles Goldberg.
Charles connected much more intently with Judaism in his young adult years when he realized that it is not “just a storybook” but “something that applies to me personally.”
In this video, Charles helps you gain a fresh perspective on mental health and spirituality, by exploring the dimensions of mental well-being via Kabbalistic spheres.