Sacred Challah and Shabbat Wine-Phase 2

Per Dr. Cousens, ” For a bread to be considered a traditional challah, it must contain grain. We have added 3 grains of buckwheat to meet that criteria.” Ingredients: 2 C. almond flour 1 1/2 C. coconut water or raisin soak water 3/4 C. golden flax seeds, ground 1/2 C. raisins, soaked 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 1/2 tsp. Celtic salt 1 tsp. nutmeg or pumpkin spice 3 grains buckwheat, soaked ( soak 6 hours in room temperature water or cooler) 1/2 C. flax seed, ground for cutting board Optional: 1 apple, shredded 1/2 C. almonds or pecans, soaked and finely chopped […]

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Instinctual Drive to Know God

Satsang on April 14th, 2014 In terms of Dharma we understand that with the Id we have the instinctual drive of survival and sexuality and death.  We also have the instinctual drive to know God.  This is just the program that we have.  So when we look at the spiritual practice, or better yet what in Yogic terms we call Sanatana Dharma (the natural way of living that leads to liberation), we are creating a way to develop, inspire, and nurture the instinctual drive to liberation (or, in Hebrew, Shevekut D’vekut).  That’s the primary “id drive” and program of all […]

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Kristin Neibling

Tree of Life is a wonderful place to rejuvenate on every level and to leave with the stuff to live more fully and authentically. Shabbat, Inipi, the people (underlined), the depth of the lessons and how seamlessly they integrated with other spiritual teachings and experiences I have experienced. I felt so much support in meditation times, which allowed me to come more fully to life. I also really enjoyed the opportunity to connect with so many of the other participants and staff from all over the world.

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Angela Hamblin

The seven day juice fast is an authentic gentle and loving spiritual journey inward. The love and support from the Tree of Life Staff empowers you to go deep within. The experience of awakening the kundalini energy is exciting and humbling. The meditations, yoga, and shabbat open you even deeper on this mystical beautiful path of love and light. The surroundings are divine love and a pure pleasure. I am honored and greatful to be in love with my life and all of God’s creation as one. I am joyfully greateful for the divine and the entire staff at the Tree […]

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Shabbat In Biafra

We had an amazing shamanic Shabbat in Biafra.  It was attended by 60 people including 11 tribal chiefs and took place at the king’s palace.  The Igbo tribe comprising this kingdom see themselves (though primarily Christian) as one of the lost segments of Am Yisrael.  They have actively passed on this awareness of their roots from generation to generation.  I heard several stories about this bloodline passed on from father to son.  I was perceived, experienced, and greeted as a literal blood brother.  Together we were connecting with ancient roots that go back as far as 3,300 years. It was […]

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