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New course for women, Insight: Infused with Wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, explores the Rebbe’s broad view of the world at large, our personal failures, the feminine role, current trends and events, and more.
This November, the Rosh Chodesh Society—the women’s division of the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI)—launches its latest course, Insight, slated to run in over 220 locations across the globe. This seven-part series is a remarkably transformative experience that unveils the purpose, beauty, and power buried within ourselves, our destiny, and all of existence. It does so by distilling the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s unique wisdom and infusing our lives with the ability to see things from his empowering perspective.
“Contrary to the idiom ‘What you see is what you get,’ our sight is superficial, taking in the exterior and leaving the interior undiscovered,” says RCS director Mrs. Shaindy Jacobson. “With Insight, however, we enter within and encounter a deeper, more truthful, and divine reality begging to be embraced.”
The course will be taught once per month for seven consecutive months and is designed for women at all levels of Jewish knowledge.
“This course allows us a clear window into the teachings of the Rebbe, enabling us to learn how to start seeing everything from a different perspective—a perspective that is truly liberating and life changing,” says Mrs. Vaisfiche, facilitator for the Society. “I invite you on a journey in which wild jungles morph into beautiful gardens, dreadful weaknesses become cathartic strength, and blind adherents become conductors of insight . . .”
The Rosh Chodesh Society is an international Jewish sisterhood that aims to connect, empower, and inspire Jewish women through monthly Jewish learning and cultural experiences. For more information on Insight, visit http://myrcsociety.com/.
Mrs. Vaisfiche of Chabad of Scottsdale will be teaching Insight at Chabad of Scottsdale once each month, with the first class taking place on November 17th. Anyone interested is welcome to visit chabadofscottsdale.org/rcs or call 480.998.1410 for more information or to register.