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Kabbalistic Teachings of the Female Prophets: The Seven Holy Women of Ancient Israel by J. Zohara Meyerhoff Hieronimus

The spiritual teachings of Israel’s biblical prophetesses from a kabbalistic perspective

• Explores the lives and symbolic significance of seven female prophets: Sarah, Miriam, Devorah, Chanah, Avigail, Chuldah, and Esther

• Uses the gematria of Jewish metaphysics to demonstrate that prophecy is a mystical initiatory path by which Divine Will is made known, not only a tool for telling the future

• Presents practical applications of kabbalistic teachings for spiritual development

The seven prophetesses of Israel--Sarah, Miriam, Devorah, Chanah, Avigail, Chuldah, and Esther--lived between 1800 and 350 BCE. Their combined lives reflect a kabbalistic path of spiritual evolution that is as pertinent to our lives today as it was for the biblical communities in which they lived.

From her studies of the Torah and classical gematria, Zohara Hieronimus shows that each prophetess is linked to a Sefirah on the kabbalistic Tree of Life: from creation (Sarah) through learning correct moral action (Devorah) to the promise of redemption and ultimately resurrection (Esther). Using the stories of their lives and teachings, Hieronimus reveals the relationship of each prophetess to the seven days of the week, the seven sacred species of Israel, the human body, and Jewish holidays and rituals.

This book presents the kabbalistic teachings of these holy women and what they reveal about the initiatory path of individual development and redemption. The seven prophetesses show that every person has a part to play in the repair of the world, and Hieronimus gives a practical set of maps and spiritual guidelines for that journey.
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As some of you may know, Saybrook University, where Stanley Krippner has served for more than four decades, is moving from the Bay Area to Southern California. This means that as of this month, Stanley loses his office, his administrative assistant, research funding, and his job. Read more. Ruscombe Mansion Community Health Center is welcoming the holistic healing community for a networking and educational event on Thursday, April 4, from PM. This event is an opportunity for holistic healers, recent graduates, and current students involved in the greater Baltimore area healing community, to meet, connect, and grow.

Ruscombe practitioners are all certified and licensed in their individual fields of expertise and are chosen for their dedication to service to the community.
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Our center is situated on one acre of the original estate of the James W. The Mansion Yellowood was built in by the achitectural firm of Ellicott and Emmart. The Hill House Yellowwood was built in the s and in the s was physically moved to its current location next to the Mansion. Email us for information about making a tax deductible donation. Inspired by her own search for self healing for a chronic condition, Zohara gathered a collective of health care practitioners integrating ancient and modern therapeutics with emphasis on non-toxic and non-invasive procedures. Practitioners at Ruscombe focus on the whole person, not simply the physical malady or symptom or disease. There is a healing atmosphere about the grounds and the setting of the facility itself.

An integrative approach to health care is provided at the Ruscombe Mansion Community Health Center by over two dozen certified, licensed holistic professionals in private practice. Ruscombe is the oldest, free-standing center of its kind and size in North America, and our goal is to address the unique needs of each individual by focusing on the whole person, not simply the physical malady or symptom of disease. When working with an adult or child, all aspects of the person - the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual - are considered for the achievement and maintenance of optimal health. Specializing in preventive medicine and health maintenance, as well as caring for the acute and chronically ill, practitioners at Ruscombe combine ancient and modern diagnostic and therapeutic systems to support the natural healing process within the individual. Emphasis is always on the use of non-toxic and non-invasive procedures. It is our mission to provide a peaceful, comfortable setting to offer professional, complementary medical options to the general public.

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