72 Names (Hallelujah) Day 28 : My Spirtual Journey & Why I Chose 72 Names to be the Title of My Album

In this video I’m sharing with you a bit of my long spiritual journey. It started from Eastern philosophy, meditation, yoga, Sai Baba, doing healing as Reiki, mystic therapy. Then I discovered that close to my roots there is much to find in Jewish Mysticism and I started to study the Kabbala.

I started with Doctor Tali Loewenthal studying the Hasidic texts of the Tanya book.  Then I had some classes with Rabbi Tatz. and my favourite teacher Jeremy Rosen who was the Rabbi of Yakar,  as he combines Kabbala, philosophy and psychology  in a very deep but also practical way. Then I studied two courses with the Kabbala Centre which is known to the world as a lot of celebrities like Madonna, Jerry Hall and many more have studied there.
Then life took me to do a degree of BA in Jewish studies which I was exposed to the holiest texts in Kabbala like the book of creation and the Zohar but also study philosopher as  Maimonides, Ramban, Spinoza  Martin Buber.  On the course I studied the history of Kabbala and  the academic side of the way it all developed. All this mixture of knowledge brought me to a very balanced way of seeing life and please join in and watch my video.

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Tally Koren

International award-winning singer-songwriter is starting to make waves around the globe. She has been receiving great critical acclaim for her recent performances including the ‘Tate Britain’, the ‘Marbella Film Festival’, the ‘House of Lords’. A BBC Radio 2 playlist artist and the Fringe Award Winner for‘Best Singer-Songwriter’ 2011 Tally’s music has been featured on radio by Chris Evans, Graham Norton, and more In addition Tally is very passionate of using her music to build bridges between Israelis and Palestinians and has recently received a prestigious award as an “Ambassador for Peace” in the House of Commons.

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