THE MIDDLE POINT with YOSEF DZG
New York, NY, USA
“In a world where language, mind, and body tend to separate us, I see the necessity for a space where we can focus on unity: The main purpose of this weekly class is to connect the dots throughout spiritual knowledge, using three main languages: Torah, Astrology, and Tarot.“
We will connect into the energies of the week through the observation of the main theme of the Torah as seen through the kabbalistic lens and its correlation with the transits in the heavens and the tarot archetypes to help us activate these energies consciously: We are invited to extract the weekly lessons at hand, and use the concepts as a tool for contemplation throughout the week. After a 30 minute talk, we will open the space for anyone to share their experience.
This class is named after the Lurianic Kabbalah’s concept of the “Middle Point” and refers to a turning point where one’s desire to receive becomes the desire to share.
Yosef Diaz Diaz De Granadas was born in Santa Marta, Colombia, in the Sierra Nevada where the Kogi still live to this day. He always felt drawn to subconscious symbolism, shamanic wisdom, and plant medicine and after a career in multi-media and image consulting, he decided to return to his roots in the Sierra Nevada, where he began his spiritual journey learning about Shamanism from the Kogi and other local tribes.
In a life-altering experience with the Kogi, the plant medicine showed him the interconnectedness of all life and lead him to understand and see everything as a reflection of who and what we are on the inside. Springing from this realization was the inner knowing that our lives are but reflections of the stars and planets, illustrating the hermetic principles “as above so below, and as within so without”.
Following this epiphany and his heart, Yosef decided to study Astrology alternating between Casa XI in Argentina, Marianella Bornacelli in Colombia, New Paradigm Astrology in the US, and the Academy of Kabbalistic Astrology in Moskow.
On his healing journey, he continuously thirsted for more knowledge and understanding, enlightenment, and self-awareness, which eventually lead him to the teachings of Kabbalah and Ancient Judaism.
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