Kierkegaard wrote: Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. We (at least most of us) are (hopefully) aware of the happenings of our surface lives; the things we experience as we travel through our days. But how much do we know about what is going on beneath the surface? Wouldn’t it be fascinating to get a peek behind the scenes of your life? That is, however, easier said than done. There’s like an invisible heavy veil that blinds us from seeing behind the curtain. Is it possible to see your inside story — the story behind the story?
Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this Lag B’Omer workshop — a sequel to last week’s discussion on learning how to connect the dots and discover the hidden choreography of your life narrative. Last week we learned the three ways to discern your life story. This week we will dig deeper and glean lessons from the greatest mystic of them all, the master of secrets — Rashbi — how to probe into the innermost workings of your soul to uncover your true self — a self that you may have never seen before; a self that may surprise you, as it empowers you to fully partake and partner in the unfolding drama of your life story.