Lag B’Omer: Kabbalah, Mystics, Bonfires and Music

On Lag B'Omer you can be a Kabbalist for a day.

Lag B'Omer is the largest pilgrimage holiday on the Jewish calendar today.

Lag B'Omer helps us access levels of understanding and opens up the world of mysticism for every Jew.

But what does all of this have to do with hair cuts, bonfires, bows and arrows, Kabbalah, mystics, music, all night celebrations at Mount Meron in Israel?

Good question—we are glad you asked 🙂

Join us to explore all of the meaning, symbols, customs and reasons and understand why this is one of the most mystical days of our tradition – and least understood holidays.

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Posted on May 2, 2010, in Judaism. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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