Paradigm Shift is an elevator ride to the heights of what is possible. Synchronize yourself with the mission for which you were placed on earth, and learn to recognize the inherent goodness and perfection in yourself, in others, and in every circumstance of your life.
Distilled into six succinct lessons, this empowering course offers a revolutionary outlook on life, culled from the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory.
This course is offered in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Rebbe's passing. Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, 1902-1994.
Six Wednesday evenings
Beginning July 17
7:30 - 9:30 pm
Six Thursday mornings
Beginning July 18
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Chabad Jewish Center of Bloomfield Hills
3805 Quarton Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
$80.00 (textbook included)
Scholarships available. Please contact Rabbi Dubov for details.
15% couples discount
Join the first class free (with no obligation to continue)
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A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
Parts of life you enjoy. Others, you just can't stand. Without being naive, is it possible to see only the good in everything? How can we find the positive spark in old age, work, struggle—even arrogance, evil, and death? A sophisticated understanding of reality uncovers a world in which there is only opportunity, positivity, and goodness.
REALIZING YOUR POTENTIAL
The soul is not a recessive gene. With every movement of the body, its innate perfection finds expression. Discovering this for yourself will not only boost your self-esteem and improve your relationships, but will also lead you to demand more of yourself and push your limits to redefine what is possible.
"THIS IS MISSION CONTROL"
We are all so alike, yet so different. Each of us was endowed with a unique set of talents and circumstances precisely because there is a specific personal life-mission for each of us to fulfill. How do you utilize this custom toolbox of fate and skill to decipher your individual purpose in this world?
FOLLOWER OR LEADER
Who is the ideal religionist? The dutiful follower who submits completely to the will of a higher being? Or he who integrates, internalizes, and owns his beliefs—to cultivate a personal relationship with G‑d, becoming a leader in his own right? This lesson questions the foundations of our perception of religion.
THE UPSIDE OF FAILURE
We all make mistakes. Such is life. But why was it intended to be this way? This lesson explores how failure is not an anomaly in the design of creation, but the tool through which the highest form of success is carved.
OPENING OUR EYES
The purpose of creation is finally within reach. Despite tensions in parts of the globe, revolutionary changes are taking place in technology, in politics, and in the human spirit—many bearing markings of an impending biblical redemption. How do we awaken ourselves to this reality—to recharge for the sprint to the finish line?
Nobel Prize laureate, noted author, professor, and political activist
"I know of no one who has left the Rebbe without being deeply affected, if not changed, by their encounter. Time in his presence begins running at a different pace. You feel inspired, you feel self-examined, you are made to wonder about the quest for meaning which ought to be yours. In his presence nothing is superficial, nor is it artificial. In his presence you come closer in touch with your inner center of gravity."
Prime Minister of Israel Addressing the UN General Assembly
"The Rebbe told me...remember that in a hall of perfect darkness, if you light one small candle, its precious light will be seen by everyone. Your mission is to light a candle for truth and for the Jewish people... that's what I've tried to do ever since, and this is what we are all asked to do."
Prominent lawyer, jurist, author, and political commentator
"Thirty-five years ago, I had the privilege to meet with the Rebbe. It was for me one of the great honors and educational experiences of
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Chief Rabbi Emeritus,
"I was touched by one of the greatest Jewish leaders, not just of our time, but of all time....The Rebbe was my satellite navigation system, showing me where to go