Free Wellbeing eCourse, Bridging Wellbeing, Kabbalah, and the Renaissance

February 08 01:51 2017
What do wellbeing, Kabbalah, and the Italian Renaissance have in common? How can people get actionable wellbeing approaches, inspired by the Renaissance and applicable to everyday life? Author Frank Ra summarized his findings in a practical eCourse, available for free for this intake only on http://www.exstatica.org/wellbeingcourse/ He is also offering 100 free copies of the book EXSTATICA.

FIRENZE, Italy – On March 8th, a free wellbeing course will start on http://www.exstatica.org/. Participants will be able to expand their awareness about behaviour, emotions, cognition, and purpose. Lasting 5 weeks, the EXSTATICA eCourse requires about 10 minutes of listening and another 10 minutes of self-enquiry per week. This intake of the course is free, and 100 lucky participants will also win a free copy of the EXSTATICA book, to be released on Earth Day. What participants learn during the course can easily be applied to personal wellbeing, creativity, relationships, career, business, and financial wellbeing.

The course takes inspiration from the Italian Renaissance, a period of splendor for the arts and spirituality, but a very challenging one as well. There are many similarities between that age and the state of the World today, according to author Frank Ra. “To facilitate our growth, as individual people and as a society, I decided to share what I learn from the Italian Renaissance, and from its spiritual sparkle: the Kabbalah of Abraham Abulafia. Abulafia was the most important kabbalist, but he is still unknown to many,” says Frank.

Abraham Abulafia was a Spanish kabbalist, that traveled through Europe and beyond, learning and sharing his Ecstatic Kabbalah. He inspired many key personalities of the Italian Renaissance, including Pico Della Mirandola, and many artists and thinkers afterwards. Umberto Eco mentioned him, as did Philip K. Dick. Abulafia inspired some poets of the Beat Generation, science-fiction writes, and even one Hollywood movie with Richard Gere. Frank has merged the teachings of Abulafia, his knowledge of the Renaissance period and contemporary approaches to offer a path that he calls Exstatic Wellbeing. 


Eckhart Tolle and Frank Ra in Vancouver

The EXSTATICA course covers the four spheres of Exstatic Wellbeing: purpose, cognition, emotions and behaviour. The journey starts with a brief historic introduction, to become familiar with some of the key inspirators and protagonists of the Renaissance, including Abraham Abulafia, Ramon Llull, Marsilio Ficino, Pico Della Mirandola, Lorenzo de’ Medici, Flavio Mitridate, Yohanan Alemanno. Then, it moves into self-enquiry and practical applications of these principles. 

This eCourse is guaranteed to be very inspiring and effective. Frank Ra is not new to the World of awareness and personal-development. He is the author of the best-sellers “BioHarmonizing” and “A course in happiness”. He is Italian, so since childhood he witnessed the magnificence of the Italian Renaissance. He has spent most of his adult life in North America, England and Estonia, and traveling. He is a Dharma instructor; has been coaching and working in eCommunication since late 1995; he also studied nutrition, business and graduated in International Relations and Diplomacy. Globe-trotting around the World and meeting different cultures, he understood that what we need for our Wellbeing is often already available here and now.

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Company Name: EXSTATICA
Contact Person: Frank
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Phone: +44 7509 682354
Country: Italy
Website: http://www.exstatica.org/

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