What Jesus Really Taught in His Native Aramaic: A Unifying Path to Love & Freedom Using the True Meaning of Jesus’ Words & Wisdom

What Jesus Really Taught in His Native Aramaic

Are you curious about the true meaning and essence of Jesus’ original teachings? About what it would it have been like to hear Jesus speak in his native language of Aramaic?

If you’ve been disillusioned by your religious upbringing or have an intuitive feeling that there must be more to Jesus than what’s conventionally taught through dogma, mistranslations, and often toxic ideologies — you’re not alone!

According to Neil Douglas-Klotz,PhD, internationally renowned for his 40 years of pioneering work on the Aramaic words of Jesus (or Yeshua)…

… understanding what Jesus truly exemplified and said, in Aramaic, can set you free and help you build trust in your larger self and your own heart, expand your perspectives, and bring more joy into life.

Why Attend “What Jesus Really Taught in His Native Aramaic”

What Jesus Really Taught in His Native AramaicDuring this free online spiritual growth workshop, Neil will share about the words of Jesus — the often-misunderstood teacher — and what he intended to communicate throughout his lifetime.

You’ll discover that hearing — and chanting — Yeshua’s Prayer (also known as the Lord’s Prayer) can help you connect with a very different time, when people rarely lived lives of isolation…

… and when humanity, nature, and the Divine were seen as profoundly interconnected.

Neil will explain how, once you hear and feel the true meaning of Jesus’ message in Aramaic, you understand that he wasn’t admonishing us about sin and guilt — but inviting us to empower ourselves.

Class Topics for “What Jesus Really Taught in His Native Aramaic”

You’ll learn that Jesus wasn’t telling us to have faith in him, but to have the same faith he held in an embodied way of living and a spiritual practice you can bring into your daily life, no matter what religious tradition (if any) you observe.

During this eye-opening hour-long session, you’ll:

  • Experience Aramaic chants and meditations to feel the impact of the “Lord’s Prayer” (or Yeshua’s Prayer) and how it can transport you to a more loving, more humane way of being
  • Get a taste of what it was like to hear Jesus speak during his lifetime, and experience the world through the lens intended — to reveal a deep spirituality and liberation that can transform your life
  • Find examining the worldview that existed in Jesus’ time — when humanity, nature, and the Divine were more interconnected — you feel grounded and centered amidst the changes happening around you by
  • Release the feelings of separation and alienation that our modern world can evoke by understanding your place and purpose in relation to Spirit, the whole of humanity, and nature
  • Find trust in your larger self to expand your perspective and bring more joy into your life

This event will introduce you to a path for healing past trauma, transforming your sense of separation and claiming your soul’s purpose through the true meaning of Jesus’ transformative wisdom.

About Your Teacher – Neil Douglas-Klotz, PhD

Neil Douglas-Klotz, PhD, is a renowned writer, researcher, meditation teacher, and musician in the fields of Middle Eastern spirituality and the translation and interpretation of the ancient Semitic languages of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic. Living in Scotland, he was for many years the co-chair of the Mysticism Group of the American Academy of Religion. He also co-founded the International Network of the Dances of Universal Peace in 1982.

A frequent speaker and workshop leader, he is the author of several well-known books. His books on the Aramaic spirituality of Jesus include Prayers of the Cosmos (1990), The Hidden Gospel (1999), Original Meditation (2003), Blessings of the Cosmos (2005), and Revelations of the Aramaic Jesus (2022). His books on a comparative view of Native Middle Eastern spirituality include Desert Wisdom: A Nomad’s Guide to Life’s Big Questions (1995, 2010) and The Tent of Abraham (2006, with Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Sr. Joan Chittister).

His books on Sufi spirituality include The Sufi Book of Life: 99 Pathways of the Heart for the Modern Dervish (2005) and A Little Book of Sufi Stories (2018). He has also edited four collections of the work of Middle Eastern mystic Kahlil Gibran and written a mystery novel set in the first century C.E. Holy Land entitled A Murder at Armageddon (2015). His biographical collections of the works of his Sufi teachers include Gardens of Vision and Initiation (2020, Samuel L. Lewis) and Illuminating the Shadow (2016, Moineddin Jablonski).

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May 11 2024


5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 11 2024
  • Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm




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