Our day started with the amazing Adrienne talking to us about The Kabbalah Of Love and how being a ‘master’ of love means mastering the art of outwards focus. The more you give, the more you love.
For me the most important message was that a good relationship is not 50-50. It’s 100-100. It’s not about keeping score. It’s about investing everything you have into your soulmate, focusing on their virtues, “staying hydrated” and realizing your potential and growing together.
We then headed north to Tsfat, the highest city in the Galilee and indeed, in Israel. Tsfat is one of Israel’s Four Holy Cities, and a centre of Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism.
We visited Tsfat Mikveh, one of the most beautiful Mikveh facilities in Israel, built on the premise that a beautiful and meaningful Mikveh experience impacts on the future of the Jewish people. The attendants that showed us around radiated absolute beauty and joy - a visible testament to the spiritual fulfillment this ritual brings.
After an informative tour of the city and some free time for shopping, we made our way to Zichron Yaakov for dinner.
Our crazy real and dream worlds collided when we unexpectedly bumped into some ‘Perthies’ at a Zichron Yaakov restaurant. We had no idea they were even in Israel - it’s a very, very small world indeed.