A Spiritual Skill-Building School

A mystical school taught by Hadar Cohen on direct experience of God through heart-centered spiritual traditions.

Open to people of all faiths.


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A 12-week training to cultivate the mind, body, and heart for spiritual transformation. In this interactive community cohort, you will learn practical skills to deepen your understanding of self, others and Creator.





Open to people of all faiths. 


All classes are virtual through Zoom with closed captioning available. 

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Spiritual teachings ​direct us to the truths of life. God is a lived reality present through all creation. Our experience is at the heart of our spiritual journey. 

The modern world conditions us to understand our experience solely through the physical world. Yet spirituality ​expands our worldview through guiding us into the ​dimensions of our internal world. ​Here, we awaken into the infinite mysterious nature of God by meeting the Self.


Our school teaches practical spiritual skills to connect to the Divine Presence. 

שִׁוִּיתִי יְהוָה לְנֶגְדִּי תָמִיד


"I place God before me at all times."


- Pslams 16:8

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Join this membership based Jewish Mystical School starting at $40/month and have access to recordings and live classes on Jewish tradition. Open to people of all faiths. 

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A 12-week training that teaches practical skills of how to use the mind, body and heart to ground your relationship with the Creator.

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1:1 sessions that support you in connecting to Divine Presence. Sessions combine body awareness practices, talking through experiences, and energetic liberation work. Tarot readings available as well.

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Summer Season Live Classes for Jewish Mystical School: 


Sivan: Foundations of Jewish Prayer

Sundays 10 - 11:00 AM PST

June 4, 11, 18

What is prayer and what does Jewish tradition offer us in understanding prayer? Come join this 3 part course to delve into the wisdom of prayer through a Jewish lens. Together we will look at the structure of prayer in Judaism and discuss its modern relevance for us today. We will also look at certain prayers and ponder their meanings. This class will include text analysis, interpretations and community discussion. 



Tammuz - Av: High Holiday Liturgy 

Sundays 10 - 11:30 AM PST

July 9, 16, 23, 30

Curious about the meanings of the prayers in the High Holiday service? Come join this 3 part course to learn the texts of prayer for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In this course we will look at the structure of the High Holiday liturgy as well as analyze the meaning of these texts. This course will help you spiritually prepare for the portal of awakening that is High Holidays. 



Elul: Selichot: Prayers of Forgiveness 

Sundays 10 - 11:30 AM PST

August 20, August 27, September 3

Selichot is a set of liturgical prayers sung during the month of Elul to awaken the heart to return to the Divine. In this course, you will learn about the Sephardic Selichot practice through looking at the text of these potent songs and analyzing their meanings together in community. You will also receive various tunes and melodies for the songs to practice singing at your own pace. 


Open to people of all faiths. For members only. 

All classes are virtual through Zoom with closed captioning available. They will all be recorded and then uploaded for members to watch at their own time.  

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Curriculum on the Cosmology of Creation

School’s Philosophy


The first teaching in our school is God is Everything. This means that every moment, every breath, every experience is a learning of God. Nothing is separate from God, all experiences swim in the Divine streams.


We believe in God not as an abstract phenomena but as a lived reality. We teach through the fields of consciousness, energy and devotion, meaning that the teachings don’t simply happen in the classroom but through life itself. Our core principle is that direct experience is the highest form of wisdom. We equip our students with methodology to navigate their inner landscapes to experience God directly. Our mission is to integrate the spiritual and physical realms through understanding of the self.  


Our purpose is to articulate with precision the reality of God and train spiritual skills to experience the Divine Realm through one’s unique positionality. We are dedicated to the liberation of every being. This means that no teacher can liberate her students, but rather the student must learn to liberate themselves with the tools the teacher provides. 


Our teachings are open and accessible to people of all faiths and backgrounds.


Malchut is a Hebrew word that means queendom. Malchut shares its root origins with the Arabic word Mamlaka, meaning the realm of regality.

From a Kabbalistic perspective, Malchut is one of the 10 Divine Aspects known in Hebrew as the Sefirot. These 10 Sefirot are the foundation of the Tree of Life, the tree kept and protected in the Garden of Eden after the fall of Adam and Eve . Malchut is the last aspect on the tree representing the final stage of creation. It is often synonymous with the Divine Feminine, sometimes known in Hebrew as the Shechinah - the Dwelling Presence. Malchut holds the energies from the upper Sefirot and manifests them into the creation of the world. In this way, the meaning of Malchut is the manifestation of God in the world.

The name of this school is Malchut because the foundation of our learning is to return to our royal nature of Divine Beings. It was also chosen to signify our commitment to the embodiment of spiritual teachings in our world.


Hadar Cohen

Hadar is an Arab Jewish scholar, mystic and artist. She teaches spirituality and Jewish mysticism at Malchut, a mystical school teaching direct experience of God. She is originally from Jerusalem with lineage across the Middle East including Iran, Iraq, Syria and Palestine. Hadar is a Jewish mystic with Sephardic roots who’s building decolonial frameworks for worshiping God. Her artistic mediums include performance, movement, writing, weaving, sound, and ritual. Through integrating the spiritual and political, Hadar creates socially aware art that transforms systems of oppression into ecosystems of liberation and healing. To learn more, visit her personal website

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3 Channels of Malchut

These channels are core to understanding ourselves and our world.

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The Mind

Learn to work with your own awareness

2nd Channel


The Body

Learn to embody God through reality

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The Heart

Learn to combine awareness and experience

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Jewish Mystical School

A membership based community learning Jewish tradition together

Open to people of all faiths

 For thousands of years, communities would congregarte to learn spiritual teachings together. Jewish tradition has evolved throughout the generations yet this practice of learning in community has remained. Our school is situated in the modern era but desires to bring this ancient wisdom to the people. We believe in the potency of spiritual traditions to enrich our lives today. 

Our hopes is to create a community that engages with Jewish tradition through serious learning. We also teach the spiritual essence of Judaism through understanding the Divine Presence woven throughout.

Judaism is a beautiful religion and our classes are accessible to people of all backgrounds - whether you are just starting or an advanced learner. We also value the multi-religious spirit of God and invite people of other traditions who would like to deepen their understanding of Judaism and Jewish practice. 

The classes are taught by Hadar Cohen

Our space is inclusive to people of all genders, identities and faiths. 

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Listen to Hadar's Web

Hadar's Web is a podcast featuring community conversations on spirituality, healing, justice, and art. Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more. 

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