SULAM CHI
Integrating the Energies of Tai Chi & Kabbalah's Tree of Life

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Meditation in Motion

Sulam Chi is a mind/body/spirit practice that only takes a few minutes to do but gives you tremendous benefits. I co-created it with another student of my Kabbalah teacher. Sulam Chi is a fantastic way to focus your mind, touch your soul, and ground your body at the same time.

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Activate the Energy

Sulam Chi is a simple and beautiful way to experience the Divine through movement. The ten energy centers of the Tree of Life are mapped to our bodies. While doing the movements, you also focus on a set of original prayers/intentions linked to the energy centers to activate the Divine energies that live inside us. 

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Learn Sulam Chi Online

  • Sulam Chi Online

    29.99$
    An integration of the energies of Tai Chi and Kabbalah
     
    • Detailed instruction on learning the movements of Sulam Chi.
    • Instructions for a set of foundational exercises.
    • An overview of Kabbalah's Tree of Life.
    • The story behind the creation of Sulam Chi.

Testimonials:

​​Sulam Chi has tremendous power, depth, and beauty. I feel peaceful, strong, and energized after doing it. It has become a joyful part of my daily practice.  

 

-  Lynn Freeman, Santa Fe, NM 

Sulam Chi is a unique form of devotional exercise that combines the Tree of Life and Tai Chi. It brings you into the experience of ancient wisdom, while nourishing the moments you are living. It is practical and wise, and Levi Ben-Shmuel is an excellent teacher. As I say in my book, "there is no substitute for practice" and this is a great practice. 

 

- Paul David Walker, CEO coach, poet, and author of, “Unleashing Genius”

I found Levi's Sulam Chi workshop to be truly inspiring as we worked with the energies of Tai Chi and the power of Kabbalah. The time flew by as we learned, practiced, questioned, and learned even more. Levi is a kind, warm, and attentive teacher; it was an honor to be in the presence of a master.  

 

-  Rick Meyer, Albuquerque, NM 

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