Ohad Pele Ezrahi is known to be a bridge between the ancient knowledge of sacred mystery schools and the world of love, sexuality, and relationships today. Together with his life partner, Dawn, and their international Web of Love, he is dedicated to the creation of new conscious communities that explore renewed ways to live and love on Planet Earth.
Ohad Pele Ezrahi spent his young adult years in the most extreme, Orthodox Jewish, kabbalistic world in Jerusalem, where he specialized in the teachings of the kabbala. After leaving the Orthodox world, he was recognized and ordained as a rabbi in the Jewish Renewal Movement by the late Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, who gave him a specific blessing to renew the sacred work of the kedeshas in our modern communities.
Born and raised in Israel, Ohad Pele Ezrahi has written seven non-fiction books in Hebrew, offering new perspectives on eros and kabbala. In his book, Who’s Afraid of Lilith? (2005), he exposed the unknown healing power of Lilith, the dark goddess, as portrayed in hidden 16th century kabbalistic writings. In Two Cherubs (1997), he explored the deep erotic symbolism of the Jerusalem Temple, and in Leviathan’s Secrets (2005, co-authored with Micha Ankori, PhD.), he explored kabbalistic mythologies from the perspective of Jungian depth psychology.
Ohad Pele Ezrahi is a lead facilitator in ISTA — The International School of Temple Arts. He is offering transformational workshops and sacred ceremonies all over the world. His dream and mission is to establish Love Ashrams and temples for the renewal of sacred sexuality offerings around our beautiful planet.