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September 2nd, 2014 |

There Are No Small Actions

Kabbalistic Concepts | September 1, 2014

There are no small actions. Have you heard this saying before? When you are walking down the street and come across a wallet or phone that was lost, for example, Kabbalah teaches that it was on purpose that you came across it, that there was a reason for it. The reason you are coming across this wallet or this phone is because you - either now or... read more


Rosh Hashanah Study Guide Week 2

Holidays & Time Zones | August 27, 2014

Most of us live our lives waiting for things to happen – around us, in our relationships, at our jobs, even within. One of the main reasons these things don't happen is because we don't DEMAND CHANGE. We are content to go with the flow, to roll with the punches, to wait for life to change us. After all, we've done our share of changing, right?... read more


Meditations for the Month of Virgo

Astrology | August 24, 2014

The New Moon, or in Hebrew Rosh Chodesh, which means “head of the month,” is the first day of the lunar month. Just as a seed contains the DNA of the entire tree, the first day of the new month contains all of the distinct forces that will be revealed that month. On the New Moon, you have the opportunity to draw power from all of the month’s... read more


Rosh Hashanah Study Guide Week 1

Holidays & Time Zones | August 20, 2014

Today begins our Rosh Hashanah preparation. The fifth book of Moses, Devarim, combined with the month of Leo, provides us with the perfect environment to begin our studies on Rosh Hashanah. We are 5 weeks away from beginning that journey together, and these 5 weeks are crucial to making the most of your preparation for Rosh Hashanah. So to start... read more


The Picture Beyond the Curtain

Kabbalistic Concepts | August 19, 2014

Many years ago, Rav Berg said that the name of this portion, Re’eh, is unusual. It is the only portion in the Torah that shares a name with one of the 72 Names of God, and it has a strong meaning. The word Re’eh means 'to see', but in kabbalistic terms it means to see far beyond our 5 senses. The total number of verses in this portion is 126 (... read more


Words of Creation

Prayer & Meditation | August 18, 2014

Contrary to popular belief, when we pray, it’s not that we go through an intermediary, or, God. It’s actually that we are creating the change ourselves. We, through prayer, have the power to draw into our lives what we are praying for by awakening a true, constant certainty of the presence of the Light of the Creator within us. When you awaken the... read more


Never Face the World Alone

Well Being | August 14, 2014

Today we will discuss how we never, ever face the world by ourselves. What if no one could see me, what if no one would ever know? What would I do if I could get away with it and no person in the world could judge me for it? Have you ever thought like that? Do you know what I’m talking about? Can you taste the flavor of the forbidden action with... read more


Forget About It

Kabbalistic Concepts | August 11, 2014

"The more you give, the more you get." We’ve all heard this before. But have you tried it and found the results very disappointing? You give and give, just to find you’re getting nothing back? Yes? Then the problem most likely lies in the way in which you’re giving. Kabbalah teaches that there’s actually a specific method through which every... read more


Tu B’Av: The Most Joyous Day of the Year

Holidays & Time Zones | July 19, 2013

Some call it the “love holiday,” or the “day of soul mates.” The Talmud calls it “the most joyous day of the year.” While there are many different explanations around what is so special about Tu B’Av, there is one in particular that I find tremendously profound: Tu B’Av, the 15th of Av, is forty days before the date of Creation, the 25th of Elul,... read more

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