Posted In: The Omer, Astrology, Holidays & Time Zones Posted On: April 21,2014
Welcome to the 2nd week of the spiritually powerful time known as the "Omer." ( If you haven’t heard about the Omer check out my recent blog post by clicking here). On Wednesday of this week, we will experience the height of the astrological phenomenon known as the Cardinal Grand Cross which is formed by four planets-Uranus, Pluto, Jupiter, and Mars- being at 90 degree angles from each other. As we mentioned before, this specific configuration signals big changes that can manifest for us individually and collectively. Our work (as students of spiritual consciousness) is to make sure the transformation that will occur will be from the negative to the positive; from destruction to construction; from darkness to Light. This transformation applies not only to to our personal lives but also to the evolution of the world. The Kabbalists have always said that humanity’s most powerful "tool" is the power of choice. No matter what situation or problem arises, we have the ability to choose how... Read More
Posted In: The Omer, Holidays & Time Zones Posted On: April 17,2014
Those of you who have joined me in my daily posts and emails over the past few weeks know that we have been going through a powerful spiritual period of time. First, we had the 12 days of Aries, which challenged us to grow and to correct different aspects of ourselves. Then on Monday night, we experienced the Pesach Seder: a cosmic window through which we received a taste of our potential—a free gift and a powerful injection of energy for our spiritual process. Now we have entered a new period of time that we call the "Omer," a 49-day period of spiritual testing through which we can earn and keep the Light that we received on Pesach for ourselves and for the world. Rav Ashlag, the founder of the Kabbalah Centre, wrote about global spirituality—the idea that we can restore peace to humanity through our individual efforts to overcome our own greed and ego and to share human dignity with others. Global spirituality is based on the understanding that each person has within him- or herself... Read More
Tonight, the 15th of the lunar month of Aries, is known as Pesach. Pesach is not a religious holiday, but rather a powerful cosmic window of opportunity through which we can receive the energy to sustain our spiritual work for the year to come. Each and every one of us is a flower in the garden of God. But as with any garden, there are weeds—weeds that need to be properly uprooted to prevent them from growing back time and time again. Pesach is a time for weeding. It is a time for uprooting those things that keep us from revealing our potential in this world—the abandonment issues, the not feeling good enough, the insecurity of being who we are... The list can go on and on, and it is different for each person. In Kabbalah, we learn that if we can get to the root of these issues and change our consciousness about them, then we can begin to find real freedom. For example, instead of getting depressed or falling into guilt when we see what is wrong in ourselves, we need to say, “Wow!... Read More

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