As we transition from the earth sign of Tevet- Capricorn to the air sign of Shevat- Aquarius, we all feel a deep shift within and without in the world around us.
It is no surprise that the month of Shevat heralds the budding of the trees on the 15th of the month, representing renewal and rejuvenation. The acronym of the new month is Shnitbaser Besorot Tovot- שבט/ May we hear good news.
I look forward to sharing some of deep Torah on this new exciting month.
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In what will undoubtedly go down in history as a most difficult year for every single human on the planet, I believe that 2020 will be remembered as a pivotal year for human evolution.
Is there perhaps a juncture, a new way forged forth which will shift the way we live, think, eat, interact, love, hate, create, and manifest?
If anything taught us that we must look towards change, it is was and is Covid.
An unseen microcosmic enemy suddenly caused governments to examine how they control and care for their people.
Politics, greed, and power became certainly more confusing, but either apparently clear to some or enslaving to others.
That no government or politician will save us from ourselves became obvious to some, vs just not this politician became THE agenda for others, wreaking national havoc and sowing discord between neighbors.
The tiny virus broadcasting to us extremely loudly to some yet faintly to others “where...
The month of Kislev, the third month of the year, is powerful, a month of miracles, and an auspicious time in bringing out our deeper drive, uncovering dreams and refuelling our passions and reasons for living.
Well-known is that the beloved holiday of Chanukah falls out during this time, on the 25th day of Kislev, and is celebrated for 8 days. Less known are the following five revelations about this month.
In the Jewish calendar, there are two “heads of the year,” or new years- the month of Tishrei- Libra, and the month Nissan- Aries. Kabbalah and Chassidus explain that Tishrei is the head of the year related to this world, while Nissan is the head of the year as it relates to the miraculous.
While this topic is a class in itself, it is important to know that Kislev...
The month of Nissan is called "the head of the year" of the months. Nissan has the direct flow of Divine energy and is associated with revelations of miracles and the ability to communicate in a clear way. Delve into these concepts in this class!
The Kabbalah of Aquarius
Beyond The Zodiac | Live Kabbalah - Rabbi Amichai Cohen
The month of Shevat is the 11th month of the year where it says that Moshe began to explain the entire Torah in 70 languages. Meaning that the wisdom of the Torah was brought down to the world in an understandable way so truth can be accessed by all nations for all times.
The number 11 represents the transformation of the other side called the Sitra Achra into the realm of Holiness. That is why the Ketoret - the incense had 11 spices. This is why verse of the acronym of the permutation of the name of G-d is “If he will exchange him, he and his replacement will be holy” (referring to tithing the tenth animal).
During this moth we have an ability to shift our negative consciousness to our higher potential.
This explanation is intertwined with the sign of the month the bucket דלי.
A bucket draws water and into it and then pours it out. The wisdom of the Torah is compared to water, as...
What does Kabbalah have to say about astrology? How are we Kabalistically connected to our signs and are we bound to the limitations of the zodiac? Find out in this great piece by Emily Francis i24 News which features Live Kabbalah School.
The Month Of Elul- The King Is In The Field
Happy new month of Elul! The “king is in the field” . Get out of the desert realm! There are 3 realms: Royal palace/city, field, desert. Our job is to awaken to come out of the field and into the palace
In his Song of Songs, King Solomon writes a most eloquent and deep passage representing a multitude of relationships. The verse “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” (Song of Songs 6:3) is an immediate allusion to the month of Elul, for in its original Hebrew, “Ani ledodi v’dodi li,” the letters beginning each word serve as an acronym for this month.
Elul is the month preceding Tishrei, the beginning of the Jewish year, starting with the holiday of Rosh Hashanah and culminating with the festival of Hoshana Rabbah. It is during the month of Elul that we try and focus on our past year, reflecting on our deeds,...
By: Rabbi Amichai Cohen
“When Adar enters we increase in joy”
-Talmud, Taanit 29a
The month of Adar is considered a very auspicious month. Someone born in the month of Adar does not have an evil eye on them and it says that”״מזלו בריא״, there mazal (fortune)is healthy. Why is it is especially connected to joy? What are the components of real happiness?
The Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Formation) tells us:
2. Planting An Adar
The Talmud (Tractate Beitza 15b) says “anyone who wants to make sure that there investments will be successful and reap results should plant an Adar”.
Adar isn't found anywhere in the scriptures as referring to a tree but obviously if it is planted it is referring to a tree.
What does it mean that you...
By Rabbi Amichai Cohen
Around this time of the year, we wish each other “may you be inscribed in the book of life”.
What does it mean to be inscribed in the “book of life”? Is there really a big book up there?
The Talmud says that on Rosh Hashana, the Jewish (and world) New Year, three books are opened and everyone and everything is inscribed within these books, determining every outcome of next year on a spiritual and material level. The three books are “the books of the righteous (Tzadikim), Intermediates (Beinonim) and wicked (Reshaim)” (Rosh Hashanah 17b).
King David says “Your eyes have seen my unformed substance, and in Your book were all written. The days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them” (Pslams 139).
The AriZal explains that this verse refers to Adam, who was formed by G-d and saw everyone who is in the book of life. Adam is the predecessor of...
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