The month of Elul- An Oasis In Time. In this class, we spoke about the auspicious month of Elul- a time of introspection on a mind, heart, and action levels. During this month we reevaluate our priorities and reorient our trajectory.
The Three Weeks period which coincides with the 17th Of Tamuz until the 9th Of Av are the most intense days on the calendar. It is the time that we mourn the destruction of both Temples. On a deeper level, these days have tremendous transformative energy potential.
This year will be a very different kind of a Seder for many people who are either alone or separated from their loved ones. That is why I wanted to have a special class on how to perform the Seder while we are in social isolation.
We went through the main parts of the Seder and learn how we are meant to celebrate the Seder this year.
Tu or 15th of the month of Shevat is the new year - Rosh Hashanah of the trees, specifically the 7 species which the land of Israel were blessed with.
The Talmud says that there are 4 heads of the year; According to Beit Shamai, “The first of Nissan is the Rosh Hashnah for kings and Holidays, the first of Elul is Rosh Hashanah for tithing of animals, the first of Tishrei is the Rosh Hashanah of the lunar calendar year and the first of Shevat is the Rosh Hashanah for the trees.
In the opinion of Beit Hillel the Rosh Hashanah for the trees is on the 15th of Shevat” (Tractate Rosh Hashanah 2a). What is the inner significance of the 15th day of Shevat?
We celebrate the 15t of Shevat by eating 7 species of fruit (which 5 are fruits) that the land of Israel was blessed with: wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranate, olives and dates. Why specifically these fruit? The verse says “for man is like the tree of the field” (Deuteronomy 21,19)....
In this webinar, we delved into the depth of Chanukah and its specific connection to miracles.
This experiential workshop will help you unlock obstacles and help you tap into this incredibly auspicious day.
The video is part of the intro and then we took question and answers from participants (not in video) and went into depth on how to experience miracles in our lives- practically.
During the 8 days of Chanukah there is a custom to play dreidel. The dreidel is a 4 sided spinner which was used by the Jewish children as a coverup for studying Torah while hiding from the Greeks. More than a kids game, in this Kabbalah Academy class we go into the secret of the dreidel.
The Book of Jonah is read on by the afternoon service of Yom Kippur. The story of Jonah is a deep story with many profound lessons for Yom Kippur and for life. The 3 main lessons are 1. We can't run away from G-d. 2. G-d is merciful and desires kindness. 3. The power of Teshuva- repentance.
Most importantly, we learn about the deep faith and love which G-d has for us and his steadfast support in our life's mission. The story of Jonah is a story of the Descent Of The Soul In This World, A Live Webinar class.
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