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Meditations with Zohar
Marjorie Perloff: The Once and Future Avant-Garde S1 E21

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 63:38


This week, Zohar is joined by literary critic and Stanford Professor, Marjorie Perloff, to discuss the meaning of the avant-garde, the poetic influence of Wittgenstein, why postmodernism has exhausted itself, whether we should care about popularity, the corrosive effects of mass culture, the novelty of T.S. Eliot and Frank O'Hara, the importance of tradition, and why confessional art is often boring.

Parsha with Rabbi David Bibi
Chaye Sarah - Where was Isaac at his mothers funeral - What really happened at the Akeydah

Parsha with Rabbi David Bibi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:47


The Akeyda- what really happened - the story they never wanted you to know. The R rated version! I first discovered this alternate version about 30 years ago. The Eben Ezra comments on the verse: “And Abraham returned”: He questions that it does not mention Issac … and then he quotes a source … “And the one that says that he slaughtered him and left him, and he came back to life later”. And I said to myself what? What is he talking about? Someone says he didn't stop? Someone says Abraham killed Isaac? I asked Rabbi Abittan for an explanation and began delving into the opinion carried not just by one, but we saw, by many andburied for various reasons which later became very obvious. But it soon became apparent that this other opinion was not very well hidden. It was more about being ignored as it was simply impossible to comprehend and we preferred to stick with the kindergarten version. For example, in the Meam Loez, a commentary on the Torah written specifically for the religiously uneducated masses in 1730, Rav Yaakov Culi comments on this same verse. “There is another opinion that Abraham did begin to slit Isaac's throat and actually perforated his windpipe. When Abraham looked up and saw theram, the angels swooped Isaac away, brought him to the Garden of Eden and left him there until he was completely healed.” Sources Initially with the rabbi as I mentioned based on Eben Ezra comment. Then Rabbi Aderet provided more details. ThenRabbi Wagensberg in yerushalayim put it all together. Andthe sources? Zohar, Rabbeynu bachya, Rashi, Yalkut Reuveni. Megaleh Amukot, Hagahot vehaarot on the tur and bet yosef, Shibolet haleket, Ben ish chai ... Butreally the bottom line is a simple re-reading of Chumash with Rashi settingaside some of the preconceptions

Rejected Religion Podcast
Spotlight Richard Mason: Arthur Edward Waite & the 'Trinick-Pippet' Tarot

Rejected Religion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 41:23


Richard Mason returns to discuss A.E. Waite's order, The Fellowship of the Rosy Cross, and the special tarot deck developed for private use in rituals. Waite formed the order in 1915 (during WW1) and enlisted the help of artists and a financial backer to create the tarot 'deck,' that is now housed in the British Museum. Notable in the artwork is the shift from 'magic' to 'mysticism', and this artwork reflects Waite's strong views of a 'secret tradition' - a blend of Christianity with various esoteric concepts. Note of Clarification: 'W.M. Yeats' is incorrect; W.B. Yeats was intended during conversation; The master album of the Trinick-Pippet drawings are located at the British Museum (not the British Library). Thanks to Richard Mason for generously providing the images used in this video. PROGRAM NOTES Contact Richard Mason: rwgm@outlook.com Primary Sources: -Myer, Isaac, Qabbalah. The Philosophical Writings of Solomon Ben Yehuda Ibn Gebirol or Avicebron, and their connection with the Hebrew Qabbalah and Sepher ha-Zohar (1888) -Encausse, Gérard, Qabalah: The Secret Tradition of the West (1892) -Édouard E., Blitz, Treatise on The Great Art: A System of Physics According to Hermetic Philosophy and Theory and Practice of the Magisterium (1898) -A. E. Waite's occult journal The Unknown World (1894-95) -Waite, A. E., Azoth, or The Star in the East (1893)   -The Doctrine and Literature of Kabbalah (1899/1902)   -Steps to the Crown (1907)   -The Hidden Church of the Holy Grail (1909)   -The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry (1911)   -The Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross (1924)   -The Holy Grail its Legends and Symbolism (1933)   -The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry (volume II) (1936) Secondary Sources: -Gilbert, R. A., A. E. Waite: A Bibliography, (1983) -Gilbert, R. A., A. E. Waite: Magician of Many Parts, (1987) -Hanegraaff, Wouter, “The Mysteries of Sex in the House of the Hidden Light: A. E. Waite and Kabbalah” (2018) -Ferguson, Christine, Reading with the Occultists: Arthur Machen and A. E. Waite and the Ecstasies of Popular Fiction (2016) -Parisious, Roger, Figures in a Dance: The Rider-Waite Tarot, (1987) -Roukema, Aren, Esotericism and Narrative: The Occult Fiction in Charles Williams Fiction, (2018) -Südekum, Stuart, “The Secret Tradition of Silence” (2014) -Südekum, Stuart, Drinking from the Haunted Well: A mystical exploration in the Fairy Land of A. E. Waite, (2014) -Seidmann, Gertrud, The Rev. Greville John Chester and ‘The Ashmolean Museum as a Home for Archaeology in Oxford'. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 16(1), (2006), pp.27–33. Theme Music: Stephanie Shea

Likutei Moharan
Torah 129: Being Eaten by the Tzadik; Torah 130: Humility & Abstinence; Torah 131: Fearing Honor; Torah 132: The Tzadik's Fame

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 19:49


Torah 129: Rabeinu teaches us that when something gets eaten, the nourishment literally becomes part of the one who's nourished… the same is true of one who's attached to the Tzadik with the desire to come close to G-d, that this person becomes literally eaten by the Tzadik. This also applies to the land of Israel, etc…Torah 130: Rabeinu teaches us how humility saves a person from sexual immorality and how pride makes a person fall into blemishing the covenant, G-d forbid. Torah 131: Rabeinu teaches us that one must have lots of fear for the concept of honor, because honor has the power to judge a person and even cause someone to die, Heaven forbid. Torah 131: Rabeinu brings a teaching from the Zohar explaining why a tzadik might be famous in one country and unimportant in another country.

Narratives
121: Zohar Atkins - Liberalism, Hierarchy and AI

Narratives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 61:58


In this episode, I'm joined by Zohar Atkins to discuss the future of Liberalism, hierarchy, AI, religion and a whole lot more. 

Likutei Moharan
Torah 121 - Torah 128

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 32:42


Torah 121: Rabeinu teaches us why we must travel To the Tzadik and not just study from his books. Torah 122: Rabeinu delves into the trait of victoryTorah 123: Rabeinu teaches us that the main thing which everything is dependent on is to attach oneself to the Tzadik and throw away one's wisdoms…Torah 124: HASHEM has great enjoyment when we try win G-d over with our prayers…Torah 125: The holiness of eating on Shabbat.Torah 126: Rabeinu connects the idea of gaining a new soul on Shabbat to when the students of Rashbi praised their teacher, as is mentioned in the Zohar in multiple places.Torah 127: The importance of guarding one's clothing.Torah 128: Why some upright and righteous people seems to quickly glance at women at very rare occasions and how this has to do with the Gemara Yoma 69b

Meditations with Zohar
Anna Gát: The Art of Dialogue S1 E20

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 66:18


This week, Zohar is joined by Anna Gát, Founder and CEO of Interintellect to talk about the importance of third spaces, how setting high expectations lead to better dialogue, the future of religion, post-political discourse, online community, European vs. American approaches to the Western canon, and the tension between being an author devoted to self expression and a community builder committed to hospitality. Meditations with Zohar is supported by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, bridging the gap between big ideas and real world problems. Read more from Zohar at his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking. Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.

The PloughCast
42: Zohar Atkins on Vows in Scripture and the Existentialists, and Listener Questions

The PloughCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 65:42


Susannah talks with Zohar Atkins, a rabbi and philosopher, about vows in Nietzsche, in other philosophers, and in the Jewish theological tradition. Are vows the origin of private conscience and thus the origin of secularism? Can human vows provide the kind of transcendence and eternity that even existentialists seek? Is it presumptuous to take a vow? Then, Susannah and Peter discuss what they've learned from editing the Vows issue of the magazine and doing the Vows season of the podcast. After that, they take listener questions – is it wrong to vow at all? How can we ensure that vows are made in love? And what are the hosts' favorite cooking spices? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Likutei Moharan
Torah 105: G-d Prays to Himself to Awaken His Ultimate Mercy

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 30:54


Rabeinu tells us the entire world is in need of mercy! It is brought in the Zohar that there are 2 types of mercy: simple mercy from Ze'er Anpin and greater mercy from Atika Stima'ah/the Hidden Ancient One. Sometimes a person needs a salvation and mercy which only the Greater mercy can fulfill. Now to bring down mercy one needs Da'at/knowledge but because of our many sins we lack proper Da'at which means we are not fitting of mercy. Therefore one needs to do teshuva to restore Da'at and once Da'at is restored then we are fitting to receive mercy… Rabeinu teaches us that one does Teshuva through Torah study in a progression of 3 stages: Pregnancy, Nursing, and Mentalities. In studying the Torah going from level to level, one is able to restore his Da'at and awaken G-d's simple mercy so that His simple mercy should pray to His greater mercy. It's a very very deep concept and to truly understand this one needs to study the lesson :)

Daily Jewish Thought
The Journey from Noah to Abraham | The Story of Avraham's Childhood

Daily Jewish Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 69:15


Gave this special workshop for Unite To Study and Noahide International this evening. I told the entire story of Abraham's childhood, as told in the Midrash. I used the Young Avraham film as a visual for the storytelling. It was really special to use Young Avraham and honour 10 years since it was released. I hope this enlightens your Torah study this week. You can watch it on my facebook page and YouTube channel.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheLoveRabbi/videos/YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/YisroelBernath/videoHere are all my sourcesSources© Rabbi Yisroel Bernath and Rabbi Zvi HershcovichNimrod's cloak and it's powers – PDRE 24One of 10 kings who ruled the world – Targum Sheni 1Said he was god, and set up a place to worship him. Had people bow to him – MHG Bereshis 11:28Was first man to wage war – BR 11:28, MA Bereishis 10:9War between Cham and Yafes. Nimrod, leading a Kush army of 540 men, won and was declared king of the world – SH, BR 11:28Built 4 cities – Bereishis 10:11Conquered 4 cities Ashur built – Radak Bereishis 10:10He led the tower of Bavel – Chullin 89b, MT 2 58:25, Avoda Zara 53bNimrod was excellent in trapping criminals – BRAfter the tower, Nimord restarted his kingdom in Bavel – SHD p. 31Nimrod's throne was an artistic creation high atop a spiraling tower comprised of 7 different materials. Everyone who approached it had to bow – MHG Bereishis 11:28Nimrod saw in the stars that a boy will eventually overcome him – BM Cheder 1Nimrod put infans and pregnant women in a room. Over 700,000 baby boys were killed – BM Cheder 1Astrologers see 1 star eat 4 stars from 4 corners over Terachs house. They tell the king who talks to Terach – YT p. 231, SHTerach and Nimrod's conversation – YT p. 231, SH, MHG, BRTerach tells parable of horse and barley – YT p. 231, SH, MHG (different version in MHG)Terach gives baby instead of Avram. – SHD, SHAvrams mother was Amaslai Bas Karnevo – Bava Basra 91aAvram was born in Kuta (another name for Ur Kasdim) – R' Bachya Parshas Noach, Rashi Bereishis 24:7, Bava Basra 91aTerach told Amaslai to bring Avram to a cave – MHG Bereishis 12:1Avram was 3 when he found G-d (Earth, heaven, sun, moon) – Zohar 1 86a, SH, MHG Bereishis 12:1G-d sent the angel Gavriel to guide him – ML Bereishis 11:31Avram asked his mother to prepare food for the idol. He watched but nothing was eaten – YTAvram went to Yeshiva Shem and Ever, and spent 39 years there – BR, Yuma 28bNoach directly taught Avraham about the flood firsthand – Seder Olam Rabba 1, RambanQueens On A RollThis podcast was created to educate & inspire people about the ably different...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Chatter Box RadioRevealing the Untold - Beauty for AshesListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotifywww.theloverabbi.com/eventsSupport the show

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag
Bitachon 82 - Help vs Salvation

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 20:10


Help vs Salvation Podcasts http://www.puresoulband.com/podcast/Bitachon82.mp3 Tue, 25 Oct 2022 19:13:00 +0300 We complete the section from the Zohar and begin discussing verses in Tanach that relate to the idea of Bitachon - first among them, the verse in Yeshaya (Isaiah) that refers to Hashem as the G-d of my salvation - what is the difference between a helper and a savior? We complete the section from the Zohar and begin discussing verses in Tanach that relate to the idea of Bitachon - first among them, the verse in Yeshaya (Isaiah) that refers to Hashem as the G-d of my salvation - what is the difference between a helper and a savior? 20:10 Ari, Goldwag, Jewish, Dvar, D'var, Torah, Spirituality, God, Judaism, Moshiach, Messianic, Kabbalah, Sefirot, Shabbat, Shabbos, Halacha, Law of attraction, A

Microsoft Business Applications Podcast
Power Platform Governance with Zohar Raz

Microsoft Business Applications Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 24:11 Transcription Available


FULL SHOW NOTES https://podcast.nz365guy.com/411 An introduction about Zohar Raz as the Group Product Manager of Power Platform Governance at Microsoft  What is Zohar's background in technology?  What does Power Platform Governance mean to Zohar and Microsoft customers?  What is the concern for enterprises that need to offer a layer of protection as governance as visibility inside the organization?  From Zohar's perspective, where do these individual components sit within Microsoft's strategic direction moving forward?  Zohar talks about Manage Environment   A discussion about expanding on the terminal landing zone. Zohar's views about sharing limits and data policies and the current elements. What should people consider if they already got the Power Platform deployed? AgileXRM AgileXRm - The integrated BPM for Microsoft Power PlatformSupport the showIf you want to get in touch with me, you can message me here on Linkedin.Thanks for listening

Likutei Moharan
Torah 84: There's No Day Without Good; Torah 85: Rectifying the Malkhut; Torah 86: The Charity of Shabbat

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 26:20


Torah 84: Rabeinu explains a very deep Zohar in Parashat Naso and connects it to how one attains the hidden good that is present within each and every day. Torah 85: Rabeinu discusses how we rectify the Malkhut and bring it face to face with Ze'er Anpin. Torah 86: Rabeinu teaches us how to support ourselves when walking on the pathways of HASHEM through the charity we give with regard to Shabbat!

Likutei Moharan
Torah 79: Shabbat, Humility, and Teshuva

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 24:38


Rabeinu tells us that each and every person must make sure that he is not responsible in delaying the coming of the mashiach. How does one make sure he isn't preventing the Mashiach? By doing complete Teshuva and rectifying one's actions Rabeinu goes on to explain the connection between Moshe Rabeinu (who is the same aspect as the mashiach, as is brought down in the Zohar), Shabbat, Teshuva, and humility, sacrificing one's soul for Am Yisrael, etc…

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag
Bitachon 81 - Faith of the Lion Cub

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 22:08


Faith of the Lion Cub Podcasts http://www.puresoulband.com/podcast/Bitachon81.mp3 Wed, 19 Oct 2022 19:13:00 +0300 We continue to explore lessons in Bitachon from the Zohar. The righteous trust in Hashem like a lion cub which is strong, but does not depend on its own strength, and their Bitachon is like the mountain of Tzion, whose strength endures forever. We continue to explore lessons in Bitachon from the Zohar. The righteous trust in Hashem like a lion cub which is strong, but does not depend on its own strength, and their Bitachon is like the mountain of Tzion, whose strength endures forever. 22:08 Ari, Goldwag, Jewish, Dvar, D'var, Torah, Spirituality, God, Judaism, Moshiach, Messianic, Kabbalah, Sefirot, Shabbat, Shabbos, Halacha, Law of attraction,

Meditations with Zohar
Joe Lonsdale: Rome and Jerusalem S1 E19

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 69:28


This week, Zohar is joined by entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist Joe Lonsdale to discuss optimism, decadence, globalization and tribalism, virtue ethics and utilitarianism, Romans and Jews, The University of Austin and liberal arts, Rabbi Soloveitchik, Hannah Arendt, Michael Polanyi, Nietzsche, and the conflicting values at the heart of Western Civilization. Meditations with Zohar is supported by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, bridging the gap between big ideas and real world problems. Read more from Zohar at his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking. Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.

One Life Radio Podcast
Monica Berg - "The Gift of Being Different" Book Release

One Life Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022


Monica Berg joins us for the hour to talk about the release of her first children's book, “The Gift of Being Different.” The book is co-written by Monica and her 9 year old daughter Abigail. Inspired by Abigail's dyslexia diagnosis, this book explores the feelings that arise for children who do not learn in a typical manner and celebrates how those differences make them strong. Monica is the Chief Communications Officer of The Kabbalah Centre International, a non-profit organization located in Los Angeles, California that provides courses on the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings online as well as through regional and city-based centers and study groups worldwide. Monica is a self-professed “Change Junkie,” sharing wisdom and real-life awareness to help others adjust to their own lifestyle changes and to even get excited about them. Check out Monica's podcast series, “Spiritually Hungry”, with her husband, Michael, or her website, rethinklife.today.Thank you to our sponsors!enviromedica – The BEST probiotics on the planetAttend the Crazy Wellness Weekend, Nov. 4th-6th in Mineral Wells, TX!Wise Traditions Conference - October 21st - 23rd in Knoxville, TNIs your drinking water safe? Check by zip code at berkeyfilters.com Children's Health Defense - Listen every Monday for the Most Read News of the Week!sunwarrior - Use the code OLR for 20% off your purchase!Vegworld MagazineWell Being JournalThorne - Get 20% off your order and free shipping!

Mi Estudio Bíblico (LoveIsrael en Español) (audio)
LA CÁBALA y sus prácticas ocultas | Los peligros de la Nueva Era y el Misticismo Judío

Mi Estudio Bíblico (LoveIsrael en Español) (audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 20:41


La Cábala o Zohar han sido practicados por innumerables generaciones de judíos en Babilonia, Italia, Provenza y España. Sin embargo, hay diferencias entre la Cábala original y la de la Nueva Era, que contiene enseñanzas demoníacas. La Cábala se centra en los deseos personales y en la auto idolatría. Se trata de una falsa enseñanza que ahora se ha extendido entre muchas culturas. Muchos artistas, cantantes y actores famosos han adoptado esta práctica oculta, incluso haciéndola parecer inofensiva. Acompáñenos en esta importante discusión sobre la Cábala. AMARÁS A ISRAEL / MI ESTUDIO BÍBLICO “Amarás a Israel” también conocido como "Mi Estudio Bíblico" es la versión en español de “You Shall Love Israel”, programa de televisión transmitido por nuestras plataformas digitales y también por ENLACE TV y TBN para América y Europa. Por lo general consiste en una enseñanza expositiva de la Biblia capítulo por capítulo, versículo por versículo, palabra por palabra, traducida en vivo del idioma original al inglés por el Dr. Baruch Korman. También se realizan programas especiales y discusiones bíblicas con participación de otros invitados, especialmente con el hermano Christian Barrionuevo, un chileno-australiano que desde Sydney conduce programas cargados de interés para todos. Sobre el Dr. Baruch Korman: El Dr. Baruch es profesor titular en el Instituto Zera Avraham con sede en Israel. Además, aparece regularmente en el programa de TV israelí Pdut L'amo en el que enseña sobre la Biblia cada semana. El Dr. Baruch cuenta con un doctorado en estudios judíos. Su tesis fue sobre técnicas de traducción de la Septuaginta. Lleva más de 30 años de casado con su esposa Rivka, con quien tiene tres hijos adultos. Los Korman viven en Israel. Muchas de sus enseñanzas están disponibles en español en video, audio y textos en nuestra web: http://www.amarasaisrael.org Le invitamos a descargar gratis nuestra APP "Mi Estudio Bíblico" para tener un acceso más fácil y rápido a todas nuestras series en español: Para Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lightcast.miestudiobiblico Para Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/mi-estudio-b%C3%ADblico/id1494497464 Para conocer nuestra declaración de fe visite: https://www.amarasaisrael.org/acerca-de/ (en español) http://loveisrael.org/statement-of-faith (en inglés) ¡Gracias por sus donaciones! Ellas nos permiten extender el mensaje del Reino al mundo entero. Para ofrendar, haga click aquí: https://www.amarasaisrael.org/apoyanos/ Traducción y Doblaje al Español: Sir Einstein Guzmán http://instagram.com/sireinsteinvoz www.sireinstein.com

Mi Estudio Bíblico (LoveIsrael en Español)
LA CÁBALA y sus prácticas ocultas | Los peligros de la Nueva Era y el Misticismo Judío

Mi Estudio Bíblico (LoveIsrael en Español)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 20:41


La Cábala o Zohar han sido practicados por innumerables generaciones de judíos en Babilonia, Italia, Provenza y España. Sin embargo, hay diferencias entre la Cábala original y la de la Nueva Era, que contiene enseñanzas demoníacas. La Cábala se centra en los deseos personales y en la auto idolatría. Se trata de una falsa enseñanza que ahora se ha extendido entre muchas culturas. Muchos artistas, cantantes y actores famosos han adoptado esta práctica oculta, incluso haciéndola parecer inofensiva. Acompáñenos en esta importante discusión sobre la Cábala. AMARÁS A ISRAEL / MI ESTUDIO BÍBLICO “Amarás a Israel” también conocido como "Mi Estudio Bíblico" es la versión en español de “You Shall Love Israel”, programa de televisión transmitido por nuestras plataformas digitales y también por ENLACE TV y TBN para América y Europa. Por lo general consiste en una enseñanza expositiva de la Biblia capítulo por capítulo, versículo por versículo, palabra por palabra, traducida en vivo del idioma original al inglés por el Dr. Baruch Korman. También se realizan programas especiales y discusiones bíblicas con participación de otros invitados, especialmente con el hermano Christian Barrionuevo, un chileno-australiano que desde Sydney conduce programas cargados de interés para todos. Sobre el Dr. Baruch Korman: El Dr. Baruch es profesor titular en el Instituto Zera Avraham con sede en Israel. Además, aparece regularmente en el programa de TV israelí Pdut L'amo en el que enseña sobre la Biblia cada semana. El Dr. Baruch cuenta con un doctorado en estudios judíos. Su tesis fue sobre técnicas de traducción de la Septuaginta. Lleva más de 30 años de casado con su esposa Rivka, con quien tiene tres hijos adultos. Los Korman viven en Israel. Muchas de sus enseñanzas están disponibles en español en video, audio y textos en nuestra web: http://www.amarasaisrael.org Le invitamos a descargar gratis nuestra APP "Mi Estudio Bíblico" para tener un acceso más fácil y rápido a todas nuestras series en español: Para Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lightcast.miestudiobiblico Para Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/mi-estudio-b%C3%ADblico/id1494497464 Para conocer nuestra declaración de fe visite: https://www.amarasaisrael.org/acerca-de/ (en español) http://loveisrael.org/statement-of-faith (en inglés) ¡Gracias por sus donaciones! Ellas nos permiten extender el mensaje del Reino al mundo entero. Para ofrendar, haga click aquí: https://www.amarasaisrael.org/apoyanos/ Traducción y Doblaje al Español: Sir Einstein Guzmán http://instagram.com/sireinsteinvoz www.sireinstein.com

The Jewish Story
TJS S6 Sukkot interlude - A matter of faith

The Jewish Story

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 29:22


The Zohar calls the Sukkah "the shade of faith." Here are some impromptu thoughts from me to you as I sit in the shade of my sukkah - inspired by these holy days, but relevant all year round.

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag
Bitachon 80 - Directed Bitachon

Sharei Bitachon with Ari Goldwag

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 23:45


Directed Bitachon Podcasts http://www.puresoulband.com/podcast/Bitachon80.mp3 Wed, 12 Oct 2022 18:47:00 +0300 We complete the section of the sefer Bitach Bashem which quotes from our sages in the medrash and Gemara, and we begin a section from the Zohar. We discuss the proper direction of Bitachon - not to get what 'you want,' per se, but to be able to better do Hashem's will. We complete the section of the sefer Bitach Bashem which quotes from our sages in the medrash and Gemara, and we begin a section from the Zohar. We discuss the proper direction of Bitachon - not to get what 'you want,' per se, but to be able to better do Hashem's will. 23:45 Ari, Goldwag, Jewish, Dvar, D'var, Torah, Spirituality, God, Judaism, Moshiach, Messianic, Kabbalah, Sefirot, Shabbat, Shabbos, Halacha, Law of attraction, A

Kabbalah 20/20
La misión espiritual de los animales

Kabbalah 20/20

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 36:56


Si te gustan los animales y sientes una conexión especial con ellos, ¡¡¡no te puedes perder este episodio!!! ¿Tienen alma?, ¿sienten?, ¿somos superiores a ellos? Además de la apariencia, ¿en qué radica la principal diferencia entre ellos y nosotros? El maestro David Heiblum resuelve todas nuestras dudas y nos cuenta una historia del Zohar súper reveladora. Si te gusta lo que escuchas, síguelo en @DavidHeiblum72 y si quieres apoyar a una fundación que esteriliza perros y gatitos de la calle, mándame un DM: @bianca_lifestyleblogger  

Kabbalah: Los Sabores de la Conciencia
¡LOS SECRETOS DE YOM HAKIPURIM! Un breve mensaje de acuerdo con la KABBALAH.

Kabbalah: Los Sabores de la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 5:16


En este Miniclip hablaremos de los secretos que fueron revelados por EL ZOHAR, y por los Sabios Cabalistas, analizaremos cuales son las herramientas de la conciencia y de las acciones, que los granes MEKUBALIM (Maestros Cabalistas) revelaron para la humanidad y poder así buscar el camino de vuelta a la realidad del JARDIN DEL EDEN, para retornar al mundo del EIN SOF (EL MUNDO INFINITO).  Descubriremos los elementos espirituales para alcanzar nuestra corrección y poder recibir la inmensa energía infinita de LA LUZ DEL CREADOR, recibiendo así, la fuerza de inmortalidad. GMAR JATIMA TOVA. Bendiciones y LUZ.

Meditations with Zohar
Russ Roberts: Wild Problems S1 E18

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 103:59


This week Zohar is joined by Russ Roberts, Economist, Host of the EconTalk Podcast, and President of Shalem College, to talk about Decision Making, Regret, Parenting, Skepticism, Mindfulness, Religious Life, Jewish thought, and the pros and cons of having a theory of everything. Meditations with Zohar is supported by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, bridging the gap between big ideas and real world problems. Read more from Zohar at his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking. Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.

Ayin Beis: Existence Unplugged
Ayin Beis Chapter 109 (3): Jacob's Pillar with Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Ayin Beis: Existence Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 110:33


Jacob's Pillar ELEVATING MALCHUS Ayin Beis Volume 1, Discourse 28, Vayishlach Yaakov 5673, Chapter 109 (2) p. 211-212 Short Summary: Long Summary: Jacob built a monument (matzeivah) not a mound (gal). This signifies the building of containers to manifest the energy. Explanation: The Meorei Ohr writes that the stone is the "point" of malchus, and the building of the monument signifies lifting malchus upright (ha'komas or binyan ha'malchus), by expanding the point (nekudah) into a structure (partzuf). The point is keser malchus, which has no containers, and is thus just a point (yet this point is rooted in radlo"h, which is beyond expression, thus malchus too initially emerges as a simple point, without an expansion). The work of expanding the point is building the containers and drawing into them the energies. Though the expansion is lower than the original point, the effort to achieve this development stems from a higher source than that of malchus itself, higher than radlo"h. We can understand this with the Zohar (Vayakhel xxx), that the expansion of the point (malchus) is generated by an increased flow of holiness and blessings from above (which happens on Shabbat). We can say that mlachus as a point is rooted in the outer dimension of radlah, and the expansion comes from its inner dimension. etz chaim xxxx. As explained on the Zohar xxx. with the example of a great king who in time of great joy, like at the wedding of his child, is in full glory expression-wise, and extends to all, by telling stories even to thosE that are far inferior to his exalted state. We see from this two things: 1) That his increased joy causes an overabundant flow, beyond the regular measure. 2) This overflow expresses itself in words, which the lower levels do not fully comprehend, though they are hearing the words. All this explains malchus, the stone. the point as it is in atzilus, and how Jacob lifts it to a state of revelation. Another interpretation: We can also say that the stone is the point of malchus as it descends and manifests in concealed form in biy"a, where it is like a point compared to the revelations of atzilus. And Jacob's lifting the stone and turning it into a pillar signifies the process of lifting the point of malchus from its concealed state and revealing in it the revelations/emanations of malchus and the higher sefiros of atzilus. Malchus as it manifests in biy"a itself consists of two levels: 1) As malchus of atzilus becomes the keser (crown) of biy"a -- a state in which malchus of atzilus is also concealed. 2) As the point of malchus spreads out and manifests in the lower levels of biy"a.

Vital Transformation
Tikkunei Zohar #174

Vital Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 13:51


Tikkunei Zohar is a major Kabbalistic text. Written mostly in Aramaic, it is a collection of seventy commentaries on the first word of the Torah, "Bereishit". To support Eliyahu Jian's work, visit https://vitaltransformation.org/donate Got a question? Click here to submit a form with your question and Eliyahu will respond to your email as soon as he can! — https://eliyahujian.com/contact For more than three decades, Eliyahu Jian has been guiding men and women through the process of strengthening their relationships, improving their businesses, and embracing healthier lifestyles while connecting to a higher power and purpose. Eliyahu's roles have included coaching CEOs, investment fund managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders from every walk of life. "How we feel today and every day is a choice. What will you choose to create in your life?" - Eliyahu To rediscover your spiritual path, visit https://eliyahujian.com/store to schedule a session OR email info@eliyahujian.com for a FREE consultation. - Healing Session - Business Coaching Session - Relationship Coaching Session - Soul Reading - Astrology Chart Session We can not do this without YOU! To join the online community, visit: https://vitaltransformation.org • Click here to subscribe: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian/?sub_... • Click here to watch another video: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian For important info and weekly updates, subscribe to the weekly email list by visiting https://eliyahujian.com , scrolling all the way down to the bottom left, and entering your email! Follow Eliyahu Jian: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eliyahujian... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/eliyahujian • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EliyahuJianO... Follow Vital Transformation: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vital_trans... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TransformVital • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vitaltransfo... Eliyahu Jian: "I don't take myself too seriously and I like to make people laugh and help them choose joy and happiness. I like to simplify spirituality and make it more accessible. I translate profound spiritual wisdom into practical, everyday advice that empowers people to live their happiest and most fulfilled experiences."

The Ted Broer Show - MP3 Edition

Episode 1847 - This is a High energy must listen show! One of the best shows of the year. This is the show where I tie together Genesis chapter six with the ancient satanic religions of the Canaanites. I also discuss ancient Israel and their worship of the Canaanite demons... Then I explain the Christianity era of the first century along with Israel's exile into Babylon. The show then goes into the six century writing of the the Babylonian Talmud and the Zohar which is the foundational work in the Jewish mystical thought known as Kabbalah. Yes this is that show. One of the best shows of the year. I then connect the dots to the Illuminati the Masonic lodges and to the goal of a one world religion and the destruction of Christianity! This is a must listen show! High energy must understand and know information! 

Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour
Tipping the Scales in Our Favor During Aseret Yemeh Teshuba

Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 5:29


The Rambam (Rabbi Moshe Maimonides, Spain-Egypt, 1135-1204) writes that God's judgment of the world and of individuals is based on a simple equation, whereby one's sins and Misvot are weighed against each other. If one's Misvot, in terms of both quantity and quality, outweigh his transgressions, then the scales are tipped in his favor, and he earns a favorable judgment.The Sefer Haredim relates a story of Rabbi Yosef Giktilya, who, on his deathbed, was going in and out of consciousness. At one point, he saw two people piling materials onto two sides of a scale. One person was loading his Misvot onto one side, and the other was stacking his sins onto the second side of the scale. The two sides were perfectly balanced. When Rabbi Yosef awoke, he asked those around him to bring him his Tefillin. He put on his Tefillin, and this Misva tipped the scales in his favor.Therefore, during the period of Aseret Yemeh Teshuba (Ten Days of Repentance), when we are being judged, it behooves us to seize every opportunity to fulfill Misvot, in order to tip the scales in our favor. For example, we must take advantage of every "Amen," "Barechu" and "Kaddish" in the synagogue so we can add Misvot to the scale and thereby earn a favorable judgment. Every Misva opportunity that comes our way should be approached as the "deciding vote" in the critical judgment that we all face during this period.Additionally, we can earn more Misvot by sincerely desiring the opportunity to fulfill those Misvot which we are unable to perform. The Sages teach that whenever a person plans to perform a Misva, but is unable to do so due to circumstances beyond his control, he nevertheless receives credit for the Misva. A remarkable example of this concept appears in the Sefer Hasidim (222; listen to audio recording for precise citation), which tells of a period of religious persecution during which many Jews were killed "Al Kiddush Hashem" (for the sake of their faith). There were many others who prepared to surrender their lives but were ultimately saved. One of the murdered victims, a man named Rabbi Shabtai, appeared in a dream to a refugee by the same name, and informed him that all those Jews who had planned to surrender their lives but were eventually rescued have earned a share in Gan Eden. Since they had intended to fulfill the Misva of Kiddush Hashem (sanctifying God's Name), they are given credit for that Misva even though in the end their lives were spared. Indeed, the Zohar and Sha'ar Ha'kavanot mention that when one recites the verse, "Shema Yisrael Hashem Elokenu Hashem Ehad," he should have in mind that he is genuinely prepared to give his life for God. If one has this sincere intention, then he is rewarded as though he has actually surrendered his life "Al Kiddush Hashem."The Ye'arot Debash (work by Rabbi Yehonatan Eibshitz, 1690-1764) applies this principle to the Misva of Sisit, which nowadays we perform without the Techelet dye, as we do not have access to the special dye required. When one dons his Tallit, the Ye'arot Devash writes, genuinely feeling the desire to fulfill the Misva in its highest form, with the Techelet dye, then he is credited with fulfilling the Misva with Techelet. If a person sincerely wishes to perform the Misva of Techelet, then he is considered as having fulfilled the Misva even though practically he is unable to do so. Likewise, when a person recites the Korbanot section in the morning prayers, and sincerely feels a desire to offer the sacrifices described in this section, he is given credit for offering these sacrifices, even though we cannot actually do so in the absence of the Mikdash.It is told that Rabbi Yisrael Salanter (1810-1883) once approached a man and spoke to him about the importance of the Kollel and how much money is needed to fund it. After he finished speaking to the man, somebody else came to Rav Yisrael and asked whether the man to whom he had spoken was a wealthy person, who could potentially donate a large sum to the Kollel. Rav Yisrael answered that to the contrary, the man was a destitute pauper."Why, then, did you talk to him about the Kollel?" the person asked, curiously. "If he has no money to donate, why did you take the time to solicit from him?""Just because he's poor," the Rabbi explained, "that doesn't mean that he should not have the opportunity to earn the Misva of supporting Torah learning!" Rav Yisrael spoke to him about the importance of supporting the Kollel so that the man would sincerely desire to donate. Despite his inability to make a donation, he would be credited with the Misva by virtue of his genuine desire.Thus, we can help ourselves during the period of Aseret Yemeh Teshuba by contemplating the Misvot which we wish to perform but are unable to do so. We will then receive credit for not only the Misvot which we actually perform, but even for those which we want to perform but cannot.

Ayin Beis: Existence Unplugged
Ayin Beis Chapter 109 (2): Jacob's Pillar with Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Ayin Beis: Existence Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 66:08


Jacob's Pillar ELEVATING MALCHUS Ayin Beis Volume 1, Discourse 28, Vayishlach Yaakov 5673, Chapter 109 (2) p. 211-212 Short Summary: Long Summary: Jacob built a monument (matzeivah) not a mound (gal). This signifies the building of containers to manifest the energy. Explanation: The Meorei Ohr writes that the stone is the "point" of malchus, and the building of the monument signifies lifting malchus upright (ha'komas or binyan ha'malchus), by expanding the point (nekudah) into a structure (partzuf). The point is keser malchus, which has no containers, and is thus just a point (yet this point is rooted in radlo"h, which is beyond expression, thus malchus too initially emerges as a simple point, without an expansion). The work of expanding the point is building the containers and drawing into them the energies. Though the expansion is lower than the original point, the effort to achieve this development stems from a higher source than that of malchus itself, higher than radlo"h. We can understand this with the Zohar (Vayakhel xxx), that the expansion of the point (malchus) is generated by an increased flow of holiness and blessings from above (which happens on Shabbat). We can say that mlachus as a point is rooted in the outer dimension of radlah, and the expansion comes from its inner dimension. etz chaim xxxx. As explained on the Zohar xxx. with the example of a great king who in time of great joy, like at the wedding of his child, is in full glory expression-wise, and extends to all, by telling stories even to thosE that are far inferior to his exalted state. We see from this two things: 1) That his increased joy causes an overabundant flow, beyond the regular measure. 2) This overflow expresses itself in words, which the lower levels do not fully comprehend, though they are hearing the words. All this explains malchus, the stone. the point as it is in atzilus, and how Jacob lifts it to a state of revelation.

Dekmantel Podcast Series
Dekmantel Podcast 404 - Zohar

Dekmantel Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 60:12


Amsterdam's @zohar01 operates from the shadows. Though she has a reputation for mysteriousness, there is no escaping the earth-rattling rhythms she lays down in the DJ booth. Leftfield electronics, distorted vocals and industrial sounds with 90s roots all feature in her sets as well as productions on the likes of Clone and her own DIY Zohar label. This month she dropped the second entry in her highly personal ZHR series in the form of her Object album, a mix of sound experiments, glitchy textures and abstract rhythms. This week's mix is full of similar sonic sorcery and musical black magic. Squealing electronics and fizzing textures evoke feelings of dystopia as crunching drums come and go but the tension is never let up. There are moments of eye-watering density but, just as often, empty spaces leave you hanging before the next thrilling rhythm arrives and takes you somewhere new. Brain and body music rarely collide in such a unique fashion.

Gaia House: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Appreciating the Uneventful & Opening to Possibilities

Gaia House: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 66:35


Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Appreciating the Uneventful & Opening to Possibilities

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 66:35


Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Appreciating the Uneventful & Opening to Possibilities

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 66:35


Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour
Praying at the Cemetery on Ereb Rosh Hashanah

Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:40


There is a custom that many people observe to visit the cemetery on Ereb Rosh Hashanah and recite special prayers. The basis for this custom is the Gemara's comment in Masechet Ta'anit (16) that when fast days were declared in response to drought, the people would go to the cemetery. The Gemara explains that they went there for two reasons: to express the notion that they felt lowly like the dead, and so that the souls of the deceased would intercede on their behalf during their time of need. Tosefot (Medieval commentaries by French and German scholars) note that this forms the basis of the custom to visit cemeteries on Tisha B'Ab and other public fasts.Another Talmudic basis for this custom is the Gemara's comment in Masechet Sota (14) that G-d concealed the whereabouts of Moshe Rabbenu's grave so that the Jews would not pray by the site. G-d knew that the Jews would sin and have to be driven into exile, and if they would have been able to pray at Moshe's grave and ask him to intercede on their behalf, the decree would have had to be rescinded. The reason, the Gemara adds, is because "the righteous are more precious after their death than during their lifetime." This demonstrates the value of praying by the graves of the righteous, and thus the Rama (Rav Moshe Isserles of Cracow, Poland, 1525-1572) writes (in Siman 559) that it is customary to pray in the cemetery on Ereb Rosh Hashanah that the souls of the righteous should intercede on our behalf as we stand judgment.Interestingly, the Kaf Ha'haim (Rav Yaakob Haim Sofer, 1870-1939) cites the Regel Yeshara who questions this practice, noting that this would seem to constitute "Lo'eg La'rash" – "taunting" the deceased by praying in their presence, performing a Misva which they are no longer capable of performing. At first glance, performing Misvot in the presence of the deceased would have the opposite effect than that which we desire, as they will be resentful of this public display of Misvot. In truth, however, as Hacham Ovadia Yosef discusses in Hazon Ovadia – Yamim Noraim (p. 52), this is no question at all. The prohibition of "Lo'eg La'rash" would be violated if one recites a mandatory prayer in a graveyard. Here, we are talking of voluntary supplications that a person recites specifically asking the souls of the righteous to intercede on our behalf. This is not "taunting" them at all. The clear proof to the validity of this practice is the story of Kaleb, one of the twelve scouts who, during the scouts' excursion through Eretz Yisrael, went to Hebron to pray by the gravesites of the patriarchs. This certainly indicates that praying by the graves of the righteous is perfectly acceptable.However, when praying at a gravesite, one must remember that he is there not to pray to the righteous people buried there, but rather to invoke their merit and to ask them to intercede on our behalf. The Sefer Hasidim (Rav Yehuda Ha'hasid, Germany, late 12th-early 13th century), in Siman 450, tells that Barzilai Ha'Gil'adi (a person mentioned in the Tanach) expressed his interest in being buried in the city of his residence, because the deceased derive benefit when their family members visit their graves and pray for the souls. These visits, the Sefer Hasidim writes, also bring merit to the visitors. Likewise, the Zohar tells that somebody once asked a spirit in the graveyard whether the souls of the deceased pray for the living, and the spirit said, "If not for our prayers, the living would be unable to continue existing for even half a day." These sources clearly demonstrate the value and importance of praying by the gravesites of the righteous, whose souls will then pray on our behalf.This custom of visiting the gravesites of the righteous on Ereb Rosh Hashanah is codified in the Yalkut Yosef (English edition, p. 98).Summary: There is a custom to visit the graves of Sadikim on Ereb Rosh Hashanah to ask the souls to pray on our behalf and to invoke their merit as we stand judgment.

Vital Transformation
Tikkunei Zohar #173 | Beginning of Tukkun 21

Vital Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 16:41


Tikkunei Zohar is a major Kabbalistic text. Written mostly in Aramaic, it is a collection of seventy commentaries on the first word of the Torah, "Bereishit". To support Eliyahu Jian's work, visit https://vitaltransformation.org/donate Got a question? Click here to submit a form with your question and Eliyahu will respond to your email as soon as he can! — https://eliyahujian.com/contact For more than three decades, Eliyahu Jian has been guiding men and women through the process of strengthening their relationships, improving their businesses, and embracing healthier lifestyles while connecting to a higher power and purpose. Eliyahu's roles have included coaching CEOs, investment fund managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders from every walk of life. "How we feel today and every day is a choice. What will you choose to create in your life?" - Eliyahu To rediscover your spiritual path, visit https://eliyahujian.com/store to schedule a session OR email info@eliyahujian.com for a FREE consultation. - Healing Session - Business Coaching Session - Relationship Coaching Session - Soul Reading - Astrology Chart Session We can not do this without YOU! To join the online community, visit: https://vitaltransformation.org • Click here to subscribe: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian/?sub_confirmation=1 • Click here to watch another video: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian For important info and weekly updates, subscribe to the weekly email list by visiting https://eliyahujian.com , scrolling all the way down to the bottom left, and entering your email! Follow Eliyahu Jian: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eliyahujianofficial/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/eliyahujian • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EliyahuJianOfficial Follow Vital Transformation: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vital_transformation/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TransformVital • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vitaltransformation.org Eliyahu Jian: "I don't take myself too seriously and I like to make people laugh and help them choose joy and happiness. I like to simplify spirituality and make it more accessible. I translate profound spiritual wisdom into practical, everyday advice that empowers people to live their happiest and most fulfilled experiences."

Meditations with Zohar
David Wolpe: The Divided Heart S1 E17

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 64:17 Very Popular


This week, Zohar is joined by Rabbi David Wolpe, a beloved Jewish thinker and community leader, to talk about the blessings and challenges of public life, King David, sincerity and authenticity, religion and politics, study and song, celebrity and sanctity, the past and future of authority, whether intellectual honesty is overrated, and the majesty of the human face. Meditations with Zohar is supported by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, bridging the gap between big ideas and real world problems. Read more from Zohar at his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking. Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.

Logopraxis
The Third Round: Genealogies offer a consolidation of what has come before and also prefigure what is to come

Logopraxis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 2:41


Arcana Coelestia 6024. Verses 8-27. And these are the names of the sons of Israel, who came into Egypt, of Jacob and of his sons: Reuben, Jacob's firstborn. And the sons of Reuben: Hanoch, and Pallu, and Hezron, and Carmi. And the sons of Simeon: Jemuel, and Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zohar, and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish woman. And the sons of Levi: Gershon, and Kohath, and Merari. And the sons of Judah: Er, and Onan, and Shelah, and Perez, and Zerah; but Er and Onan died in the land of Canaan. And the sons of Perez were Hezron and Hamul. And the sons of Issachar: Tola, and Puvah, and Iob, and Shimron. And the sons of Zebulun: Sered, and Elon, and Jahleel. These are the sons of Leah, whom she bare unto Jacob in Paddan-aram, and his daughter Dinah: all the souls of his sons and of his daughters were thirty and three. And the sons of Gad: Ziphion, and Haggi, Shuni, and Ezbon, Eri, and Arodi, and Areli. And the sons of Asher: Imnah, and Ishvah, and Ishvi, and Beriah, and Serah their sister; and the sons of Beriah: Ber, and Malchiel. These are the sons of Zilpah, whom Laban gave to Leah his daughter, and these she bare to Jacob: sixteen souls. The sons of Rachel, Jacob's wife: Joseph and Benjamin. And to Joseph were born in the land of Egypt, whom Asenath the daughter of Potiphera priest of On bare unto him, Manasseh and Ephraim. And the sons of Benjamin: Bela, and Becher, and Ashbel, Gera, and Naaman, Ehi, and Rosh, Muppim, and Huppim, and Ard. These are the sons of Rachel, who were born to Jacob: all the souls were fourteen. And the sons of Dan: Hushim. And the sons of Naphtali: Jahzeel, and Guni, and Jezer, and Shillem. These are the sons of Bilhah, whom Laban gave unto Rachel his daughter, and these she bare to Jacob: all the souls were seven. All the souls that came with Jacob into Egypt, that came out of his thigh, besides Jacob's sons' women, all the souls were sixty and six. And the sons of Joseph, who were born to him in Egypt, were two souls. All the souls of the house of Jacob, that came into Egypt, were seventy. [2] “And these are the names of the sons of Israel, who came into Egypt,” signifies the quality of truths from the spiritual in order, which were brought into the memory-knowledges of the church; “of Jacob and his sons,” signifies the truth of the natural in general, and the truths of the natural in particular; “Reuben, Jacob's firstborn,” signifies faith in the understanding, which is apparently in the first place. “And the sons of Reuben; Hanoch, and Pallu, and Hezron, and Carmi,” signifies the doctrinals of faith in general. “And the sons of Simeon; Jemuel, and Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zohar,” signifies faith in the will and its doctrinals in general; “and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish woman,” signifies a doctrinal not from a genuine origin. “And the sons of Levi; Gershon, and Kohath, and Merari,” signifies spiritual love and its doctrinals in general. [3] “And the sons of Judah; Er, and Onan, and Shelah, and Perez, and Zerah,” signifies celestial love and its doctrinals; “but Er and Onan died in the land of Canaan,” signifies that falsity and evil were extirpated. “And the sons of Perez were Hezron and Hamul,” signifies the truths of that good, which are goods of charity. “And the sons of Issachar; Tola, and Puvah, and Iob, and Shimron,” signifies celestial conjugial love and its doctrinals. “And the sons of Zebulun; Sered, and Elon, and Jahleel,” signifies the heavenly marriage and its doctrinals. “These are the sons of Leah, whom she bare unto Jacob in Paddan-aram,” signifies that these doctrinals were from spiritual affection in the natural through the knowledges of good and truth; “and his daughter Dinah,” signifies the church; “all the souls of his sons and of his daughters were thirty and three,” signifies the state of spiritual life and its quality. [4] “And the sons of Gad; Ziphion, and Haggi, Shuni, and Ezbon, Eri, and Arodi, and Areli,

Vital Transformation
Tikkunei Zohar #172 | End Of 19 and 20

Vital Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:43


Tikkunei Zohar is a major Kabbalistic text. Written mostly in Aramaic, it is a collection of seventy commentaries on the first word of the Torah, "Bereishit". To support Eliyahu Jian's work, visit https://vitaltransformation.org/donate Got a question? Click here to submit a form with your question and Eliyahu will respond to your email as soon as he can! — https://eliyahujian.com/contact For more than three decades, Eliyahu Jian has been guiding men and women through the process of strengthening their relationships, improving their businesses, and embracing healthier lifestyles while connecting to a higher power and purpose. Eliyahu's roles have included coaching CEOs, investment fund managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders from every walk of life. "How we feel today and every day is a choice. What will you choose to create in your life?" - Eliyahu To rediscover your spiritual path, visit https://eliyahujian.com/store to schedule a session OR email info@eliyahujian.com for a FREE consultation. - Healing Session - Business Coaching Session - Relationship Coaching Session - Soul Reading - Astrology Chart Session We can not do this without YOU! To join the online community, visit: https://vitaltransformation.org • Click here to subscribe: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian/?sub_... • Click here to watch another video: https://youtube.com/EliyahuJian For important info and weekly updates, subscribe to the weekly email list by visiting https://eliyahujian.com , scrolling all the way down to the bottom left, and entering your email! Follow Eliyahu Jian: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eliyahujian... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/eliyahujian • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EliyahuJianO... Follow Vital Transformation: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vital_trans... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TransformVital • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vitaltransfo... Eliyahu Jian: "I don't take myself too seriously and I like to make people laugh and help them choose joy and happiness. I like to simplify spirituality and make it more accessible. I translate profound spiritual wisdom into practical, everyday advice that empowers people to live their happiest and most fulfilled experiences."

Likutei Moharan
Torah 58: The Well, the Cloud, and the Manna

Likutei Moharan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 40:10


This Torah begins with a very deep Zohar in Parashat Bereshit which states: “3 emerge from 1. 1 is maintained by 3. 1 ascends between 2. 2 provide for 1. 1 provides for a number of directions.” Rabeinu explains this Zohar in connection with the 3 gifts that Am Yisrael received in the dessert: the cloud, the well, and the manna. Rabeinu goes into many different subjects and ties them all together into the subject of the lesson. These ideas include: Moshe Rabeinu/the tzadik, the covenant, war, the forefathers, Da'at, novel Torah ideas, healing, upright people of the generation, Shabbat, speech, grandeur, the Divine Presence, etc…

State of the Arc Podcast
Xenosaga Episode I Analysis (Ep.2): The Zohar Rises (ft. TJTheEmperor) | State Of The Arc Podcast

State of the Arc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 93:19


In this episode of our Xenosaga podcast, we go over the foreshadowing and symbolism of the first hour or two of the game. There is a lot of depth here, and even though Mike and I haven't played this game yet, we can see some possibilities of where this might be headed, and we're all for it.

The Aligned Success Show with Kelly Mosser
034 Making Sure the Pinch Matches the Ouch with Sabrina Zohar, the Realest CEO You'll Ever Meet

The Aligned Success Show with Kelly Mosser

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 50:06


Sabrina Zohar is the founder and CEO of Softwear, which is hands down the softest, most comfortable clothing brand in the market today. Sabrina launched her business after going through a series of personal and professional crises - from having an unfulfilling career as a wholesale rep to going through a bad breakup and almost losing her mother to six brain aneurysms.  Listen in to learn from Sabrina how business owners can leverage adversity to build an inspired business and leave their mark on the world. Discover practical strategies you can use to stop overreacting and evaluate situations in a calm, honest way.  What You'll Learn: - Sabrina's entrepreneurial journey - How to make sure the pinch matches the ouch - How responding versus reacting can improve your business - Ways to build a business around your higher purpose - Reasons why patience is an essential virtue for all entrepreneurs - How to navigate the learning phase of running a business - Strategic ways to price your product or service - The benefits of knowing when to work and when to rest - What to do when things don't work out in your business - Habits of emotionally disciplined entrepreneurs  - How Sabrina successfully pivoted her business during Covid Being emotional and reacting emotionally is a healthy part of being a human being. But when your emotional intensity doesn't match the severity of the situation at hand, you are overreacting. And like Sabrina says, before you react to anything, make sure the pinch matches the ouch.  Resources: - Wearsoftwear.com - https://wearsoftwear.com/ - Sabrina's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sabrina.zohar/ - Check out Softwear on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wearsoftwear/ - Apply for the Aligned Success Accelerator - https://kellycmosser.typeform.com/apply - Subscribe to my new weekly newsletter, Boring Sh*t, that breaks down the most important (and boring) financial headlines every business owner needs to understand. https://work.kellymosser.com/newsletter  - Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kelly.mosser/ - My website https://kellymosser.com/

Beg to Differ with Mona Charen
Reading Midterm Tea Leaves (with Josh Barro)

Beg to Differ with Mona Charen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 70:22 Very Popular


Josh Barro joins the group to reflect on Queen Elizabeth, analyze President Biden's democracy speech, interpret the midterm tea leaves, and evaluate what lessons we must learn from the poor US response to COVID-19. Highlights & Lowlights Mona: How Not To Write A Constitution - Persuasion (https://www.persuasion.community/p/how-not-to-write-a-constitution) Bill: How reactionary is MAGA? Try the first century B.C. - The Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/09/07/jd-vance-fascist-roman-imperialist-caesar/) Linda: The Man Who Won the Republican Party Before Trump Did - The New York Times (https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/08/opinion/pat-buchanan-donald-trump.html) Damon: Mark Lilla: Yearning for Questions - Meditations with Zohar (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mark-lilla-yearning-for-questions/id1608391571?i=1000578690878) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Meditations with Zohar
Mark Lilla: Yearning for Questions S1 E16

Meditations with Zohar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:31


This week, Zohar is joined by Mark Lilla, Professor of Humanities at Columbia, and wide-ranging public intellectual, to talk about Great Books and the purpose of humanities education, falling in love with ideas, conversion and deconversion, ignorance and bliss, the theology of accommodation, and the instructive, all too human example of thinkers who err. Meditations with Zohar is supported by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, bridging the gap between big ideas and real world problems. Read more from Zohar at his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking. Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.

The Land of Israel Network
The Jewish Story: What is the Zohar?

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 83:31


Another one of Rav Mike's live favorites! The author of the Zohar is traditionally said to be R' Shimon Bar Yochai, but since its first appearance in the hands of R' Moshe DeLeon in 13th century Spain its origin has been in dispute. The Zohar has been a source of spiritual strength in the Jewish Story for more than a millennia, which is far more importance than its role as a source of controversy. Stay turned, season 6 of the Jewish Story starts next week!

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Opening to Appreciation

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 64:23


(Gaia House) Online Dharma Hall session including guided meditation and Dharma talk on the theme of the interwinding co-creating aspects of appreciation, gratitude, and joy.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Meditation Instructions 6: Upekkhā

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 59:28


Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Zohar Lavie: Guided Meditation: Opening to Appreciation and Joy

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 46:09