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Kabbalah Media Updates: Video podcast in English.Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 32 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute is an international movement of many thousands of students dedicated to publicly sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah.Bnei Baruch was established in 1 ...
 
Kabbalah Media Updates: Audio podcast in English.Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 32 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute is an international movement of many thousands of students dedicated to publicly sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah.Bnei Baruch was established in 1 ...
 
Sam Peak takes us on an in-depth examination of some of the teachings of the Ba'al HaSulam (Master of the Ladder) Rabbi Yehuda Lev Ashlag and the RaMChaL (Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato), with insights from the Chassidic Masters.
 
Kabbalah Media Updates: Audio podcast in Hebrew.Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 32 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute is an international movement of many thousands of students dedicated to publicly sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah.Bnei Baruch was established in 19 ...
 
Daily Kabbalah Lesson: Audio podcast in English.Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 32 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute is an international movement of many thousands of students dedicated to publicly sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah.Bnei Baruch was established in 19 ...
 
Daily Kabbalah Lesson: Audio podcast in Portuguese.Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 32 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute is an international movement of many thousands of students dedicated to publicly sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah.Bnei Baruch was established in ...
 
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Why is it important to understand the language of Kabbalah? Many people learn about Kabbalah using terms such as light, Sephirot, the Tree of life, without really knowing what they mean. But this is a shame, because when we learn the meaning of these words terms accurately we obtain a precious key to the wisdom of our Sages, and to our own live ...…
 
“Happy is the man who does not forget You and the son of man makes an effort in You.” In this happy and optimistic letter for the New Year that Rabbi Baruch Shalom Ashlag wrote to his friends and students in the Beit Hamidrash for Rosh Hashanah, he teaches that the themes of Rosh Hashanah are actually advice the Sages are giving us in how to co ...…
 
Rabbi Ashlag in the Perush haSulam, his great commentary on the Zohar, teaches: During the 12 months of the year we work on the tikkun of the Malchut. That is, we work on letting go of receiving for ourselves alone, and practice giving unconditionally, doing acts that are in affinity of form with the Creator. In this way we rectify the Malchut— ...…
 
When we look back on our lives, we find many things we wish we had done differently. Yet ultimately everything that transpired did so according to the will of God. So what do we need to say sorry for? This question was asked by the great Kabbalist Rabbi Baruch Shalom Ashlag. He considers a saying of the Sages of the Talmud, ” The evil inclinati ...…
 
The holy Zohar says, Rabbi Yehudah opened his discourse, “the Scripture says (Psalm 100:2), “Serve the Lord with happiness, come before him with song” and indeed we have learnt that we need to be happy in our service to God so as to serve Him with true desire. In this way our work will be whole. The questions is: How can this requirement of bei ...…
 
The Torah was given to the Children of Israel in the month of Sivan, in the third month of coming out of Egypt. The holy Zohar takes this to hint to us that the Torah itself comes forth in the middle line of consciousness, combining within itself both the consciousness of Chesed, lovingkindness, and of Gevurah, strength, and bringing forth a co ...…
 
Each year as we sit down at the seder table we read in the Hagaddah, “In every generation every person is obliged to see himself as if he came out of Egypt.” Each year we need to celebrate the Pesach story, to see the hand of God Himself delivering us from our bondage, not just in the past but as an on-going process in our present. As Pesach ap ...…
 
Rabbi Baruch Shalom Ashlag, in his teachings on the Parshat Shavua, Vayikra, wrote as follows: The Scripture says, “And God called Moses and spoke to him from the Tent of Meeting saying, “Speak to the children of Israel and say to them, ‘Adam, when he offers from you a sacrifice to God; you shall offer your sacrifice from the domestic animals, ...…
 
When the children of Israel arrived at Mount Sinai, the Torah says ” ויחן העם מול ההר. And the people encamped opposite the mountain.” But what you can’t hear in the English translation is the use of the word ” encamped” in a singular form. The great commentator of the Torah, Rashi, picked up on this word, and taught its inner meaning as being ...…
 
“In every generation, a person is obliged to see himself or herself, as if he or she is coming out of Egypt.” Passover Haggadah Rabbi Ashlag considers a person as a whole world in himself .Therefore, everything that is in the world is also represented within each and every one of us. It is in this spirit that he teaches the inner meanings of th ...…
 
“Then Yehudah drew near to him, (Yoseph) and said: ‘Oh my lord, let your servant, I pray you, speak a word in my lord’s ears,'” (Genesis 44:18) It is with these words that one of the most moving and dramatic episodes of the Torah opens. “And Yehudah drew near to him”; the Zohar teaches,”in prayer”. There are many sad and broken people in the wo ...…
 
“The three components of the chanukah candle are the vessel itself, the wick and the oil. All three elements need to be present to receive the flame of Chanukah.” Thus Rabbi Baruch Ashlag starts an amazing letter on the elements that make up the equivalent of the Hanukkah candle within each and everyone of us. The light of Hanukkah is the revel ...…
 
On the surface of it all, it seems a dreadful story: A younger son cheating an older brother of what is rightfully his. So seems the story of Jacob and Esau, according to its literal meaning. However, when we learn the Torah only at the level of the Pshat, we get the outer shell, but we cannot attain the truth and wisdom of its consciousness in ...…
 
Rabbi Ashlag teaches, that when we come to build a house, we first have to start off with the vision of our final dwelling. We need to imagine for ourselves our bungalow, or our block of offices or our wooden hut in the woods. Only then we can start to make real plans and take the steps we need to fulfill our vision in actuality. Likewise, the ...…
 
Rosh HaShanah, the new year is a day of choice; a day when we are given the possibility of choosing again. This is an amazing thought. For so many of us, the days go by and we seem to have drifted into habits of thought, feeling and even actions, which on closer examination we may not in fact espouse. So what does this new choice consist of, an ...…
 
The streams of Teshuvah, both the individual and the general, rush along. They are like waves of flames on the surface of the sun, which, in an unceasing struggle, burst forth, go up, and give life to the multitude of worlds and to uncountable creatures. … Through Teshuvah everything returns to godliness. The reality of the power of Teshuvah th ...…
 
When we come to Tisha B’Av, now, in 2015, we truly need to ask, Why are we mourning? For Zion is repopulated and the city thronged with people. Yet when we consider what the presence of the Temple meant 2000 years ago before the destruction we begin to understand what this day of mourning is really about. “Make for Me a Sanctuary and I will dwe ...…
 
When I learn the work of Rabbi Yehudah Lev Ashlag, the Baal HaSulam, I am struck by the joy and the love that is embedded in his work. Listening to some old recordings of him giving a lesson, we hear his voice ringing out with joy. He was clearly a man of both deep understanding and of rich feeling. Our feelings actually originate with the very ...…
 
One of the qualities of Torah is its beauty; and its wonders, the inner beauty of a life led according to Torah. Sometimes we hear a teaching and we feel, ” Wow, that is beautiful,” and this fills us with joy. This is not a superficial feeling or something we should ignore, but a real appreciation of the beauty of the Torah. The holy Zohar teac ...…
 
The Zohar that we traditionally learn on the festival of Shavuot is called, “The night of the Bride”. In beautiful imagery, it pictures the community of Israel joining together with God, as Bride and Bridegroom under the wedding canopy, at the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. The night of Shavuot is spent studying the Torah, rectifying the v ...…
 
Blessed be He who keeps His promise to Israel. (Haggadah) Following the redemption of the children of Israel at the Red Sea when they saw the enemies drowned on the shore the Scripture states, “And Israel saw the great hand which HaShem had wrought in Egypt. And the people had awe of Hashem and they believed in haShem and in Moses his servant.” ...…
 
We are living in turbulent times; on the one hand the light of redemption is undoubtedly getting nearer and with it an increasing consciousness of the light of God in the world. Equally, the destructive elements of the world seem to be growing in strength. This is not the first time, the Jews have faced these huge polarization of energies. They ...…
 
We all find ourselves making good resolutions— intending to live, from now on, according to our deepest values. Yet when faced with the choice in actual practice our actions very often fall short, and yet again we find that we seem unable to follow through. There seems to be a disconnect between our ideals and our practice. We try different tac ...…
 
In a letter which Rabbi Ashlag wrote to his students whilst he was away in London, he bemoans the fact that some previous students had fallen away from the group. In looking at the question as to why this had happened, he shows how outer change actually follows a prior inner change. This we learn from the story of the exile in Egypt. It was an ...…
 
Many of us go through difficult times in our lives, times of loss and sadness. In such times our connections with God can be painful. We ask Him where He is? Is this what He really wants? That we suffer? We wonder, why is He acting like this towards us, towards me? David, the sweet singer of Israel, actually had a life polarized in its extremes ...…
 
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