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A selection of audio on the history of prayer, how to pray and why we pray

Audio Lectures

Audio Lectures

A selection of audio on the history of prayer, how to pray and why we pray

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The story of the great prophetess Chana is read as part of the Rosh Hashanah services. Many of the laws of prayer are derived from Chana’s conduct. But moreover, Chana also reveals the inner essence of prayer.
Audio | 46:46
Why We Pray
If G-d knows what we need, why do we need to pray?
Discover the two dimensions of prayer as we explore which prayer is the first of the day: the morning or evening prayer?
Audio | 2:28
G-d is One
What is the deeper meaning of the shema prayer? Does it mean that there is just one G-d, or just One anything?
Audio | 38:01
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Diverse Versions of Prayer
This class explains in detail the purpose of prayer and why there are variations in the nusach – prayer text – from Sefard to Ashkenaz.
Audio | 51:28
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The Three Daily Prayers
This class details the special significance and unique quality of each of the three daily prayers; Shacharit (morning), Mincha (afternoon) and Maariv (evening).
Somewhere along the way we seem to have lost the art of meditative prayer. Chassidic philosophy offers a comprehensive approach to rekindling the meditative experience within prayer. Rabbi Shishler offers a glimpse into the spiritual journey called prayer.
In order to give one’s words wings with which they may fly, we endeavor to infuse them with meditative intentions. Learning to inspire prayer with meditation greatly enhances the experience and imbues it with enhanced meaning and reach. This series offers