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The Power of the Mind

The Power of the Mind

Spiritual Development: Lesson 2

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The Power of the Mind: Spiritual Development: Lesson 2

Our mind is our most powerful tool. Our thoughts propel us in a certain direction. Choose to dwell on positive thoughts.
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Self Improvement, Thought, Mind and Heart, Mind over Heart, Supremacy of, Mind
Nomi Freeman is the daughter of the renowned Argentinian Kabbalist Professor Avraham Polichenco, of blessed memory. She is well known for her seminars on spirituality and Jewish mysticism. Mrs. Freeman has lectured extensively in Canada and abroad. Contact her here for lecture engagements.
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Malachi Hilkey Denver, CO October 28, 2015

Todah Rabbah I am very blessed by your teachings and inspirations.
I am so grateful for Chabad.org and all those who have the way for the avenue and content... This is a great series, Mrs. Freeman.

Shalom Reply

Josephine Beit Shemesh, Israel November 24, 2013

Nomi: You have saved my Neshoma Thank you for saving my Neshoma, for a long time I have had the desire to be religious, but saw so many questionable things, by Rabbi's, or other Jews, that I got stuck.
Thanx to you I have broken out of this, and am working on my Neshoma, to be better and better. Reply

Raj K Dheri PETALING JAYA August 28, 2013

Thank you so much. Words can't express my gratitude. Reply

Avigail Melbourne, Australia August 27, 2013

So Powerful and so well presented Thank you Nomi Freeman for taking the time to record these words. This message came to me at a good time. May Hashem continue to bless you. Reply

Douglas Hall Fuengirola, Spain August 20, 2013

Wow. I wish she was my mom. Reply

Shoshannah Chana Somerville Yerushalayim August 20, 2013

Moving away from the negative to the positive... Nomi's talk could not come at a better time for me:
1. I have been intensely negative for many weeks, along with many tears;
2. We are in the month of Elul - an important time to turn everything around;
3. I am on my way to the Kotel, in a half hour.

Nomi may not remember me, but 16 years ago, I stayed at her home in Vancouver, BC! I have never forgotten the hospitality of The Freeman Family. I met the family through my son, Tzur, who was Nomi's husband's chevrutah.

Shanah Tova U'Metukah and very positive... Reply

Anonymous USA August 19, 2013

Mrs. Freeman wonderful teaching. I would like to ask you if in this meditation we can used the image of one of our Patriarch/Matriarch as a role model for our meditation? Their attributes are incomparable to anyone in this world. No? Thank you for your teachings. Before I closed this comments, a thought came to my mind. I do not have anyone who is a Jewish observant around me. I live alone in this state. Your teachings have been a balm to my trouble mind. This happens because not only am I alone, separated from my family who are part of another religion, but also the people around me. In my daily struggles, I seek Hashem, blessed be He, with all my heart, mind, and soul. I have many dreams, in which I believe He is constantly speaking to me. Sometimes I do not understand them. They are so powerful. Where can I look in the Jewish source to help me with this situation? I am also trying to think positive. B''H Reply

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