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This lecture explains basic concepts in the holistic approach to healthy and Jewish mysticism. Rabbi Friedman demonstrates that "holistic" means not just physical, mental and emotional well-being -- but spiritual well-being as well.

Holistic and Kabbalistic

Holistic and Kabbalistic

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This lecture explains basic concepts in the holistic approach to healthy and Jewish mysticism. Rabbi Friedman demonstrates that "holistic" means not just physical, mental and emotional well-being -- but spiritual well-being as well.
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Dega Earth December 11, 2012

Does one have to be Jewish to practice Kabbalah? Reply

Ariel Weiss California August 29, 2017
in response to Dega:

Yes!
And one must be grounded in the basic parts of Torah first. Foundation.
And when we say Jews, some of us are born Jewish, others have converted. Reply

lisa toby, pa April 18, 2011

thank you.I wish we could place it on the air for all to here, and listen. Reply

asunshinegirl79akakarinarose Petaluma, CA January 23, 2011

Excellent...

G-d would be glad. so would Rebbe. Reply

John Nocera Puyallup, WA October 19, 2010

Holistic medicine I have listened to many lectures on many topics. I rate this one as one of the very best. Everyone should sit down, listen and take this to heart.

Thanks for teaching us Rabbi Friedman Reply

Anonymous brooklyn January 28, 2010

incredible! how does the torah it say it in hebrew - "keep thse mitvos, for they are your life"

that made me tear.. thats how touching it was. Reply

erika Nissanoff La Jolla, CA March 12, 2009

holistic medicine I'd like to hear more on this topic. Reply

Jeanne Huber August 16, 2008

Thanks for a great learning experience. You tell it like it is. Reply

Judith buffalo, ny August 3, 2008

So Interesting This lecture was so insightful and so fascinating! i cant wait to hear more of Rabbi Friedmans lectures :) Reply

Ahuva St. Johns, MI February 13, 2008

herbal medicine I too am interested in what the herbal remedy is that was mentioned in the lecture about the holistic medicine and kabbalah. Reply

Diane Brookline, NH February 8, 2008

Herbal Remedy for Separation from Ancestors/Family Thank you for providing an extremely enlightening audio lecture on holistic medicine & Kabbalah basics focusing on the mechanisms by which the mind-body connection is negatively effected by the disease process. I learned a great deaI from this lecture. I was particularly interested in the points made with respect to the ill effects of the generation gap on one's health. The rabbi explained that when one becomes isolated and separated from their ancestors they will become ill. Unfortunately, I have no relationship with any of my family members; and, therefore, experience the ill effects of being separate from my ancestors. The rabbi mentioned the existence of an herb (one which was the most commonly used by the American Indians) that one can use in an effort to "reconnect" oneself with one's ancestors if one cannot otherwise establish such a connection. What is the name of this herbal remedy? Reply

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