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Audio Classes

Kavanah: Meditation
Part 3 of 4
Gender Roles
Part 4 of 4
Insights into Kaddish
The Prayer Recited by a Mourner
What is Kaddish? Why do we say Kaddish and the connection between the living and the dead.
The Shema and its Blessings
An insight on the Kaddish and the Shema and its Blessings. What to contemplate when reciting the Shema, and what the angels do when they recite the Shema.
Kaddish Meditation
Audio | 15:27
Kaddish Meditation
Learn how to answer the Kaddish with greater understanding of its meaning.
Why We Pray
Audio | 46:46
Why We Pray
If G-d knows what we need, why do we need to pray?
The Sections of Prayer
This series of classes present the deeper meanings for the different sections of prayer that serve as steps of the spiritual ladder of prayer as explained in Kabbalah and Chassidut.
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.
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).
Shema Yisrael – Hear O Israel
This class provides an in-depth understanding of the verse shema yisroel; the fundamental declaration of faith in G-d’s unity.
Prayers of Shabbos (1)
Audio | 41:19
Prayers of Shabbos
Part 1
This class goes through the Shabbat prayers and presents profound insights into their meaning.
Prayers of Shabbos (2)
Audio | 47:44
Prayers of Shabbos
Part 2
This class goes through the Shabbat prayers and presents profound insights into their meaning.
The Significance of an Aliyah
The special significance in receiving an aliyah, the honor of being called up to recite the blessing over the Torah.
A synagogue is a place of Jewish worship. In addition to housing a sanctuary for services, synagogues (most notably Chabad centers) serve as the centerpoint of Jewish life.
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