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The Temple’s Spiritual Dimensions

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The Temple’s Spiritual Dimensions

The three sections in the Holy Temple represent three levels of reality. Explore components of the Beit Hamikdash and their mirroring mystical attributes.
The Menorah of the Soul
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gabriel garibay September 12, 2019

let us listen to the teaching and at the end formulate questions or comments. shalom. thanks for this teachings. It would be great that the audience keep quiet during the teaching. And wait to the moré to finish and then have time for Q&As. Baruj HaShem. Reply

Rita Forbes MD July 8, 2018

Hello, Rabbi New
I am grateful for your teaching on the building components of the sanctuary. It is very timely. Currently, my personal scriptual study has me in the Book of Exodus reviewing the building plans of the Temple given to Moses. Your instruction is/or will be taking me into a more in-depth spiritual understanding, and I am excited! I look forward to further instruction(s) that will elevate my knowledge. Excuse me, where are your handouts so that I can follow as you teach? I can google it, but it will not have your supplemental information.The video does not bring clarity to your illustrations. Thank you. Reply

Rabbi Moishe New July 9, 2018
in response to Rita Forbes:

Temple Chart Hi Rita,

Thanks for you feedback. I’m happy to email you the chart. Here’s my email rabbinew @ themtc.com.
All the best,
Rabbi New Reply

This class analyzes an aspect of the weekly Torah portion or upcoming holiday. While providing a basic understanding of the subject matter, the lesson delves into its deeper and more complex dimensions with emphasis on the spiritual relevance to our daily lives. Inspiration for both the novice and advanced student.
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