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Igeret HaKodesh: Epistle 23 - Part 2

Tishrei 21

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Jorge Qro. Mexico October 4, 2015

Wonderful lessons. Let me share with you why I enjoy so much these lessons: they are a showcase where I'm able to observe my own spiritual world. And it's for that, they are so valuable to me. Reply

Julie UK January 24, 2013

Thank you Pat :) Reply

Pat usa January 23, 2013

I hear you R. Gordon reads some untranslated text and then translates it, then explains it. This is classic Jewish teaching method and goes back over 19 centuries. The parts you don't understand even the words is probably the untranslated part.

If this is the first lecture you listened to out of all of them, you might go back to the archives and start at the start and then see if you understand this one better when you get back to it.

If you haven't had any other lessons in Judaism, Rabbi Gordon also does multimedia lectures on Torah she be-ktav, aka Pentateuch. I know that if I hadn't gone through Torah mutliple times I wouldn't have understood anything that I've studied since then.

If you're in a middle situation, there are lectures on this site on kabbalah, the mystical background for a lot of what R. Gordon says here. Reply

Julie uk October 7, 2012

understanding I cannot take in what is being said is there any benefit for me to listen? I do enjoy the sound and rhythm of the intonation. Reply

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