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Four soul stages in our journey to the divine
The constant struggle to attain a deeper connection to G-d. Tracing the Kabbalistic dimensions of these stages and how they correspond to various aspects of our religious experience. (Based on a discourse of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.)
The purpose of the soul's journey from on high into this world.
Descending from on high to enter the body, the soul struggles to find its place in this world. The Lubavitcher Rebbe charts a path for it to discover its purpose and attain new illumination through its decent.
A Chanukah Lesson
True dedication is an old-school value that’s hard to find nowadays. It’s the ability to overlook yourself and become completely dedicated to the needs of another. Chanukah means “dedication,” and its story teaches us the secret of Jewish dedication.
The moments of prayer allow us to drop our distorted self-perception and see the inner beauty within.
Did you ever think about the fact that your physical body, emotions, and intellect are constantly changing throughout your life. Where is the real you? Where is that place of permanence?
The soul existed before the body and the soul always remains because it is a piece of G-d. When we understand this, then the Afterlife is a natural part of our journey.
Belief in the Afterlife
What does Kabbalah say about the afterlife, and the eternal nature of the soul? And can this be explained on a human level?
The spiritual significance of the division of the Land of Israel
The story of the soul’s journey as it parallels the three-part process by which the Land of Israel was divided amongst the twelve tribes. (Based on the maamor Ach B’goral 5735)
Towards a universal language in the domains of body, mind and soul
The effort to find common ground between psychiatry and religion, involves a search for corresponding language that is as meaningful to secular people as it is to those of religious persuasion. Historical precedent provides several intellectual and emotio...
Can the material brain come to life without a metaphysical soul?
There are scientists who believe that the mind is wholly material. But this position leaves many important neurological questions unanswered. Scientific and religious arguments both indicate that mind, soul and life in general, are likely irreducible to a...
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