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Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 5
Leveling the economic playing field through a mentality of abundance rather than scarcity; how the vertical hierarchy has become manifest on a horizontal plane.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 4
A description of the masculine and feminine intellectual faculties of chochmah and binah and their relationship to the "dematerialization" or "disembodiment" of how information is stored and transferred.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 3
Globalization & the End of Work
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 2
Globalization & the End of Work
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 1
Globalization & the End of Work
The Exile of 1492
System of Divinity, a kabbalistic masterpiece written by Rabbi Yehudah Chayyat (born in Spain, c.1450), provides us with a rare first person account of the Spanish expulsion of 1492 and the state of Sephardic Jews in a year that most people associate with...
What Defines Real: Lesson 8
After grappling with the concepts of the origin of multiplicity and the origin of unity, we tackle the question of the nature of meaning within human experience. The ‘contrast theory of meaning,’ states that one can only appreciate one quality if one has ...
What Defines Real: Lesson 7
The superconscious powers of the soul are generally depicted as a crown (keter) in Kabbalah. The crown itself has two parts: the lower aspect, called the long face and the higher aspect, called the ancient of days. This talk explains how the long face (wh...
What Defines Real: Lesson 6
Heisenberg’s notion of "ghost reality" as it pertains to the level of the emotions or Ruach in Kabbalah. From this perspective there are pre-existing tendencies that promise a specific reality that remains to be actualized. Additionally, Einstein’s theory...
What Defines Real: Lesson 5
The kabbalistic dimension of Malchut refers to our ability to exercise a kind of self-mastery over reality. In the Zohar we learn that this dimension expresses an a-causal dreamscape world, wherein language engenders and defines objects and experiences.
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