Shimona Tzukernik

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Shimona Tzukernik is the creator of The Method, a therapeutic application of Kabbalah for individuals and corporations seeking spiritually based transformation. Known as “The Kabbalah Coach,” she has counseled hundreds of individuals, and now offers coaching certification in The Method. She is also an internationally recognized speaker and author for the Rohr JLI. Shimona has been featured in media around the world including a documentary by National Geographic and NickMom’s “Take Me to your Mother.”
Forty-Eight Qualities to Acquiring Divine Wisdom
Mishnah 6:6 “Torah is greater than priesthood or sovereignty…Torah is acquired with 48 qualities…” Listen and meditate on these 48 qualities necessary to acquire Divine wisdom. How many of these qualities do you connect with? Which of these come easily to...
Looking at Ages and Stages
Mishnah 5:22 “At five, we begin the study of Scripture. At 10, the Oral Tradition…At 80, self-mastery… At 100….” Each age of life is appropriate for a different stage of growth. This class looks at the various stages of development and the deeper meaning ...
The Characteristics of a Wise Person
Mishnah 5:7 “Seven qualities that bring us to the acquisition of truth…” The layout of the Mishnah teaches us that framing things in the positive is better than focusing on what is wrong. It then continues to teach us a progression of seven ideas that hel...
Attaining Wisdom, Strength, Wealth and Honor
Mishnah 4:1 “Who is wise? Who is strong? Who is wealthy? Who is honorable?” The answers that the Book of Ethics provides to the question of how to of attain these qualities seem counter-intuitive. What is Ben Zoma really teaching us about how to reach sel...
The Portal to Wisdom
Mishnah 3:10 “One whose deeds exceeds his wisdom, his wisdom endures.” Why is action so essential? Reverence and action preserves and grows wisdom. We need to be living what we believe.
Why Fear of Sin Trumps Wisdom
Mishnah 3:9 ”One whose fear of sin takes precedence over his wisdom, his wisdom endures.” Why is fear of sin even more essential than spiritual wisdom? Why is wisdom not enough? The mind left to its own devices is on a slippery slope.
Nullifying Our Will and Breaking Limitations
Mishnah 2:4 “Make His will, your will…” G-d asks us to remake our character and refine ourselves. Sensitizing ourselves to G-dliness means to internalize the will of G-d and aligning ourselves with G-d’s will.
Protected from Transgression
Mishnah 2:1 “Contemplate these three things and you won’t come to the hands of transgression…” Without G-d our world is full of duality and dissonance. Surrendering to G-d’s will, allows us to avoid even the “hands” of transgression and to live at our hig...
Taking Responsibility and Seizing the Moment
Mishna 1:14 “If I am not for myself who is for me? If I am only for myself, what am I? If not now, when?” You are the only one who can own your behavior. If you do not get the job done, it is not going to happen. You are responsible for your own inspirati...
Peace and Unity—How to Create It Socially
Mishnah 1:12 “Be of the disciples of Aaron, loving peace and pursuing peace.” Peace is not uniformity. Peace brings together disparate parts into harmony. We do not all need to be the same in order to have peace but we need to embrace the diversity. Here ...
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