Intro to Talmud Eser HaSefirot by Michael Jian | Class 6 - Vital Transformation

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Intro to Talmud Eser HaSefirot by Michael Jian | Class 6

January 30, 2024

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Episode Description:

Welcome back, everyone! In this special session of “Unveiling Hidden Wisdom: The Path to the Messiah,” we continue our deep dive into the “Talmud Eser HaSefirot” with Class #6. This class is all about reinforcing our previous lessons and understanding the profound reasons why one should study Kabbalah. We’ll address some important doubts about who can study this wisdom and explore the hidden parts of the Torah. This class promises to bring clarity and insight into how the study of Kabbalah connects to the coming of the Messiah.

Key Points

  1. Review of Vocabulary and Definitions: We will revisit essential terms and concepts discussed in the last class to ensure everyone is on the same page.
  2. Hidden Parts of the Torah: Understanding the distinction between the revealed and hidden parts of the Torah, and the importance of studying the hidden aspects.
  3. Addressing Doubts: Clarifying the misconceptions about who can study Kabbalah and why it is relevant for everyone.
  4. The Role of Printed Books: Discussing how the revelation of Kabbalistic wisdom through printed books fits within the divine plan.
  5. Connection to the Messiah: Exploring why the coming of the Messiah is linked to the widespread study of Kabbalah.
  6. Practical Insights: Emphasizing the importance of studying Torah and performing mitzvot (commandments) for the right reasons, without seeking personal gain.

Participant Takeaways

  1. Enhanced Understanding: Participants will gain a clearer understanding of why studying Kabbalah is crucial and how it fits into the broader spiritual framework.
  2. Spiritual Growth: By revisiting key concepts, participants will reinforce their knowledge and deepen their spiritual practice.
  3. Purpose and Motivation: Insights into the importance of learning and practicing Torah for the sake of giving pleasure to the Creator, rather than for personal gain.
  4. Path to Redemption: A profound realization that the coming of the Messiah is intertwined with the collective study and practice of Kabbalah.
  5. Practical Application: Encouragement to approach Torah study and mitzvot with the right intentions, aiming to reveal the hidden light and goodness in the world.
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