This is a kabbalah course. Kabbalah means to receive and what does that mean for us ? We are made of the recieving concept. Whatever shapes people in their lives is the amount and desire to recieve blessings in our lives from the Creator. Why don’t we always get what we want ? If we start studying Kabbalah with understanding step by step how we fulfill your potential, what does that mean? You want to recieve something ? What is Kabbalah and how to use it in our daily lives . This course will answer these questions. You will also learn the mystical side of Kabbalah. How to protect yourselves from negativity etc.
Spirituality and Business
This course will help each and every one of us to understand the aspect of business and how to develop our desire. The desire for money is not the only thing there is also the desire to be happy while I’m making money. We have within these videos an amazing way to change our life as we are making money as we are becoming successful. One of the things that I always encourage people is to take risks. But taking risks is not for everybody because some people who take risks without knowing you are taking a risk is called craziness. If you take risks knowingly that means you are ready. What do I need to do? Where do I need to start? Who are the people that are supposed to help me? All of these questions and more will be answered in this course.
This course will help you be inspired mentally , spiritually and laughter. We are choosing every week a different subject that will help you become inspired by others and you can inspire others. Within this course to be motivated happy and inspired the results will take you step by step to reach your goals.
Writings of the Ari
Rabbi Isaac Luria, the Ari lived around 500 years ago and is buried in the city of safed in Israel. He was the one who discovered all the secrets and mysticism of Kabbalah. Reincarnation , Soulamtes , our purpose in life. This course will take you to the essence of your soul. Each and every one of us comes from a different place and soul. We need to know where we came from to know where we are going . What mistakes did we make so we can fix them. This universe is about cleansing what I did wrong so I can fix it and connect to what I did right so I can enjoy more.
In 1922 Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag one of the greatest Kabbalistic of all times came up with a commentary on Rabbi Isaac Luria’s book the Tree of Life . This is a section within the writings of the Ari (rabbi Isaac Luria ) that talks about Creation. What happened before God before Genesis. These works are put together in a way that the layman can understand it. These studies take you to a time before time. To a place before time and space before the Garden of Eden. Why did the Creator create us. Rav Ashlag writes that most of the pain and suffering we go through is because we don’t understand the purpose of our life . This is a deep course. Whoever studies this specific knowledge is promised that they will be cleansing all their negativities just by listening to it.
Rosh Chodesh, the first day of the lunar month, is called literally “the head of the month” and not the “beginning of the month”, because just as the head contains the life-force for all the limbs, so does the first day of each month represent the spiritual “life-force” for the rest of the month. The second part of the name, “Chodesh”, is related to the word “chadash”, meaning “new”. In simple terms, this refers to the renewal of the moon, the birth of the new moon. In Kabbalistic sources, however, it is explained that every Rosh Chodesh brings a new spiritual light, one that never illuminated before throughout time.
Over the years, we have been presented with a number of interpretations regarding the meaning of the Kabbalistic/Jewish holidays. Some were easier for us to accept, and some seemed less acceptable to our rational understanding. In these videos Eliyahu explains the significance of some of the holidays from the perspective of Kabbalah.
All the holidays represent specific phases in one’s path of discovery and understanding of the Upper World, the Creator. Pesach (Passover), for example, represents our exit from the sensation of the material world to the sensation of the spiritual world.