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November 26, 2015 | 14 Kislev, 5776
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Vayetze - He Went Out

To "go out" means to go out of ourselves, to leave our comfort zone and rise above the selfish nature found in our physical body consciousness.By "going out", Jacob was able to restrict the energy of Esau and make a quantum step towards a higher level of consciousness. Similarly, once we are able to restrict the Esau consciousness in our own lives, we too can achieve a sense of unity and a direct connection to G-d, like Jacob finds in the portion. ...

by Richard Swerdlow on Nov 18 - 12:11 am UTC

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Letter from the Ramban for Wishes Fulfilled

Take care to always study Torah diligently so that you will be able to fulfill its commands. When you rise from study, ponder carefully what you have learned; see what there is in it which you can put into practice. Conduct yourself in these ways in all your endeavors for as long as you live. In this way you will surely avoid transgression; your words, actions and thoughts will be flawless. ...

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The Best Challah!

Bake the best - and connect to the spiritual energy of Challah. ...

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This Holy book written by Abraham the Patriarch reveals the inner workings of the cosmos and the 231 Gates.

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The concept of “keeping” Shabbat is though out the Torah, but is specifically revealed the three initial times times it is mentioned. We see it in the first portion of the Torah, Bereshit (Genesis 2:1) where we read that following the act of Creation, “G-d rested on the seventh day from all His work, which He had […]