Kabbalah 3 Video Course [Eng]

Course Price: 49 €



 

Lesson 1: Affinity

Highlights

  • Dvekut: cleaving to or creating affinity with the Light
  • Real spiritual work: the relationship between us and the Creator
  • Ethics and morals: the relationship between us and society
  • Who are we comparing ourselves to? Comparing ourselves to the Light of the Creator
  • Cleaving is real freedom
  • Cleaving or ethical consciousness
  • Creating an environment of connection in centers and Study Groups
  • Addiction to  recognition and approval
  • Identifying our intention for our spiritual work
  • The main cause for pain is depending upon and needing others’ energy
  • Starting each day with an intention of getting closer to the Light
  • Recognizing opportunities that help us get closer to the Light

 

Lesson 2: The Four Phases Part 1

Highlights

  • The creation of the original Vessel
  • How to build a true desire
  • False desire and real desire, continuous desire versus temporary desire, needy desire versus true desire
  • The Light is an infinite source of sharing
  • The Vessel must undergo a process to create a real desire
  • The Light of Wisdom and the Light of Mercy: our goal is to receive both types of Light
  • Creating desire without going through chaos
  • The Four Phases
    1. A passive desire where the Vessel is created and filled with the Light
    2. The first awakening in the Vessel in the desire to give
    3. Light of Mercy is revealed in the Vessel- the Vessel feels the lack of what it had in the First Phase
    4. A true desire is created: the Vessel craves what it had in the First Phase
  • Identifying where we can have a stronger, purer desire
  • Identifying the Four Phases in our life
  • How do we build a true craving?

 

Lesson 3: The Four Phases Part 2

Highlights

  • Building a true desire for spiritual growth
  • Phase 1: the status quo, taking things for granted
  • Two ways of building desire: experiencing chaos or proactive change and transformation
  • Phase 2: emptying our vessel and pushing forward to feel a healthy lack
  • Phase 4: true desire
  • Times of Gadlut (greatness) and Katnut (smallness)
  • Reawakening areas of life where we have no energy
  • We constantly go through the Four Phases from status quo to true desire
  • Four Phases workshop- (use the handout provided below)
    • How strong is our desire?
    • In which areas of our life do we need to inject extra effort?
    • Going beyond the status quo: pushing in areas of life to awaken lack and true desire

 

Lesson 4: The Soul’s Journey

Highlights

  • The five parts of the soul
  • Nefesh corresponds to: Malchut, the desire to receive for the self alone, physical actions
  • Ruach corresponds to: Zeir Anpin, the pure intention of sharing, doing from awe, speech and words
  • Neshama corresponds to: Binah, being plugged in, doing from love, thoughts and consciousness
  • Chiya corresponds to: Chochmah, deep thoughts
  • Yechidah corresponds to: Keter, deep thoughts
  • Understanding death
  • Death of a righteous person
  • Heaven and hell
  • Burial helps the soul cleanse and elevate
  • An ibur: a positive soul that assists us
  • dybuk: a negative soul that can harm us
  • Ways of drawing the support of an ibur
    • Energy trips to Israel to visit the righteous
    • Study
    • Serving a Master Kabbalist

 

Lesson 5: Inner Light and Surrounding Light

Highlights

  • Inner Light: the level of light we can handle based on our level of vessel and affinity with the Light
  • Surrounding Light: our potential
  • Constant growth
  • Desiring more
  • Three major aspects of expanding our vessel
    • Giving more
    • Strengthening our restriction
    • Certainty beyond logic
  • Pressure is caused by the Surrounding Light trying to enter our life
  • Being stuck with our Inner Light or pushing after our surrounding light
  • Windows In Time
    • The cycle of a day
      • Morning: a time for connection, using the Ana B’Koach and Zohar
      • Afternoon: a time of judgment
      • Midnight – Dawn: the greatest time of openings
    • Weekly Cycle: using Shabbat  (Friday evening through Saturday Evening) to access tremendous amounts of Light to learn more about Shabbat, read Yehuda Berg’s book, Kabbalah On The Sabbath
    • Monthly Cycle: The New Moon: planting a seed for the month based on the Kabbalistic Calendar that connects us with the positive aspects of each month
    • Holidays: support for the entire year, each holiday provides us with a unique technology to change our destiny

 

Lesson 6: Becoming A Channel

Highlights

  • Becoming a channel: transforming from ratzon (desire), a vessel with a bottom to a tzinor (pipe or channel), a vessel without a bottom
  • Our collective responsibility to make a difference
  • Consciousness is the main lack in the world
  • Undergoing tests is part of being a channel
  • Feeling others
  • Sharing the Light

Lesson 1: Affinity

Highlights

  • Dvekut: cleaving to or creating affinity with the Light
  • Real spiritual work: the relationship between us and the Creator
  • Ethics and morals: the relationship between us and society
  • Who are we comparing ourselves to? Comparing ourselves to the Light of the Creator
  • Cleaving is real freedom
  • Cleaving or ethical consciousness
  • Creating an environment of connection in centers and Study Groups
  • Addiction to  recognition and approval
  • Identifying our intention for our spiritual work
  • The main cause for pain is depending upon and needing others’ energy
  • Starting each day with an intention of getting closer to the Light
  • Recognizing opportunities that help us get closer to the Light

 

Lesson 2: The Four Phases Part 1

Highlights

  • The creation of the original Vessel
  • How to build a true desire
  • False desire and real desire, continuous desire versus temporary desire, needy desire versus true desire
  • The Light is an infinite source of sharing
  • The Vessel must undergo a process to create a real desire
  • The Light of Wisdom and the Light of Mercy: our goal is to receive both types of Light
  • Creating desire without going through chaos
  • The Four Phases
    1. A passive desire where the Vessel is created and filled with the Light
    2. The first awakening in the Vessel in the desire to give
    3. Light of Mercy is revealed in the Vessel- the Vessel feels the lack of what it had in the First Phase
    4. A true desire is created: the Vessel craves what it had in the First Phase
  • Identifying where we can have a stronger, purer desire
  • Identifying the Four Phases in our life
  • How do we build a true craving?

 

Lesson 3: The Four Phases Part 2

Highlights

  • Building a true desire for spiritual growth
  • Phase 1: the status quo, taking things for granted
  • Two ways of building desire: experiencing chaos or proactive change and transformation
  • Phase 2: emptying our vessel and pushing forward to feel a healthy lack
  • Phase 4: true desire
  • Times of Gadlut (greatness) and Katnut (smallness)
  • Reawakening areas of life where we have no energy
  • We constantly go through the Four Phases from status quo to true desire
  • Four Phases workshop- (use the handout provided below)
    • How strong is our desire?
    • In which areas of our life do we need to inject extra effort?
    • Going beyond the status quo: pushing in areas of life to awaken lack and true desire

 

Lesson 4: The Soul’s Journey

Highlights

  • The five parts of the soul
  • Nefesh corresponds to: Malchut, the desire to receive for the self alone, physical actions
  • Ruach corresponds to: Zeir Anpin, the pure intention of sharing, doing from awe, speech and words
  • Neshama corresponds to: Binah, being plugged in, doing from love, thoughts and consciousness
  • Chiya corresponds to: Chochmah, deep thoughts
  • Yechidah corresponds to: Keter, deep thoughts
  • Understanding death
  • Death of a righteous person
  • Heaven and hell
  • Burial helps the soul cleanse and elevate
  • An ibur: a positive soul that assists us
  • A dybuk: a negative soul that can harm us
  • Ways of drawing the support of an ibur
    • Energy trips to Israel to visit the righteous
    • Study
    • Serving a Master Kabbalist

 

Lesson 5: Inner Light and Surrounding Light

Highlights

  • Inner Light: the level of light we can handle based on our level of vessel and affinity with the Light
  • Surrounding Light: our potential
  • Constant growth
  • Desiring more
  • Three major aspects of expanding our vessel
    • Giving more
    • Strengthening our restriction
    • Certainty beyond logic
  • Pressure is caused by the Surrounding Light trying to enter our life
  • Being stuck with our Inner Light or pushing after our surrounding light
  • Windows In Time
    • The cycle of a day
      • Morning: a time for connection, using the Ana B’Koach and Zohar
      • Afternoon: a time of judgment
      • Midnight – Dawn: the greatest time of openings
    • Weekly Cycle: using Shabbat  (Friday evening through Saturday Evening) to access tremendous amounts of Light to learn more about Shabbat, read Yehuda Berg’s book, Kabbalah On The Sabbath
    • Monthly Cycle: The New Moon: planting a seed for the month based on the Kabbalistic Calendar that connects us with the positive aspects of each month
    • Holidays: support for the entire year, each holiday provides us with a unique technology to change our destiny

 

Lesson 6: Becoming A Channel

Highlights

  • Becoming a channel: transforming from ratzon (desire), a vessel with a bottom to a tzinor (pipe or channel), a vessel without a bottom
  • Our collective responsibility to make a difference
  • Consciousness is the main lack in the world
  • Undergoing tests is part of being a channel
  • Feeling others
  • Sharing the Light