100 episodes

Emuna and body-soul harmony with author, spiritual guide and health coach Rabbi Lazer Brody

Emuna Beams Lazer Brody

    • Judaism

Emuna and body-soul harmony with author, spiritual guide and health coach Rabbi Lazer Brody

    • video
    The Bond of Abundance

    The Bond of Abundance

    A realtor can work 200 hours and show 60 houses in a month and not sell a single one. On the other hand, his colleague works part-time as a realtor for an hour or two every evening. The colleague's wife was having a baby so he couldn't work much that month. His evenings were devoted to caring for his children. He showed one house that month and sold it. The commission he earned was sufficient for the entire month. Spiritually, what's going on?

    • 50 min
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    Educating Our Children: Parshas Bo

    Educating Our Children: Parshas Bo

    In two words, the Torah tells a parent how to educate and raise emotionally-healthy children. The converse of these same two words shows what a parent should avoid doing.

    • 5 min
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    5-Minute Warmup for Walking

    5-Minute Warmup for Walking

    Walking is the king of exercises for all ages. For walking to safest and most beneficial, we need a proper warmup. Warmups are not only vital for strenuous workouts like sprinting or weightlifting. Without a warmup, muscles are cold, tight and prone to strains, pains and pulls. So, for your walk to be healthy and pleasurable, follow this 5-minute, 5-step stretching warmup. 

    • 7 min
    Song of the Eagle

    Song of the Eagle

    Music for me is a form of prayer. Where the words end, a melody from deep down begins. This is the song of the soul. The Land of Israel countryside, flaura and fauna inspire my flute. This particular melody describes an eagle who circled over my head during a personal prayer session in the Negev Desert. Enjoy and feel free to download it, no charge, compliments of Emuna Beams.

    • 8 min
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    Cord of 3 Strands

    Cord of 3 Strands

    The Cord of Three Strands symbolizes the bond of emuna, the marriage that's built on the deep and durable foundations of emuna. The triple-stranded cord represents the Creator, the groom, and the bride. Together, intertwined, they form a braid that symbolizes the fusion of one man, one woman, and the Almighty in the marriage. This is the lasting bond...

    • 47 min
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    Talk to a Stick: Parshas Va’era

    Talk to a Stick: Parshas Va’era

    Both Moses and the Egyptian sorcerers had sticks that turned into snakes. But, there was a big difference. They threw their sticks on the floor. Moses simply spoke to his stick. What do we learn from this?

    • 5 min

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