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The purpose of learning the Kabbalah is for us to become closer to the Creator. So Yedidah Cohen takes a text from the Kabbalah as taught by Rabbi Ashlag, explains it in its own terms, and then considers how we can apply it.
The talks address: concepts in the study of the Kabbalah, its application to the cycle of the Jewish Year, and applying its teachings in our everyday life.
Yedidah Cohen is a translator of the works of Rabbi Ashlag, and a long-time facilitator of study groups on this material .

Nehora School presents the Kabbalah of Rabbi Ashlag Yedidah Cohen

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The purpose of learning the Kabbalah is for us to become closer to the Creator. So Yedidah Cohen takes a text from the Kabbalah as taught by Rabbi Ashlag, explains it in its own terms, and then considers how we can apply it.
The talks address: concepts in the study of the Kabbalah, its application to the cycle of the Jewish Year, and applying its teachings in our everyday life.
Yedidah Cohen is a translator of the works of Rabbi Ashlag, and a long-time facilitator of study groups on this material .

    Actions and words in this world cause a corresponding action or word in the Spiritual Worlds

    Actions and words in this world cause a corresponding action or word in the Spiritual Worlds

    The Zohar teaches us that when we act in holiness, that is in giving unconditionally, we cause blessing and holiness to flow back to us. With the actions we do with the lulav and etrog we cause the seven Sephirot of Chesed, Gevurah, Tiferet, Netzach, Hod, Yesod, and Malchut to bring blessings of love and compassion from the higher Sephirah of Binah to all the world.

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    What does the prayer “Write me in the book of life” really mean for me?

    What does the prayer “Write me in the book of life” really mean for me?

    Can we say the prayer “ write us in the book of life” wholeheartedly? Most of us would simply say yes. But Rabbi Ashlag finds that this is not such a simple prayer as it seems on the surface. Life, does not refer to just physical life but actually means loving unconditionally and wishing to do good unconditionally. Which part of ourselves can sign up to that wholeheartedly, and what holds us back? The work of Elul for the High Holidays.

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    Redemption: the Essence of Shavuot.

    Redemption: the Essence of Shavuot.

    Shavuot, the festival of the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, shares the same essence as that of the day of the final redemption, when all the tikkun of Creation will be complete, and the “Earth will be filled with the knowledge of God as the water covers the sea.” What are the elements that demonstrate this, and what is our role in bringing this great day nearer? A talk from the Zohar and the commentary of Rabbi Ashlag.

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    The Name of God on Seder Night

    The Name of God on Seder Night

    As we move through Seder night, we drink the four cups of wine and we relate to the elements on the Seder plate, we are not usually cognizant of the fact that both these central components of Seder night, actually represent the four-letter Name of God, YHVH Pharaoh said, “Who is YHVH that I should […]

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    All the People Saw the Voices

    All the People Saw the Voices

    In these weeks we read the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai in the weekly parasha. All the root souls of the children of Israel were there. This moment of being in God’s presence, of hearing his voice indelibly changed us, both as individuals and as a people, and through us the world.

    What was this experience like? What did we, who were there, feel? How did we experience God’s voice? The Torah tells us the facts: and indeed they are dramatic, but to get inside the experience we need to go to the Zohar the central text of the Kabbalah. This podcast opens up that inner experience that still resonates on.

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    The Fruit of Holiness

    The Fruit of Holiness

    Why is Tu B’shvat the New Year for trees? What does this mean for us as human beings? In which ways are the human and the tree similar? What are our fruits of holiness that are equivalent to the fruit given to us by the tree? These and other questions are addressed by Rabbi Baruch Shalom Ashlag in a remarkable letter he wrote to his students on Tu B'shvat 1957.

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