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Shiurim and Divrei Chizzuk from our Mashpia Rav Burg and other inspirational speakers to light up our soul.

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    • 4.8 • 19 Ratings

Shiurim and Divrei Chizzuk from our Mashpia Rav Burg and other inspirational speakers to light up our soul.

    Pesach - Collecting the Sparks

    Pesach - Collecting the Sparks

    In this shiur, delivered in Ba'er Miriam (over Bein HaZmanim), Rav Burg explains the inner nature of the rechush gadol (great wealth) that Avraham Avinu was promised during the Bris Bein Habesarim. Why do we care about wealth? Why is it stressed over and over again in the story of Yetzias Mitzrayim? We are sent down into this world to collect the 288 sparks that fell down into this world from the Olam HaTohu. When we use this world to serve Hashem we collect the remaining sparks and finish leaving Mitzrayim.

    • 48 min
    Pesach - An IFS Approach to the Four Sons

    Pesach - An IFS Approach to the Four Sons

    In this shiur, delivered in the Lubat home in Neve Shamir, Rav Burg explains why the Baal Haggadah counted each son with the number one (as Moshe Rabbeinu did). IFS sees a person as a self and parts. Only when we unblend self from parts can parts leave their exiles and become integrated (self led) with the self.

    • 48 min
    Shemini - Humbly Creating Space For Hashem

    Shemini - Humbly Creating Space For Hashem

    In this shiur, delivered in Sharfmans, Rav Burg explains (based on a piece from Rav Ahron Lopiansky shlit"a) why Ahron HaKohen was afraid to draw close to the Mizbeach and why Moshe told him to "stop" being afraid. It was specifically Ahron, who did not try and "control" Hashem but rather stepped back with humility, that made him the perfect person to invite Hashem to dwell in the Mishkan.

    • 31 min
    Shemini - Living in the Present

    Shemini - Living in the Present

    In this shiur, delivered in Ba'er Miriam, Rav Burg explains the connection between Nadav and Avihu being intoxicated and bringing an Eish Zara, a strange fire. Only when we accept the present moment as it is, without seeking to diminish or enhance it to avoid our own discomfort, can we truly be connected to reality. For this reason Ahron chose stillness as a response to thd death of his sons and as a reward he was able to engage directly with Hashem.

    • 32 min
    Shemini - Jealousy, Resentment, Story Telling and Fear

    Shemini - Jealousy, Resentment, Story Telling and Fear

    In this shiur, delivered in Tomer Devorah, Rav Burg explains the inner connection between the inauguration of the Mishkan, the Cheit HaEigel and the selling of Yosef down to Mitzrayim. The fear of losing their relationship with their father caused the Shevatim to tell themselves to tell a story about Yosef that led to their own resentment. This resentment led to the jealousy that ultimately resulted in Yosef's sale. This story was passed down for generations and ultimately led to the Cheit HaEigel. In order to inaugurate the Mishkan, Klal Yisrael needed to get to the root of their disunity and rectify the sale of Yosef.

    • 41 min
    Defining Dignity

    Defining Dignity

    In this shiur (plus questions and answers), Rav and Rebbetzin Burg explain the nature of dignity and how we can lead more dignified lives.

    • 57 min

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