1 hr 44 min

When I Challenge My Restrictive Belief Systems, There Are Ripple Effects In the World All Classes

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TheYeshiva: This is the first of a series of text-based classeson a Chassidic discourse, B’chal Dor V’dor Chayav Adam, presented by the Lubavitcher Rebbe on 11 Nissan, 5734, April 3, 1974. This class waspresented on Monday, Parshas Tazria, 29Adar lI, 5784, April 8, 2024, at Bais Medrash Ohr Chaim in Monsey, NY. The first class explores four dimensions of the Egyptian Exodus: the first time it happened, the annual anniversary commemoration, the daily experience, and finally how it will be remembered after the coming of Moshiach. The name for Egypt, Mitzrayim, means confinements and restrictions. It begins with the onset of the first “tzimtzum,” the empty space carved as a prerequisite for existence in which we can experience a self, outside of Divine infinite oneness. The tzimtzum is the moment when G-d conceals His infinite presence, allowing for the existence of the “other,” and it is the genesis of all limits and confinements, the belief that I am finite and alone. Yet the purpose of it is for us to ultimately discover that the limits themselves were carved by G-d, and constitute your gateway to your ultimate growth.

TheYeshiva: This is the first of a series of text-based classeson a Chassidic discourse, B’chal Dor V’dor Chayav Adam, presented by the Lubavitcher Rebbe on 11 Nissan, 5734, April 3, 1974. This class waspresented on Monday, Parshas Tazria, 29Adar lI, 5784, April 8, 2024, at Bais Medrash Ohr Chaim in Monsey, NY. The first class explores four dimensions of the Egyptian Exodus: the first time it happened, the annual anniversary commemoration, the daily experience, and finally how it will be remembered after the coming of Moshiach. The name for Egypt, Mitzrayim, means confinements and restrictions. It begins with the onset of the first “tzimtzum,” the empty space carved as a prerequisite for existence in which we can experience a self, outside of Divine infinite oneness. The tzimtzum is the moment when G-d conceals His infinite presence, allowing for the existence of the “other,” and it is the genesis of all limits and confinements, the belief that I am finite and alone. Yet the purpose of it is for us to ultimately discover that the limits themselves were carved by G-d, and constitute your gateway to your ultimate growth.

1 hr 44 min

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