All posts by Imry GalEinai

God’s Holy Game

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

When the mind is too tired to study a Torah text in depth, that’s the time to count its letters. God created mathematics for relaxation.

Seeing God Everywhere

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

The essence of Jewish meditation is the concentrated effort of the soul to search for and find God in every experience of our lives. Every

Sukot and Charity

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“All of Israel can sit in one sukah.” All sukahs are connected. Each sukah is a cell, the cells unite to become one living, joyful

Counting the Days

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Jews like to count, from money to days to letters of Torah and their gematria. Counting keeps us sane. But choose what counts most for

Seeing Beauty, Hearing Truth

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In this world we can reach deeper into the soul by hearing than by seeing. But good sight is also important. We see beauty and

God is All, All is God

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Extroverted light covers introverted light as a body covers a soul. But introverted light eventually becomes extroverted, and vice-versa. Soul will become body and body

Sukot and the Four Stages of Joy

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

Sukot is “the time of our joy” – our joy in God and God’s joy in us. God loves all of His creation but He

Sukot and Faith

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

When preparing a mitzvah, e.g., building a sukah, we bless God in our heart. When performing the mitzvah, we bless God with our mouth. Sitting

Yom Kippur Blessing, 5771

Feb 23, 2011No Comments

Yom Kippur is taking a day off from this world and its indulgences in order to visit another world, a world of peace and beauty

Submission, Separation and Sweetening

Feb 23, 2011No Comments

The Baal Shem Tov taught that all spiritual service entails three developmental stages of consciousness: submission, separation, sweetening. “Submission” means submission of the ego by

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