Jewish Meditation

Introduction to Jewish Meditation – P...

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Emotions of the Heart and Days of Creation In Kabbalah, the six sides of the cube correspond to the six emotions of the heart. The

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The Six Cities of Refuge To review: The six constant mitzvot of the heart include: 1.  To believe in the existence and providence of God. 2.  Not

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The Duties of the Heart The meditation herein presented is a truly basic one in Jewish spiritual life. As we will see, it embodies many

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To Know God in Humility Ultimately, a Jew meditates for God so desires. The Torah states, "You shall know this day and take to heart

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The Soul and Reality The mind is the interface between the soul and reality. We are constantly being bombarded with stimuli and sensations from the

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On the title page of his "Treatise on Meditation," Rabbi Dovber of Lubavitch inscribed the verse from Psalms, "With all my heart, I seek You."

Introduction to Jewish Meditation

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Part 1: With All My Heart I Seek You Part 2: The Soul and Reality Part 3: To know God in Humility Part 4: The

Part 1: Introduction Three Levels of Medita...

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In a public address in Tamuz 5739 (the summer of 1979), the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, discussed the need to develop a form of

Meditation on Shabbat: Meditate on the Divi...

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The Shabbat–a day of peace, blessing and pleasure– is the soul-mate of the Jewish People. The essential experience of Shabbat, the experience of God's light

Meditation on God's Name

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God's Essential Name–the Four-Letter Name–Havayah God's Essential Name Havayah is spelled in Hebrew: yud-kei-vav-kei. According to the Jewish law, we are forbidden to pronounce the Name Havayah as it is written.

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