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Kabbalah and Education: A Kabbalistic Appro...

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Communication is the most essential tool of an educator's trade. Expertise in this area will enable him to serve his students most effectively. When he

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth Prayer has simple power. When we pray, we acknowledge our existential powerlessness, submitting our personal desires to the discretion

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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The relationship between student and teacher, if it is to be maximally productive, must reflect certain attitudes and commitments of each to the other. Specifically,

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth In addition to the three general principles discussed in the previous chapters  which govern an educator's approach to communication–that his

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth According to Hassidic teachings, the quality of recognition has three levels of depth:  the external and intellectual, which describes

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth Inspiration and integration parallel the two ideas which are juxtaposed inside the Hebrew word for "wisdom"–chochmah. When split in

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In the previous chapter, we learned of the importance of sincere communication, focused on the needs of the student. Another principle of communication that should

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This sixth skill of setting pace and priorities is related to the sefirah of yesod ("foundation"), which Kabbalah describes as a channel connecting the heavens with the earth, the

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In the Book of Psalms, King David teaches that, "The beginning of wisdom is the fear of God." From this verse–as well as other sayings

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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The two linguistic components of wisdom (choch-mah), which we analyzed above, appear together in the oft-quoted passage from the Book of Habakkuk describing the coming of the

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