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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth In the previous chapter, we discussed the skill of getting to know the student's inner and outer realities. This

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth The sages explain that whenever the Torah requires us to "enter" something new–whether it be a new land or

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As we are looking at education through the lens of Kabbalah, we must begin by defining education in Kabbalistic terms. Kabbalah considers Hebrew the language

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I n the previous chapter, we learned through the story of the Tzemach Tzedek on how we must relate to every imperfection we see outside ourselves

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  Another metaphor which parallels the relationship of initiation/inspiration and integration is that of planting a tree and then nurturing it to fruition. This fits

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth The task of "pursuing peace" is, in some ways, the most essential of all the educator's analytical tasks. Therefore,

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A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth The property of the soul which serves as an antidote for the problems of the ego that block effective

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Effective communication is the primary skill of an educator. It is the critical ingredient which determines whether a particular encounter will have a positive or

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  The basic model of chinuch as initiation/inspiration and hadrachah as integration applies on many levels. The interrelationship of these two phases of education is apparent in all areas

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The Torah hints at two forms of communication with God–meditation and prayer–in relating how Jacob blessed his son Joseph: "I have taken this city (Shechem)

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