Message for the New Year of 5772 from Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits. Recorded on the first day of Selichot (Parashat Haazinu) 5771. Visit the site: www.portaisdacabala.com.br www.avrahamchachamovits.mus.br/DefaultIG.asp
This end portion of the lecture on Gemini was inadvertently not included with the rest of the lecture when it was first uploaded. This part of the lecture discusses the Gemini Child and Boss. This series on Astrology from the Jewish perspective is geared towards self-improvement. In this series Rabbi Kin does not cover the Astrology that relates to one's destiny or Mazal. Rather these lectures discuss the Astrology that deals with character and personality, and focuses on the strengths and weak...
Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits is a foremost disseminator of Torah mysticism in South America - with hundreds of works - books - audio and video shiurim - classes - He idealized and directs the Beit Arizal - the first and only authentic kosher Jewish Mystical School kollel in Brazil - His Torah is very intense - focused on tikun hamidot - Rabbi Avraham does not subscribe at all to the more popular philosophical Kabbalah being taught everywhere by many rabbis - His path is of righteousness and kosher...
This is the 7th part ( of 10) of an audio lecture presented by Mrs. Lori Palatnik through Aishaudio.com . You can watch the lecture as a whole on our play list for it. Mrs. Palatnik is a vivacious and interesting lecturer.
The ofstrofser amazing calculation how the malachim wash three revios and that served six hundred thousand people for forty years in the midbar. to keep a cheshbin you have to use a calculator and stop the video as you go.
Rabbi Naftali Citron, Spiritual Leader of the Carlebach Shul, speaks about the nature of the Zohar as a commentary on the Bible that teaches biblical stories as instances of connection with the divine. For more information, visit www.jinsider.com.
This Aramaic prayer is taken from a passage in the Zohar. It's recited prior to the removal of the Torah scroll from the Holy Ark. I learned this tune from Rabbi Mordechai Twerski, the Hornosteipeler Rebbe, formerly of Denver.