In this eye-opening video, Rabbi Lazer Brody explains the secret behind the Lubavitcher Rebbe's project of encouraging every Jewish man in the world to put on tefillin, beginning in May of 1967. This literally paved the spiritual way for Israel's miraculous victory in June of 1967, when the threat of her hostile neighbors seemed insurmountable. Tefillin is closely related to Chakra and Aura, a fact that has been scientifically proven. We also learn here the secret of Divine illumination.
Real courage means standing on your own to do what's right, no matter what anyone else says to the contrary. This brief but very cogent prayer, composed by Rabbi Lazer Brody, is a request for the fortitude to do just that.
All of creation - mineral, plant, and animal - sings constant praise of The Almighty. Here is an exquisite glimpse of how one creation sings of His glory. Filmed at Great Falls of the Potomac River, as seen from the Maryland side.
Is the Divine Aura for real? It sure is, for scientists have not only proven the presence of the aura, but have even photographed it. Rabbi Lazer Brody tells all about the Divine Aura, including an amazing true story about Rabbi Chaim ben Attar, the holy
Since the vastness of the desert teaches us our insignificance, it is consequently conducive to humility. But, even something so simple and humble as a Bedoiun flute - a reed with six holes - can play sweet music when used properly.
One of Rebbe Nachman's most important, yet profoundly simple teachings is the key to emuna, to life itself, and to happiness: since everything comes from Hashem, everything is certainly for the best. The original words in Hebrew are: Me'achar vehakol me'Ito Yitbarach, Bevadai Shehakol Letova. A new song by Menachem Herman...
Rabbi Lazer Brody takes us to the Lower Galilee in the vicinity of the Arab village Ilaboun to visit the holy gravesite of Rebbe Mattia ben Charash, where we learn about the importance of personal holiness and guarding our eyes
Rabbi Lazer Brody not only answers why Moshiach isn't here yet, but tells us how to unlock the gates of prayer. This clip is an excerpt from an evening of emuna and inspiration with Jewish music's sweet singer, Shlomo Katz
Rabbi Lazer Brody tells the story of Pentakika from Tractate Taanit of the Yerushalmi Gemara. Pentakika seemed to be the lowest Jew on the social ladder, for he was the caretaker of a brothel. Yet, his prayers were more powerful than those of the generation's greatest rabbis... the moral - never look down at another human being, no matter how insignificant he may seem. He could be a hidden tzaddik...
Shlomo Katz, himself a Cohen of the priestly tribe, sings a moving original melody based on the Yom Kippur liturgy that describes how the People of Israel in the courtyard of our Holy Temple in Jerusalem fall on their faces and prostrate themselves when they hear the High Priest call out the Ineffable Name Yud-kay-Vav-kay once a year on Yom Kippur.
The Cherokee Nation has its roots in the ten lost tribes of Israel. The lovely native American melodies are therefore strikingly similar to the ancient Hebrew shepherds' flute, conveying a yearning to commune with God, as we see in this sea-side meditation based on the prayer "Nishmat" coupled with a Hebrew Tai-Chi style meditative exercise
Rabbi Lazer Brody dedicates his weekly Torah lesson to the sacred memory of one of this generation's Giants of Judaism, his Rosh Yeshiva from Aish Hatorah and a world leader in Jewish Outreach, Rabbi Noah Weinberg, of saintly and blessed memory
Rabbi Lazer Brody takes us to the Upper Galilee, a few hundred meters from the Lebanon border, to the holy gravesite of Deborah the Prophetess, the same week that her holy song is recited all over the world.
Join Rav Lazer Brody in a reed patch in the south of Israel on the banks of the midsummer-dry Lachish River to gain more of an insight about Hashem's world and yourself. There's no such thing as despair, for Hashem is always there...
A tour of ancient Ashdod, first built by the Philistines, then captured and rebuilt by King Uziahu, subsequently conquered by the Romans and later the site of a Byzantine fortress. This little-known gem of history and archeology is additional testimony to our ancient roots in the Holy Land of Israel.