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HaRav Yitzchak Ginsburgh - Gal Enai Institute
The Nothingness - Light - and The Name of zour Souls
The Torah describes four all-inclusive sins, the third of which, the Golden Calf appears in our parshah. Each all-inclusive sin originates from a different problem in the psyche. Also, why do Jews give charity in multiples of 18 and what impact does this have on our psyche.
The Nothingness, Light and Name of Our Souls
Raving Miracles Ginsburgh Experiencing Miracles
This short video presentation explains how the six continuous commandments in the Torah can be meditated upon as constructing a Divine sanctuary around us, connecting us continuously with the Almighty - The meditation described here is the basis for Harav Ginsburgh's full-length book
Rav Yitzchak Ginsburgh shows us the concept of love numbers, also recognized as Fibonacci numbers, through this weeks parsha -Gal Einai Institute - Fibonacci Numbers - Love Numbers
Rav Yitzchak Ginsburgh teaches us how our giving of Torah transforms introversion into extroversion.
-- Closed Captioned -- Based on the wording describing the splitting of the Red Sea, the sages learn that all the waters on the earth split, not just the Red Sea. The Torah, teshuvah (return to God), and the Almighty Himself are likened to war, suggesting that they too experienced a type of split. Harav Ginsburgh explains the meaning of the split in the spiritual realm.
Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh sings 'Libi uvsori' on Simchas Beis Shoeva 18 tishery 5771 in Yitzhar
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