Shavuot & kabalah- WHEN MOSHE RABENU RECEIVED THE LAWS IN HAR SINAI

Categories: kabbalah meditation
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Chag Sameach Shavuot for you!

Shalom Alechem! Greetings  from Rabbi Abraham Yaakov Shepherd at  Kever David in Jerusalem, Israel.

“If Israel had not accepted the Torah, heaven and earth would not have been created,” he lets your main effort, day and night, be in the Torah. And when you get tired of learning, take part in some occupation; and don’t make your occupation primary and your learning secondary. Learn what you need to know with these wisdom snacks about the event on Mount Sinai when the sacred law was delivered to this physical plane. Everyone has something to gain from these teachings, because the course was designed with people of all levels in mind. The more you take these meditations, practice them, and integrate them into your life, the more you will gain. If you do this, it will be a source of strength, happiness, joy and all the good things that you want to have in yourself. The more seriously you take it and set specific times in your day and week to meditate, the more you will benefit from it.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Learn everything you need to know about the Tikun of Shavuot and how to implement meditations in the event of giving the torah.

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Course Curriculum

Matan torah misinai / moshe receives energy and power from on high

  • Tikun- ¿Para qué nos preparamos?
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Purpose between nations

  • ¿ Why do we need the torah below?

Preparing the sacred wedding

  • Raising our souls this night.
  • Enjoy the night studying and connecting with your creator

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