January 19, 2019
What is LOVE?video

What is LOVE ?

In order to explain what love is, Kabbalists use the example of the love of fish. To love fish means to eat them, or in other words, I love to use them for my own personal benefit. To live as a fish means to be satisfied with what you have.
Sound of Silencevideo

Sound of Silence

In order to figure anything out, one must either start from the very beginning or the end – from the beginning of creation or from its final goal. After all, what’s in the middle belongs to our work, free choice. By analyzing the beginning and the end, we have to understand what we have to do in the middle.
What is Spirituality?video

What Is Spirituality and How Do I Attain It?

How can a person attain spirituality and what does it even mean to attain spirituality? People have lots of questions and are offered an even greater number of answers, because everyone has their own definitions of spirituality.
WE Risevideo

WE Rise

WE rise and WE enter a world that is already made. WE illuminate turn the night into day. WE feel the future state and it's great! Oh my my it was such a big change
Sex: The Secret Gate to Edenvideo

Sex: The Secret Gate to Eden

Discover the Alchemy, Tantra, and Kabbalah hidden in the Mysteries of Adam and Eve. Temptation. The serpent. The expulsion from Paradise. Archetypal stories that have moved millions of human beings: but who has understood their real meaning?
Depression Spreads Like Infectionvideo

The Cure For Depression Is A Connection With Other People

The modern person is sinking in loneliness, but society does not throw him a life-buoy. With the exception of Islam, the role of religion as a source of support is dwindling to nothingness.
The Last Generationvideo

Kabbalah And Religion

The Wisdom of Kabbalah predates Judaism, Christianity, Islam, all the Hindu beliefs as well as Eastern beliefs, and asserts that everything comes from Abraham. In 'The Last Generation', Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag (Baal HaSulam) wrote
Time Is The Subjective Feeling That Something Missing Will Come Later Onvideo

Time Is The Subjective Feeling That Something Missing Will Come Later On

Time is produced by one’s egoism. Time is the feeling of a deficit, of the difference between what exists and what will exist. However, if one perceives the future as something that has already been received, something that is already present, then he does not feel time – he does not have the sense that there is something missing today which will come in the future.
Angels and Demonsvideo

Angels, Demons, Spirits, Devils – Do they Exist?

Do demons and spirits exist in our world? The Kabbalists describe demons and spirits in their books, while using words, names and descriptions of our world. So how does Kabbalah define demons and spirits?
Critical Mass - Onenessvideo

Critical Mass – From Chaos to Harmony

Professor Ervin Laszlo was a Nobel Peace Prize nominee in 2004 and 2005. He is a doctor of philosophy at Sorbonne University, an honorary doctor at universities in the U.S., Canada, Finland and Hungary, a professor of philosophy, systems science and futurological research.

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