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Free Interactive Video Kabbalah Courses Starting September 4

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Part One of our free online interactive courses explains the key to this long hidden wisdom, and provides a firm basis in the Fundamentals of Kabbalah revealing its methodology making clear its true purpose and use. Those who are interested can then move to Intermediate study (semester 2) after which they can join classes taught by Rav Michael Laitman, PhD.

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VIDEO: Adjusting Our Attitude


Adjusting our attitude with the attitude constantly coming at us from the outside is the work in equalizing ourselves with nature. 01:20

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Oregon State University Philosophy Course Incorporates “Kabbalah Revealed” Book

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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY: Rav Michael Laitman’s book Kabbalah Revealed: The Ordinary Person’s Guide to a More Peaceful Life has been adapted by Prof. Monica Brodnicka for the fall course “Great Ideas in Philosophy” at Oregon State University.

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Kabbalah Revealed: The Ordinary Person’s Guide to a More Peaceful Life

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The Thought is the Intention: Tips for Maintaining a Correct Intention

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The Thought is the Intention

In the science of Kabbalah the thought is the intention. In a regular life thought belongs to the considerations made by the desire to receive in order to receive. A thought is that which you want to do with your desire. The activation of the desire according to an egoistic or altruistic plan, no matter which, is called “thought.” A thought that is clarified regarding its source, meaning for whom is it intended—you or the Creator—is called intention. The intention we are studying cannot be like every other intention of our world. Intention is a thought analyzed in the spiritual work.

The hardest part is to maintain the intention. That is what requires the most effort. It is hidden and not felt. It doesn’t express itself in any way and great efforts are needed to hold on to it. It is always necessary to check and to find out that it is still there. The recognition of evil relates to focusing our intention, as expressed in “get away from evil and do good” (Psalms, 34:15). All is in relation to the intention.

We have to constantly awaken the importance of the intention over all the other activities and inner processes. We have to identify with and connect to the intention, not the action, matter, or anything else. This shows that a person is in the spiritual in his or her work, and is on the path.

Since these are concealed issues, you can tell jokes or perform all sorts of strange actions, and no one will know what is really happening within you. On the contrary, this is a wonderful remedy: The more distant you are from the external action and speech, the better you will be able to keep the intention, stay more focused on it and thereby be charged with a high voltage. A wonderful remedy, a method for self-preservation, as well as other benefits, is hidden here. But this is hard work. more…

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All are One and One is All

All are One and One is All
All are One and One is All

Article in Kabbalah Today Issue 6

The way we perceive reality dictates all that we experience in life. So how do we know that we are not missing something that could have made our experience in this world a whole lot better? more…

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