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12 Step Meditative Program for Elul

A 12 Step Spiritual Program for the twelve days leading up to Rosh Hashanah.


Tikkun for our Subconscious: The Deeper Work of Elul

Tikkun for our Subconscious:

The Deeper Work in Elul

Rectifying our Subconscious

Through Creative Visualization

Rav DovBer Pinson

The oldest known Kabbalistic text — Sefer Yetzirah — teaches that the month of Elul is connected to the Hebrew letter Yud,


Counting of the Omer: Unifying Our Internal Reality

Kabbalistically, the Omer days are not merely an immaterial space that bridges Passover with Shavuot. The counting itself is seen as integral to the process of moving from liberation to revelation.


Awakening from Above: The Month of Nissan and Passover

Nisan is called the Month of Miracles. On Pesach, Hashem displays transcendental miracles, and descends, so to speak, to take us out of our lowliness and slavery.


Re-awakening Light: Month of Kislev and Chanukah

Chanukah is one of the most widely known and celebrated holidays of the year. It is festive, joyous, and family-oriented. It begins on the 24th of the Hebrew month of Kislev: a significant time of year—at least in the Northern …


Holy Pleasure: Tu B’Shevat and the Transformation of Eating

The Sefer Yetzirah, among other texts, reveals a constellation of unique energies, themes and spiritual practices for each month of the year. We will build on these teachings in order to discover some of the deeper meanings of the month of Shevat, and its special day, Tu b’Shevat.


Cycles of Freedom: Shemitta and Jubilee

Kabbalah teaches that there are fifty ‘gates’ or levels on our spiritual path, and the fiftieth gate is bina, absolute clarity and freedom. This teaching follows the pattern of the Torah law of Yovel, the Jubilee year, which occurs on the fiftieth year of a fifty-year cycle.