Kabbalah is the soul of Torah. Kabbalah is the study of the soul: The human soul, and the soul of Torah, and the soul of everything in the material world.
“There are many layers to reality. The material world experience as we know it is just the surface level, within which exist many dimensions of spiritual energy waiting to be released. By appreciating these inner layers, we can learn to make order out of disorder, to gain insight into the unknown forces that determine all movement and behavior.” — From Toward a Meaningful Life by Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Your Soul Map: The Tree of Life
Kabbalah: Uniting Heaven and Earth
What is a Soul?
Have you ever burst into tears for no apparent reason? That is the soft voice of your soul, crying out for attention, asking to be nourished.Read More
Three Weeks of Pain, Seven of Comfort, & Two of Return
Cracks in our systems shake us up; but a crack also exposes what lies within. We can be demoralized by the cracks or we can attempt to look between the cracks and see an emerging larger picture.Read More
The Kabbalah of Psychology: The Study of the Soul
Psychology – the study of the soul – is not a modern phenomenon. It is an inherent part of the human condition. As long as human beings have been in existence, we have been seeking and struggling to understand what makes us tick.Read More
2020: A Vision for Tomorrow
What will the next decade bring? How will our future look? Are we entering a new world order? Can we identify signs and patterns that help us forecast the world of tomorrow? What methods can we employ to help us navigate the terrain of the coming years.Read More
Kabbalah: Uniting Heaven & Earth
The Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), and specifically the branch known as Chassidus, addresses the “cosmic order,” which unites spirit and matter. This is an excerpt from “Toward a Meaningful Life”.Read More
What Is Kabbalah?
Kabbalah is the study of the soul: The human soul, and the soul of Torah, and the soul of everything in the material world. Find out what is Kabbalah and Kabbalism from a renowned Chassidic master teacher, Rabbi Simon Jacobson.Read More
Kabbalah: The Inner Journey
Kabbalah is a word in Hebrew that means literally, “reception,” to receive. This refers to the reception of student from teacher in a long, unbroken chain of esoteric teachings of Jewish mysticism, the most classical text of Kabbalah known to most people being the Zohar, authored by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai who lived approximately 2,000 years ago.Read More
Your Seven Emotions
In the Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, there is a map of the emotions. It’s a map that divides the emotions into seven categories, seven particular attributes and faculties.Read More
Kabbalah of Chanukah
Each of the seven candles represents one of the emotional characteristics listed in the Zohar (the main book of the Kabbalah).Read More
What Kabbalah Teaches Us About Manifestation
When important opportunities and healthy love can we be missing out on because we don’t know how to fully manifest and engage? How can we improve our being present?Read More