Shavuot is a Jewish agricultural festival (the wheat harvest) as well as a holiday celebrating the giving of the Torah to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. The mystical dimensions of Shavuot involve harnessing the deep powers of the human soul to reach one's true potential.
The holiday of Shavuot begins at sundown of the 5th of Sivan and lasting until nightfall of the 7th of Sivan (May 28–30, 2020). The mystical dimensions of Shavuot, as well as their real-life applications, are many. The Meaningful Life Center offers an archive of deep-yet-accessible lessons on the Kabbalistic aspects of Shavuot. Explore!
Part two of a discussion about cognitive processes, particularly the twofold approach for expanding one’s mind and tuning into the collective unconscious.Read More
Special pre-Shavuos class and Yizkor program and discover how this year, we have a unique and unprecedented opportunity to bring Sinai home and transform our lives like never before. In the moving Yizkor program learn how to connect to the eternal souls of your loved ones.Read More
The latest brutal murders of young innocent people in Manchester, England by Muslim terrorists bring back to the fore — in case the apathetic needed a reminder — that the ravaging turmoil that defines the Middle East literally from the dawn of history until this very day effects the whole world.Read More
The relevance of this narrative today is powerfully evident. We are witnessing today the struggle of nations stemming from Esau – the Roman/Christian/Western world, and Ishmael – the Arab/Muslim world, and their confrontations are deeply related to Israel and the Jews, children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This struggle can truly be understood only by retracing its roots.Read More