Soul Workout Short Clips
If You Want a Positive Life, Start With a Mission Statement
The foundation of a life based on your positive values starts with a personal mission statement.
The Hard Truth About Grudges
Learn about the mind-trick that might be holding you back from getting rid of your resentments — it’s the first step away from toxic feelings.
Wild Animals Teach Humans About Mutual Respect
Can natural predators teach humans anything about respect? Discover a key to being more respectful and tolerant — with a lesson from an unexpected source.
A Listening Technique to Resolve Emotional Conflict
The next time you get into a heated disagreement with someone you love, try this technique.
Humility is Not Self-hatred
Join best-selling author and counselor-to-thousands Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short discussion on the distinction between humility and self-hatred — discover what self-love really is.
If I Am Only for Myself, What Am I?
Rabbi Simon Jacobson discusses the famous quote, “If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what am I?” In this short video, you can discover the fundamental ideas behind true empathy while looking after your own needs.
How to Stay Young
A short talk on your natural, ingrained source of youthful energy. Everyone has it — you just have to access it!
The Spiritual Difference Between Bread and Matzah Told in Three Minutes
Bread and matzah (the unleavened bread eaten by Jews on the holiday of Passover) are both made from flour and water — so why are they so different?
Two Minutes of Kabbalah: Where Do Ideas Come From?
Kabbalah teaches much on this subject, and in this video Rabbi Jacobson explains the basic Kabbalistic concept in plain language that anyone of any background can understand.
How to Determine What Is Important to Do
Do you find yourself distracted from core tasks by less important activities? Are you looking for a simple time-management rule? Diminish time-clutter in your life with this one effective guideline.
Do Your Emotions Fool You?
Join renowned author and counselor Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short talk on the nature of the mind and emotions, and discover how your mind can be employed to guide your emotions.
You Can Suffer Without Becoming a Sufferer
Your past trauma or negative experiences do not define your future experiences — unless you let them. Suffering is a verb — not a noun. It takes work, but you can go through negative experiences without internalizing them.