Soul Vitamins: 3-Minute Videos
Why New Year Resolutions Don’t Stick
Theme: Build the Life You Want
Rabbi Jacobson discusses New Year’s resolutions, and why they probably won’t stick.
Body Care vs. Soul Care Basics In Three Minutes
Theme: Spiritual Wellness
Do you know the difference between taking care of your body and taking care of your soul? Have you ever stopped to compare the things you do in your daily routine that maintain the wellness of your body, versus the things you do for soul wellness?
Are You Defined By Your Externals?
Theme: Personality Types
How much can we tell about a person from their external behavior? Can your outer personality be misleading to yourself and to others?
Psychological Damage from Trauma and Why You Can Get Over It
Theme: The Dark Side
No matter what type of trauma you have endured your soul has extraordinary resilience and powerful resources to help you rebuild yourself.
Vanity = Arrogance = Fire
Theme: The Kabbalah of Fire
Watch three minutes of Kabbalah to help you cool the fire of vanity, arrogance, and anger.
The Hard Truth About Adulthood
As adults we learn how to cover up our emotional immaturity, but it becomes obvious in relationships and during conflict. In this video, join best-selling author Rabbi Simon Jacobson for straight-talk about maturity.
Real Success Isn’t About You
When you shift your focus from self to others, you can bypass your mental blocks and surpass your goals.
The Universal Message of Chanukah in Four Minutes
Chanukah is a universal story of moral and spiritual victory, reflected by light prevailing over darkness. Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this quick video on the global meaning of Chanukah.
Habit Is Why It Is Hard to Move On From the Past | There Is Hope
Theme: You Cannot Turn Back the Clock
Rabbi Simon Jacobson dissects the anatomy of habits. Citing “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg learn how habits are acquired over time, and what you must do to override these habits in order to overcome your past and move forward.
Massacre in Pittsburgh: How to Respond In a Healthy Way
Theme: Responding to Tragedy
Join counselor to thousands Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short discussion about how best to to respond to violent acts of hatred.
Personal Choices for a More Moral World
Theme: Moral Choices
Even one positive act creates a “butterfly” effect that ripples across the world. Do whatever you can to impact your sphere of influence.
Children Are Not Born Arrogant
Arrogance is an acquired trait — one that impressionable children often pick up from their parents and adults around them, as well as from friends and other societal influences.