Soul Vitamins: 3-Minute Videos
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.
Stability Equals Inner Security
To be secure, you need to push yourself from a solid foundation.
Your Inner Pilot Flame
Theme: Who You Are When No One Is Looking
What is the driving force inside you? Is it Freud’s Id, or is there something more? According to the 4000-year-old tradition of Kabbalah, the human being is fundamentally a good and Divine creature — and it’s not the Id that drives you, but the soul.
A Blessing from Simon Jacobson for Renewal
Drawing from extensive knowledge of the 4000-year-old tradition of Kabbalah, Rabbi Jacobson identifies where change starts and offers hope and strength for your journey both inside yourself and out in the world.
Who You Are Should Define What You Do
Rabbi Simon Jacobson talks about discovering your true identity. Learn the difference between form and function, means and ends, and how to strengthen your character and assert who you are — your true inner self.
Why Giving Away Money Is Difficult
Money is called “soul-energy” and you can learn to harness that energy in your life.
Giving Unconditional Love
Rabbi Simon Jacobson gives a three-minute talk on the spiritual nature of unconditional love, and what it takes to give it.
Should You Retire?
With a touch of humor, this short talk by best-selling author and counselor-to-thousands Rabbi Simon Jacobson, cuts to the core of why retirement might look attractive, but isn’t always the healthiest choice. You never retire from life. Your whole life is valuable — from birth to old age.
Why You Should Never Say, “Why Me?”
“Why me?” lands people in a downward spiral of negativity. Learn productive alternatives that allow you to turn your bad experiences and pain into powerful, life-transforming changes.