Acknowledge Your Soul: Daily Spiritual Antidote #1

To Counter the Negative Impact of the Coronavirus, Rabbi Simon Jacobson Begins a New Daily Podcast: Your Daily Spiritual Antidote.

Every illness has to be fought on two fronts: 1) To protect our physical health, and the health of our families and all those around us, by strictly abiding the instructions of medical professionals, 2) To reinforce and build up our spiritual resources, our resolve, our hope and trust, our love and inner values.

This is the purpose of Your Daily Spiritual Antidote; 3-minute video, with an insight and exercise how to fortify and nourish you soul and its boundless resources. This will help you and your family find inner calm and balance, to alleviate some of the strain and pressure we are all experiencing these days. It will help you rise to the occasion and let your soul shine forth in the best and most beautiful way it can. It will also provide perspective and allow you to make clearer decisions as we face the many unknowns.

These daily videos will help build up our inner and intimate lives – our love and connection with our families and loved ones, our inner fortitude and values system, and to remind each other what it is we stand for and are ready to fight for. Despite the darkness around us, now more than ever, we embrace being agents of light, particularly when the light is so drastically needed. So while we may need to be socially distant for the time being, we must become soulfully closer than ever.

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Live with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
When Your Reality Doesn’t Feel Real
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 @8:30pm
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Nina Korican
4 years ago

Thank you for this reminder. I would suggest not having the music in the future. Or making it less loud. Blessings for health and peace

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