We all have secrets — the question is what you think is your deepest secret. What does it look like? Is it dark and shameful — the ugliest parts of your personality that only you know about, or is it something bright and beautiful?
If you feel that you lack self-respect, work on building up your personal dignity. Personal dignity is a state of being rather than an activity. Here’s a few ways to establish (or bring back) that state of being in your life.
Your birthright is a purposeful, healthy inner self. You have probably suffered traumas and been negatively effected by surroundings and events in your life — especially during childhood. But, underneath it all, your true self is healthy.
We think we are unbecoming because, when we were children, people told us we were ugly.`Even if our parents told us we were good-looking, our peers took care of making sure we knew it was a lie created by the self-esteem movement.
Join in a a sweeping and eye-opening workshop that takes us back to ruptures and upheavals that shook up the world two millennia ago, gleaning lessons from those events then, on how to build a more secure life and a more secure world.
What does it feel like to be honest with yourself, to get to know your own soul? In… Read more >
I watch your videos and read all your emails; thank you for these precious resources.
We desperately need a Meaningful Life Center here in Berlin, Germany! We have a couple of spiritual centers here but they are completely esoteric, and I find Rabbi Jacobson to be far more profound and very relevant. I really wish you could open a center here.