Hod shebe Yesod Rabbanit Iris Odani Elyashiv

Our facilitator this week is Rabbanit Iris Odani Elyashiv

Rabbanit Elyashiv’s first shiurim were on Parshat HaShavua (The Torah portion of the week)). Her method of teaching is known as The Pardes, an approach to Torah study with emphasis in textual analysis. Her lectures are intellectually challenging, inspiring, stimulating and exciting. Many of her students- the ones present at her lectures and the ones watching online at TorahAnytime.com- are constantly growing through her spiritual guidance and leadership ,and have found fulfillment in a Torah lifestyle.

The Rabbanit is currently teaching The Sefer (book) Tomer Dvorah, authored by The Ramak: Rabbi Moshe Cordovero , Zt''l, Zy''a. This Sefer is known to be a Segula for the prevention and cure of this generation’s dreaded disease. It is also considered the Shulchan Aruch of Tikun Hamidot, (the development and improvement of our moral character, personality, and temperament). Her goal is to teach and help everyone reach their potential in the perfection of their midot, thus, living a Torah-filled life, experience true happiness, and sincerely love and respect one another. This way we can hasten the coming of Moshiach, speedily in our days, Amen! Find out more at http://rabbanitiris.com/about-us/

We are soon going to finish the final days of Yesod week. These next few days are the end of the world of doing.

Next week Malchus week is the beginning of “being” our new selves.

It says in Chazal “everything goes after the final stage”.

Try to make the next few day more conscious and more aware and more sincere and you will complete Part Two of the Omer with a big impact. ( See previous email here regarding the stages o fthe omer.)

How we are going to act in the next few days will have a great impact on our life and on our year.

Try to make it a little better and a little different.

More information about Rabbi Nivin - In response to your inquiries

Rabbi Aryeh Nivin’s Chaburas offer personal development programs for men and women on a variety of topics. A new Chabura will be forming right after Shavuos on the topic of Yeud Marriage Coach Training.

Rabbi Cable gave this shiur on Yesod week to his Ale Shur women's chabura. His images and descriptions concretize understanding of foundation, bonding and our role. Enjoy by clicking here

Excerpt from Sparks from Berditchov - an Inspirational Guide to Avodas Hashem by Yaakov Klein

The Gunpowder of the Soul: In our journey toward closeness with the Master of the world, one of the keys to begin truly feeling the truth and fire of Yiddishkeit is to infuse all areas of avodas Hashem with tremendous passion and longing. "Fake it till you make it" might be a good way to get started, but quite soon something will begin to change inside our hearts and souls. Slowly, the light of the Torah will begin to penetrate the shadowy depths of our being, drawing us from the darkness of indifference into the reat light of inspired feeling..

Interested in more Sparks from Berditchiv? Click here

A practical verbal introspection to help us focus when working on the midda of the day

Thank you Hashem for my life that is my unique opportunity to direct the life force within me that might naturally further conceal You.. Please help me purify my heart. I want to purify my heart so that I sincerely have heartfelt emotions only to fulfill the Torah and emulate You. May these deep emotions be honestly reflected in my speech and deeds so that Torah and the force of Your Lovingkindess are seen and felt in the world. May it be a merit for Klal Yisrael and an acceptable teshuva that fixes what needs to be fixed and that generates eternal life and makes a kiddush Hashem.

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