Tune in to experience Kabbalah within Orthodox Judaism via an unorthodox method, integrating both yeshivish and chassidic styles to provide a holistic approach to connecting to HaShem in an intimate relationship. This is a beginner's approach to basic Kabbalistic concepts and relational living with the intention of immediate and intentional application in your own life. This is not theoretical Kabbalah or practical Kabbalah - this is Relational Semiotic Kabbalah.
We aren’t made perfect. We’re made intentionally imperfect in order to give our neshama work to accomplish with our guf. This isn’t just spiritual. Like everything Jewish, everything spiritual has a physical counterpart.
It’s been a while so let’s review: who am I, what is the podcast, how am I qualified to do this podcast, and what’s coming next. I’m Dr. Yoni, and you’re listening to Kabbalah Pod. I’m excited so I hope you are too.
Where is your faith, in HaShem and the creative ability to heal or in Tylenol? We can take pain medication, but only trust in G-d for the ability to heal. After all, HaShem creates the world every minute.
The Pesach Haggadah tells us of four sons. The PaRDeS Aggadah tells us of four men that journeyed through the four levels of the garden. These narratives are metaphors to show us a path. Do you see the connection?
We reap what we sow. Just like a bank account, there is a return on dividends, in a way. How much do we invest in our pursuit of relationship with HaShem? That helps define the quality and depth of our spiritual tether.