Chanukah, Tu b'Shevat & Purim
Purim: Connecting with Your Higher Self
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December 24, 2013
February 14, 2010
- The story of Purim
- The Temple represents a state of perfection
- Exile of Consciousness
- Before the end of an Exile,the Internal Opponent appears to test us
- Doubts are a manifestation of the energy of Haman
- Atzilut is our higher self
- Bypassing the blockages of the lower worlds to tap into our higher selves
- Aba (Chochmah) and Ima (Binah) are constantly feeding the Nukva to contribute to its growth
- An immature Nukva at the level of consciousness results in doubt and lack in our life
- The Light coming from Chochmah and Binah assists in maturing the Nukva resulting in expanded consciousness
- The intense Light directly from Aba and dormita; during periods of Exile, the filter of Zeir Anpin falls asleep
- Periods of chaos are an overabundance of Light
- Mordechai had to overcome his doubts (Haman) before the temple could rebuilt
- Mordechai (our perfected vessel) is the ability to handle any exile we can go through
- Learning concepts above our level of understanding
- Reading from the Writings of the Ari
- Giving advice from our level of consciousness
- Connections of Purim: Reading of the Megillah, charity to the poor, and the Meal
- Eating from Yud Hei: The meal of Purim draws energy from Chochmah and Binah
Join David as he shares kabbalistic insights to the holiday of Purim, preparing us to connect with this powerful window in time.
About This Course
Throughout the year we have opportunities to connect with unique and powerful spiritual energies. Increasing our awareness of these windows in time and understanding the kabbalistic prayers and tools that establish our connection not only improves our lives, but creates the positive change and lasting fulfillment we desire while drawing these divine energies to support the entire world.