Detaching Ourselves from the Fear of Death

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Detaching Ourselves from the Fear of Death


Published: February 27, 2018
Originally recorded: February 21, 2018

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Lesson Highlights

  • Awakening the consciousness of everyone we come into contact with
  • Attaining the 50th Gate of Wisdom
  • Understanding the phrase, “Moses did not die”
  • 2 perspectives of death: how we perceive it and how the person experiences it
  • Detaching from the fear of death and the negative process beforehand
  • Achieving Perfected Holy Certainty
  • The immortal stick of Jacob and Moses
  • Investing our time in immortal actions


Lesson Description

Rav Shimon Bar Yochai, author of the Zohar said that Moses did not die. The way the Israelites perceived Moses' death and the way that Moses experienced it were two unique perspectives. Join Michael as he reveals how we can live our lives in such a way as Moses did for detaching ourselves from the fear of death.


About This Course

When a kabbalistic sage leaves the world, a window of support and connection with all of the energy they have revealed during their life becomes available to us, particularly through study or visiting their grave site. An especially powerful time to connect with the support of the righteous is on their Hillulah, the day that they departed our physical world. Hillulah literally means a day of celebration and by staying up late at night, sometimes until sunrise, studying about their lives and the wisdom they revealed we are able to tap into their energy and assistance to transform our own lives.


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