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March 23, 2021
Originally recorded: December 20, 2020
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In chapter 5 of Gate of Reincarnations, Rav Isaac Luria explains that the children receive the iniquities and tikun of the parents. This helps us understand the importance of our spiritual work of correction, the mission that brought us to this world, for ourselves, and for the entire humanity.
Isaac Luria, who came to be known as The Ari (meaning ‘Lion’ in Hebrew) because of his prodigious capacity for spiritual study and understanding, was a 16th century kabbalist who delved deeply into the mystical wonders of the Zohar. Commonly considered the father of contemporary Kabbalah, the Ari produced a historic commentary on the Zohar that removed many of its layers of complexity. His teachings created some of the most important kabbalistic ideas and practices used today, including the concept of tikkun, or correction of the soul. Join us for a consciousness-expanding course as we demystify the seminal writings of the Ari and connect with his righteous soul.