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Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh on Parshat Shemot: “The 7 faces of Moses’ goodness”

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Hashem Matir Asurim – Hashem Frees the Imprisoned – Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh teaches a new nigun at the Yud Shevat farbrengen 5768 (2008). The nigun is sung to the words of Psalms 146: "G-d frees the imprisoned; G-d gives sight to the blind; G-d straightens the missha...

Jewish meditation #1 ● Intro to chedvah breathing ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Searching for authentic and sacred Jewish meditations and breathing techniques? Harav Ginsburgh teaches what might very well be the deepest and most mindful system of breathing meditations ever taught in Judaism. The...

Jewish meditation #2 ● Chedvah breathing and the sefirot ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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For more Jewish meditation see: For more teachings from Harav Ginsburgh go to our website: In this second video on the authentic Jewish breathing technique called Chedvah, Harav Ginsburgh explains how the four phas...

Jewish meditation #4 ● The Chedvah breathing process ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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In this fourth installment of our ongoing series on the Chedvah breathing technique, Rabbi Ginsburgh explains the functional and symbolic significance of the 8-4-6-5 count in this unique breathing technique.

Living in Divine Space ● Kabbalah and Meditation ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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-- captioned -- What is authentic Jewish meditation? This short video presentation explains how the six continuous commandments in the Torah can be meditated upon as constructing a Divine sanctuary around us, connect...

Parashat Tetzaveh 5771 ● Changes in life’s mission and purpose ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Moshe Rabbeinu's name is not mentioned in parashat Tetzaveh. The reason for this, as explained in the inner writings of the Torah is that he ascended into the very essence of his name, which precedes the name given t...

Parashat Tetzaveh 5771 ● The nothingness, light, and name of our souls ● Harav Ginsburgh

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Our mission in life is defined by a three-level descent of our soul, from nothingness (before God), to simple undifferntiated light, to the name that we are given when born into this world [see more in our other vide...

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