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The Kabbalistic concept of Malchut, Kingship, is an essential key to understanding and carrying out our life mission. Hashem is King of Everything, but each of us is the ruler of our own dominion. Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches that when we use our own malchut properly, we are trusted and relied on. When we abuse our power, we inevitably crash and burn. Our personal Malchut is ineffectual unless we learn, understand, and apply Torah in our lives.

In this course, Yossi Katz will discuss Likutey Moharan, Lesson 56, as it applies to Shavuot—and beyond.

Topics include:

  • Your Personal Domain
  • Emunah (faith) and Prayer
  • The Festival of Shavuot
  • Torah Learning and Life
  • The Manna
  • Coping with Life when Hashem is Concealed and even when there is a Concealment within a Concealment
  • Abundance, the Colors of Money, and Peace
  • Mordechai, Esther, and Haman-Amalek

How to participate:

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COURSE AUDIO/VIDEO ARCHIVE

Class 1 Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017


Class 2 Wednesday, May 17th, 2017


Class 3 Tuesday, May 24th, 2017


Class 4 Tuesday, June 7th, 2017


Class 5 Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Time:

7:45 PM Eastern time, 4:45 PM Pacific time

Date:

Wednesday, May 3– Wednesday, June 21st (7 weeks)

Note: This lengthy and worthwhile lesson will be carried over into another semester.

Level:

Intermediate through Advanced, dedicated beginners welcome.

Instructor:

Yossi Katz

Text:

Likutey Moharan, Lesson 56 by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and Corresponding Lesson in Likutey Halachot by Reb Noson