Seven is an important number in Judaism. The seventh day, for example, is Shabbat—the holiest day. The menorah in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and seven candles and there are seven “candles” of the human head (two eyes, ears and nostrils and one mouth.) There are the seven days of mourning and the sheva brachot, the seven blessings and celebrations of marriage.
In Likutey Moharan, Lesson 21, Rebbe Nachman weaves a complex tapestry including several of these seven-related concepts, each one of which offers us rich insights into personal change and the growth of our soul, and challenges us to see ourselves in unexpected ways.
Jerusalem-based BreslovCampus teacher, Reb Meir Elkabas, brings this famous Breslov teaching to life.
Free-will vs. Knowledge
Giving Birth to New Levels of Wisdom
Sanctifying the Seven Candles of the Head
Connecting to Godly Influx
The Seven Days of the Marriage Ceremony-Celebrations and Shiva, the Seven Days of Mourning
And much more…
How to participate:
COURSE AUDIO/VIDEO ARCHIVE
Class 1 Sunday October 29th
Class 2 Sunday November 5th
Class 3 Sunday November 12th
Class 4 Sunday November 19th
Class 5 Sunday November 26th
Class 6 Sunday December 3rd
Sunday, 10:00 AM EST – 5:00 PM Israel Time
Sunday October 29 through Sunday December 3
Beginner through advanced, everyone’s welcome. No previous class attendance is required.