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Jewish Meditation



Soul MeditationIntermediate Intermediate
Soul Meditation
Linking one's awareness to the Divine, in prayer
Becoming a ProphetBeginner Beginner
Becoming a Prophet
The Rambam describes the nature of prophecy.
Active vs.Passive MeditationBeginner Beginner
Active vs.Passive Meditation
Active meditation emanates G-dliness; passivity only reinforces the ego
EquanimityBeginner Beginner
Equanimity
A Prerequisite to Meditation
...when your soul does not feel the honor of the one who honors you
Pray Like a PauperBeginner Beginner
Pray Like a Pauper
No matter what state you are in, desire to be one with G-d
TzedakaAdvanced Advanced
Meditation for Tzedaka
The hand giving charity unites G-d's name.
Blueprint of the UniverseBeginner Beginner
Blueprint of the Universe
13 thoughts to meditate upon
Wheels from the MouthBeginner Beginner
Wheels from the Mouth
Meditating with song to G-d.
1:14 When I am IAdvanced Advanced
When I am I
Kabbalah reveals the mystical meaning behind the Mishna.
Keys to True Prophecy
Keys to True Prophecy
Practical Kabbala Today
Meditation on a Mishna
Meditation on a Mishna
Concentration on a Mishna links the soul to greater ones
Re-Programming our Subconscious: 2
Re-Programming our Subconscious: 2
The Power of Creative Visualization

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