December 9, 2013
Originally recorded: April 19, 2009
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In this lesson, Meir continues to share the story of Rav Ashlag's life from beginning to teach students in Givat Shaul, Israel in 1921 through the translation of the Zohar and writing of the Sulam commentary and other great works through his leaving the world on Yom Kipur 1955.
Kabbalist Rav Yehuda Ashlag was arguably the most profound mystic and spiritual teacher of the 20th Century. Among his many gifts was his ability to take complex concepts and decipher them in a systematic fashion, distilling them down to their very essence. His writings are so pithy that they are studied repeatedly for the deep insights they offer into human nature and the spiritual realm.Join Senior Instructor Meir Yeshurun for these lessons on Rav Ashlag's life and essential teachings.