January 21, 2014
Originally recorded: September 9, 2010
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While some holidays may have one or two days, Rosh Hashanah always has two days. On the second day of Rosh Hashanah we have the opportunity to elevate the external aspects of ourselves and through seeing our potential and gathering the Light we have wasted in the previous year we gain the assistance to inscribe ourselves in the Book of Life.
Join Michael Berg for this powerful lecture recorded before the the Torah reading and Shofar blowing on day two of the Rosh Hashanah 2010 International Event in Washington D.C.
Rosh Hashanah is an especially important event in The Kabbalah Centre. Students from around the world gather together as part of our multi-faith community for two days of kabbalistic prayers and meditations that help us draw all of the blessings we desire down to the world for ourselves, our friends and the world. Every Rosh Hashanah changes our lives and we have the potential to receive a completely new soul, meaning that each person who participates in Rosh Hashanah can leave the connection as a completely different person.