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June 7, 2022
Originally recorded: April 5, 2022
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“Every custom of prayer should be respected and given the right to exist because it serves a specific function associated with one of the twelve tribes.”
Continuing with the Ari, Rav Isaac Luria’s teachings on prayer, in this lesson we discuss the relationship between our thoughts and actions, as well as the different customs of prayer that have developed over time. This lesson delves into teachings from The Fruits of the Tree of Life (Pri Etz Chaim).
Rav Isaac Luria, who came to be known as the Ari because of his prodigious capacity for spiritual study and understanding, was a 16th-century master kabbalist who forever shifted the way Kabbalah was studied and taught. Through his teachings, we are able to understand the secrets of the Zohar, gaining a whole new understanding of Kabbalah. The Ari opened himself completely to the Light and, in doing so, merited the revelations of the deepest secrets of the universe. Join us as we explore a variety of topics from the teachings of the Ari, including mystical abilities, the power of desire, and secrets of reincarnation. This is an opportunity to study powerful revelations from one of the greatest kabbalists of all time, including his seminal works, the Gates of Meditation Parts I and II and the Gate of Mitzvot.