Chayei Sarah: Without Agenda

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Zohar Class With Eitan Yardeni
2010

Chayei Sarah: Without Agenda


Published: December 12, 2013
Originally recorded: October 25, 2010

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Lesson Highlights

  • The death of Sarah
  • Abraham earns the merit to discover the Cave of Machpelah 
  • The 400 shekels Abraham uses to purchase the cave correspond to to 400 forces of impurity: removing these negative forces to unleash immortality and end to pain and suffering 
  • The Cave of Macpelah is where every soul goes through after death 
  • Aspects of our life that our already dead
  • Abraham's consciousness and deep yearning to find the cave
  • Reigniting the areas of our life that are dead
  • Earning merit
  • Something that belongs to us will be shown to us 
  • Keeping our spiritual right concealed until we have earned it: Abraham did not claim the cave until he had paid for it
  • The Light ignites our desire, but we must restrict our desire before we can see the vessel manifest
  • Injecting lasting circuitry by restricting our desire 
  • What we desire has to desire us as well 
  • Bringing our desire to us in the right way and at the right time
  • Abraham's servant puts aside his own agenda in order to fulfill Abraham's mission 
  • Every mission that is positive attracts obstacles 
  • A soul that is truly with the Light exhibits actions that go beyond what is asked for 
  • Making ourselves small in this world makes us large in the next world
  • Thanking the Light when we are not respected 


Lesson Description

Just as Abraham had to strip away layers of negativity to ready himself to receive his desire, Eitan shows us that personal desire cleansed of any agenda serves the greater good of others as well as one's self. All the characters in the story of Chayei Sarah have major lessons to teach us. The value of serving the needs of others first reveals for us the priceless gifts that live forever - gifts that are truly meant just for us.


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Written 2,000 years ago by Rav Shimon Bar Yochai, the Zohar explains all of the secrets of the Bible, the Universe and every aspect of life. The Zohar class is a weekly journey to understand the energy and challenges that will confront us during the week and how we can elevate our consciousness to prevent chaos from occurring in our lives.


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