1157 Kadosh Kadosh Kadosh: Angels Praising the God of Multitudes (mp3) 5:53 (free)

“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts (Adonoi Tzvaot); the whole world is filled with Its glory.” 

This verse from Isiah essentially sums up the theology of the God-ing Process, it being everything and everywhere. In this instance, this is a visualization of a type of angelic energy that is designed to praise itself, so to speak, like the experience most of us have had watching a gorgeous sunset, of the Grand Canyon, or an amaze site in nature that takes our breath away. That soaring feeling, that rush of ecstatic joy, that welling of tears of happiness beyond he limits of words—all this is what is the experience of kadosh, kadosh, kadosh…..

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1153 NAFSHI KHOLAT: A Song of Yearning for Divine Love (mp3) 5:22

My soul yearns for your love, please, El, please heal her (my soul)

This prayer, yearning for love, has it source in the Torah when Moses’ sister, Miriam, was temporarily afflicted with a kind of leprosy. It draws us to exploring the deep yearning of our own souls for the touch of love, not only for ourselves, but for those we know who may be suffering from an illness. This is a prayer often sung at a healing service, but it is also very powerful for ourselves when we have a time of yearning to be at one with the Source. This musical CD can only be purchased through Eliezer@www.Eliezering.com (Go to Books and C.D. on this website and click on the partner CD ikon.)

2123 The Deeper Meaning of the Shema Yisroel Daily Chant (Print)

All of Judaism, and in many ways, all of Western tradition can be summed up in one sentence: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God the Lord is One. The emphasis of this statement is: Oneness. Kabbalah teaches that this sentence summarizes the entire Torah and all of Western mysticism. This is the essential culmination of non-duality. It is not referring to the number one, for that would suggest that there are other numbers, or that there are no numbers (the idea of zero). This oneness is inclusive—transcending numbers—embracing all ideas, it holds within it nothingness as well as infinity. It is without limit. Kabbalah refers to this oneness as Ein Sof, which means “without end.” I usually refer to this as Boundlessness.
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