A new video explaining the Sefirot and the names of God
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Mar 19, 2020
The Holy Zohar tells us that when the angel of death is in the city we should stay at home because he has permission to hurt anyone in public places, including righteous people. Stay home and protect yourself by drawing more...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Mar 15, 2020
Zohar Vayakhel #469
469. Rabbi Shimon said, if people knew the effect of the ‘Action of the Ketoret’ before the Holy One Blessed be He, they would take every word of it and set it as a golden crown on their heads.
Those who meditate on it with consciousness every day, he has a share in this world and the world to come. Death will be removed from him and the world. He will be saved from judgments in this world, and from the influence of the other-side. He will also be protected from the judgment of hell after death and from the judgment of the other-side.
The power of the incense is to remove all negativity including death. Many kabbalists recommend reading this text every day, especially for those who are in weak health like cancer and other ills. When negativity is out of the way, it’s easy to draw light.
Complete PDF for download on the website.
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Mar 6, 2020
This holiday is about disconnecting from the force of Amalek that brings doubts and death wherever it is allowed to enter. On Purim, we have the opportunity to tap into the highest level of Keter. The sages tell us that during...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Feb 25, 2020
In a leap year, we have two months of Adar. Adar is the 12th month of the year and the second Adar is the 13th. That brings us to the point that it is above the influence of the 12 constellations. We have a unique sequence of...Read More
Posted by Zion Nefesh | Feb 3, 2020
On Tuesday, just before the Shabbat of Beshalach, we have a special prayer called Parashat Ha’man that has a significant connection to sustenance. The ‘Parashat Haman’ is from the Torah portion of Beshalach and...Read More
Rabbi Yiḥyah Qafiḥ (Hebrew: רבי יחיא בן שלמה קאפח; Arabic: يحيى القافح also known as Yiḥyah ibn Shalomo el Qafiḥ and as Yahya Kapach (his Hebrew name)) (1850–1931), known also by his term of endearment "Ha-Yashish" (English: "the Elder"), served as the Chief Rabbi of Sana'a, Yemen in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Rabbi Avraham Dov of Avritch was a rabbi from Ukraine, first in Avritch and later in Zhitomir. In 1830 he moved to Eretz Yisroel and became the head Ahskanazi rav of Tzfat.
Raba bar Rav Huna was a Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, known as an amora of the third generation