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Special Rosh Hashanah study by Rabbi Avraham Brandwein ZT”L

Daily Zohar 1196
Zohar Pinchas, Vol. 20 (English)/Vol 15 (Hebrew)
Holy Zohar text. Daily Zohar -1196

The Brandwein family in Israel send me commentaries made by Rabbi Avraham Brandwein ZT”L (View the link for more information), who was the son of Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein ZT”L, the student of Rabbi Ashlag, ‘Baal HaSulam’.
I am sharing part of a study he made on Rosh Hashanah seven years ago.

Please click on the title to read the study on the DZ website.

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How to drink Light

Happy Purim to all Daily Zohar friends and students. 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 opportunity to tap into the highest...

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The reading of Megilat Esther

There are many people in the world who don’t have a Jewish community to join and listen to the reading of the scroll of Esther on the day of Purim.

The DailyZohar received from the Brandwein family the recording of the megilah reading by Rabbi Avraham Brandwein ZT”L, son of Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi brandwein, ZT”L.

Please don’t forget to make the Half-a-Shekel connection. It can be done anytime before Rosh Chodesh Nisan but it is better to do it before the reading of the Megilah on Purim. See detailed explanation here:
https://dailyzohar.com/half-a-shekel-explanation-and-meditation-on-how-to-make-this-high-spiritual-connection/

Please share this link with your friends. When you share Light you receive Light.

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Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein

Today is the death anniversary of the great Kabbalist, Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein. He was the main student of Rabbi Ashlag that translated the Zohar to Hebrew with added commentary Rabbi Ashlag completed the five books of the...

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Rabbi Yehuda Tzvi Brandwein

Today is the death anniversary of a great Tzaddik, Kabbalist, Leader and Teacher.
Rabbi Brandwein, is a direct descendant of the famous first Admor of Stretin, Rabbi Yehudah Tzvi of Stretin.
Rabbi Yehudah Tzvi Brandwein was a foremost disciple of Rabbi Yehudah HaLevi Ashlag (Baal HaSulam). His vast knowledge of the Lurianic system of  Kabbalah enabled him to codify and edit the entire writings of the Ari HaKadosh, Rabbi Yitzchak Luria. He continued with a similar style of translation and commentary of Rabbi Yehudah Ashlag known as Maalot HaSulam (Extension of the Ladder) on those works of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, that Rabbi Ashlag didn’t complete during his lifetime, namely Hashmatot HaZohar and Tikkunei HaZohar.
The DailyZohar draws a lot from his translation and commentary of Tikkunei Zohar. Light a candle to connect to his great soul. May we have the merit to draw light from the gates he opened for us, understand his teachings and bring the complete Tikkunei Zohar on  DailyZohar.com, Amen.

Today is the death anniversary of a great Tzaddik, Kabbalist, Leader and Teacher.
Rabbi Brandwein, is a direct descendant of the famous first Admor of Stretin, Rabbi Yehudah Tzvi of Stretin.Rabbi Yehudah Tzvi Brandwein was a foremost disciple of Rabbi Yehudah HaLevi Ashlag (Baal HaSulam). His vast knowledge of the Lurianic system of  Kabbalah enabled him to codify and edit the entire writings of the Ari HaKadosh, Rabbi Yitzchak Luria. He continued with a similar style of translation and commentary of Rabbi Yehudah Ashlag known as Maalot HaSulam (Extension of the Ladder) on those works of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, that Rabbi Ashlag didn’t complete during his lifetime, namely Hashmatot HaZohar and Tikkunei HaZohar.
The DailyZohar draws a lot from his translation and commentary of Tikkunei Zohar.

Light a candle to connect to his great soul. May we have the merit to draw light from the gates he opened for us, understand his teachings and bring the complete Tikkunei Zohar on  DailyZohar.com, Amen.

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