Welcome to our new series “Paradox: A Kabbalistic Path of Expanding Consciousness.” These video teachings provide insights and practical instruction on how to approach paradox in a way that enhances quality of life, promotes peace, deepens prayer and expands awareness. The entire series is expected to include twelve clips.


Paradox: A Hanukkah Dilemma

A teaching on paradox related to Hanukka and the variety of tasks that contribute to redemption.
Hanukkah teaches us how to survive exile and how to accomplish the purpose of it. And that brings us to the paradox of
“isolation and integration” as you shall see.

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Paradox 11– The Quagmire of Moral Relativism

How do I become a patron of paradox without compromising my moral convictions? That is question explored in this new called, “The Quagmire of Moral Relativism.”.

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Paradox 10– Varieties of Paradox

This video teaching is a summary of the different types of paradox that we encounter in the world. People expressed confusion because we have introduced so many different kinds of paradox and each one calls for a different response and they felt a bit overwhelmed by the unruliness of the subject. This video provides a framework that organizes the complexity and makes it more manageable.

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Paradox 9–Hashmal Jig 3/3

This video teaching, called The Hashmal Jig 3/3, is the ninth installment in our series on Paradox (The Kabbalistic Path of Expanding Consciousness). It examines the second step of our Hashmal Jig—the need to make a choice despite our ambivalence—and the tools available to help us do so.

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Paradox 8–Hashmal Jig 2/3

This video teaching, called The Hashmal Jig 2/3, is the eighth installment in our series on Paradox. It develops the kabbalistic secret of Hashmal—the energy of consciousness generated from dancing between the poles of a paradox.

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Paradox 7–Hashmal Jig 1/3

This video teaching, called The Hashmal Jig 1/3, is the seventh installment in our series on Paradox. It introduces the kabbalistic secret of Hashmal—the energy of consciousness generated from dancing between the poles of a paradox.

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Paradox 6– Poleholders

This illustrated video teaching, called Poleholders, is the sixth installment in our series on Paradox. It uses the polarity of Truth and Faith to model a way of grappling with paradox that alters consciousness and expands ones capacity to hold complex truths. It demonstrates how to extract the energy locked inside a paradox and channel it toward growth and change.

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Paradox 5: The Kabbala of I-Centers

This illustrated video teaching is the fifth installment in our series on Paradox. It explores the mystical underpinnings of I-Centers and how they interact to produce a whole greater than the sum of its parts. This 7 min. video ends with practical instructions about how to work with I-Centers that we find disagreeable.

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Paradox 4:Introducing I-Centers

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Paradox: A Hanukkah Dilemma

A teaching on paradox related to Hanukka and the variety of tasks that contribute to redemption.
Hanukkah teaches us how to survive exile and how to accomplish the purpose of it. And that brings us to the paradox of
“isolation and integration” as you shall see.

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Paradox 3: The Cosmic Roots of Paradox

“The Cosmic Roots of Paradox” is the third in a series of video presentations that explore Paradox as a Kabbalistic Path of Expanding Consciousness.” It explains why a deepening relationship with the Holy One requires one to grapple with ever more challenging dilemmas. Know, says kabbala, that each new paradox is a portal to higher consciousness.

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Paradox 2: The Mission

“The Mission” is the second in our illustrated video series called “Paradox: A Kabba
listic Path of Expanding Consciousness.”

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Paradox 1: Why this, Why Now?

Learning how to manage paradox is an essential prerequisite to enlightened (messianic) consciousness.
Jewish mystical writings have many instructions encoded into writings.
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