ACTIVE CLASS WEBPAGES
The Baal Shem Tov teaches that enemies always hold a fallen sliver of our soul, an estranged spark that we do not recognize as a piece of our very own self. They have chosen us as their opponent because they are trying, in their deluded way, to connect back to their root, which really is us. The spark of ourselves inside the enemy must be recovered. Our own well-being requires that.
(known as the Beit Ganzai) explores the messianic underpinnings of Chanukka and its connection to the “Feminine Rising” which is central to the process.
This essay explores the mystery, power and kabbala of Shabbat.