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Menorah of Hope

Here is a Chanukah imagery exercise that can be practiced once per day during the eight day holiday. For additional winter holiday imagery click here.

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Hitler's Error

On a recent trip to Prague, I was awed by many things top amongst them was the Pinkas synagogue with its moving Holocaust memorial and its astonishing old “Jewish Quarter” cemetery. Amazingly enough, Hitler left the synagogues and cemetery intact. The cemetery, originally located in the Jewish ghetto, was the only permitted place for Jewish burial from the late Middle Ages to 1787. There are untold numbers of tombstones placed this way and that, leaning one atop of the other, over gentle rolling mounds. Read more »

Watch for Your Elul Experience: Sundown, Aug. 21, 2017 - Sundown, Sept. 20, 2017

The 30 day period prior to the Hebraic New Year called Rosh Hashanah (the head of the year) is a month called Elul, meaning God is in the garden, or God is drawing near. During this 30 day period we receive messages from the invisible reality about the upcoming year. Almost everyone - no matter what your persuasion - experiences some significant, striking, unusual, different, attention grabbing experience.  This experience can come as an event in waking life or as a significant dream. Read more »

What’s Under ISIS’ Veil?

 Inscribed on the base of ISIS’ statue, the ancient Egyptian goddess of wisdom, are these words: 

I am everything that was, that is, that ever will be.

  Nor has any mortal man ever been able to discover what lies under my veil. Read more »

Einstein and Problem Solving: Spiritual Thinking

Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”

I’ve taken the liberty to paraphrase Einstein’s comment, filtered through Colette’s teaching: “No problem can be solved from the same level of thinking that created it.” For me, what is required is a new way of thinking originating on a different level of consciousness. This other way is called spiritual thinking. Read more »

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