On Our Way to the Promised Land
On Our Way to the Promised Land by Rabbi David Aaron
By Rabbi David Aaron
Join us and listen in as we embark on a journey to rediscover our deepest selves with Rabbi David Aaron. In our first podcast series, we will explore the topic of prayer to debunk our misconceptions and better understand why we pray.
Rabbi David Aaron is a spiritual visionary and master educator who has invested over three decades delving into life’s biggest questions and sharing Torah’s transformational wisdom with searching souls. Rabbi Aaron gently urges us to take a look at the self-defeating and silly notions we carry about ourselves and G-d. His wit and humor will entertain your inner child while his teachings open your mind to perceive a profound, new world.
Rabbi Aaron is the author of eight paradigm-shifting books. His works include Endless Light, Seeing G-d, Love is My Religion, The Secret Life of G-d, Inviting G-d In, Soul Powered Prayers, Living a Joyous Life, and The God Powered Life. A number of books have been translated into Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, and Hebrew.
To learn more, visit Rabbi David Aaron's website: http://www.rabbidavidaaron.com/.
Passover: A Leap To Our True Self [48 mins]
Through Rav Kook’s exposition of a piece in the Passover Hagadah, Rabbi Aaron explores the differences between the redemption from Egypt and the upcoming Final Redemption. He also touches on the significance of the hurried Exodus, and gives us kabbalistic ...
The Messy Messianic Age: The Surprising Truth About Redemption [36 mins]
Playing off of unbelievable teachings from the Talmud and Zohar about the times before the coming of the Mashiach (Messiah), Rabbi Aaron opens us up to one of the major mysteries of the Messianic process that is happening right now! ...
Knowing G-d From Within Yourself [1:12 Mins]
Rabbi Aaron shares with us a definition and outline of the structure of the soul. Unique among other creatures, humans have the ability to receive five levels of consciousness, known by Kabbalah as Nefesh, Ruach, Neshama, Chaya, and Yechida. This ...
The Joy of Sadness: Special for the 3 Weeks [46 mins]
From a piece in the chassidic masterpiece ‘Tanya’, Rabbi Aaron explores the difference between bitterness and depression, and explains why the goal on Tisha B’Av is to reach the level of ‘holy bitterness’. This class was recorded live at Isralight’s ...