Do I believe in the G-d that I created or the G-d who created me?
Are you an optimist or a realist? Through connecting to a deeper dimension and altering our perspective, we can and must become realistic optimists.
Life is a beautiful garden. A positive mindset is your entrance fee.
The choice to see G-d and therefore Good in every situation is ours to make every minute of every day.
Good is good but only through failure can we become great.
As we approach Rosh Hashana - the Jewish New Year, let’s see a garden and not a jungle.
Let us show up present and engaged for ourselves, our loved ones and G-d Himself.
When we become more Divine within ourselves, we raise the consciousness of the world around us.
This is how we bring illumination into the world and effect change in the most profound way.
In this episode we discuss one of the Fundamental Challenges of Life: living in G-d’s reality, as opposed to living our own reality.
What may seem awful or difficult, might just be the key to an expanded you -
because we do not find ourselves in a situation, we create the situation!
Only by connecting with our deep authentic selves, can we truly uplift those around us.
Our perspective creates our reality. Are you a warrior of nature or a warrior of faith?
If you want to see G-d, don’t block your own view.
Where is your emotional experience conceived?
Join me this week as I share some insight into the origins of your being.
Be patient! Holistic self-growth is developed by making consistent small improvements over time.
The source of our sustenance comes from the Bank of Infinity. By placing our trust in the teller we limit our access.
The answer my friend is blowing in the wind...
The weather is predetermined, the wind is set. Use your sails to harness the energy and power of the wind.
In this week's episode I share one of my favorite stories of faith and discuss how aligning ourselves with reality gives us a direct line to the printer at the Mint.
If it gives me pleasure – what difference does it make to G-d if I indulge in the forbidden fruit? Surely G-d loves me anyway!
Unconditional love is unconditional love.
Learning from G-d’s relationship with us to be observational without being judgmental and knowing that we are worthy as we are right now. This is a key ingredient in living up to our own expectations.
If you see a stone fly, you can be sure that it has not taken flight on its own. You can be sure that it has been propelled into the air through an external energy source.
When we see the world in its constant state of being, we can be sure that there is an energy force that is sustaining its existence.
G-d is greater then great, He has no definition and cannot be limited. In this week’s podcast let’s learn about why this makes Him more relevant and more accessible to us.
This week’s podcast discusses that G-d is the only true independent existence and explores how through our service of Torah and Mitzvos we bring this reality to the consciousness of mankind.
In this week’s episode we touch on cultivating faith with all its challenges and explore why wrestling with faith, absolute doubt and being angry with G-d are actually all good signs.