The wisdom of Kabbalah is a scientific tool for studying the spiritual world. To explore our world, we use natural sciences such as physics, chemistry, and biology. But natural sciences study only the physical world we perceive with our five senses. To fully understand the world we live in, we need a research tool that can explore the hidden realm, that which our senses cannot perceive. This tool is the wisdom of Kabbalah. ``Using Kabbalah, we can work with the fundamental forces of reality-reception and bestowal-to our benefit. It doesnï¿½t only teach us the design of creation, but how we can become designers, as omnipotent and as omniscient as the original Designer of reality.``
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A half-hour weekly podcast hosted by two sisters, TV personality Alison Goldstein Lebovitz and stand-up comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks, where Jewish humor meets southern charm. Sis & Tell was voted "Best Podcast" finalist for Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2018 and is best defined by its tagline, “A whole lotta talk, about a whole lotta nothin’.”
By Alison Goldstein Lebovitz & Amanda Goldstein Marks
The Jesse Lee Peterson Show is no longer posting daily podcasts for free. While the daily live show is still available for free, the podcasts are now subscription based. Sign up today and get unlimited access to your favorite shows and segments plus brand new features only available to All Access Jesse 24/7 Pass Members! Start your FREE trial at: http://www.bondinfo.org/content/home/37077/all_access_jesse_24_7_pass_is_here.
By Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson
We are tired of Islam being exploited and misinterpreted by radicals, Islamophobes, and so called "experts." Too many times have we seen Islam being associated with violence, terrorism, and a way of life that is seen as barbaric, backwards, and at odds with modernity in the news and print media. We decided to take matters into our own hands by developing our own billboard, magazine, TV, and radio Ad campaigns to present Islam in its true light. Love, compassion, mercy, unity, modesty, truth - these are just some of the ingredients that make our faith. MeccaOne Radio has been broadcasting since May of 2002. We broadcast every Thursday between 5-6pm on 90.5FM KSJS, San Jose, CA and reach 22,000 weekly Muslim and non-Muslim listeners. We also broadcast live world-wide over the internet and operate our Podcast via RSS feed and iTunes. Past guests on MeccaOne include Robert Fisk, Zakir Naik, Peter Sanders, Bilal Phillips, and many others. To learn more about us or our projects, visit us on the web at: www.meccaone.org
By On The Air With Omair
For approximately 2.5 billion people, the Bible is considered to be a product of divine inspiration and a record of the relationship between God and humans. This collection of sacred texts or scriptures are held as the inspired and inerrant word of God by Christians, Jews, Samaritans, Rastafarians, and several others. It is the source of their religious beliefs. The Bible is widely considered to be the most influential and best-selling book of all time, and is has certainly had a tremendous influence on literature and history. The Gutenberg Bible was the first book printed using movable type. Estimated total sales are over 5 billion copies, and approximately 100 million copies are sold annually. This translates to nearly everyone, whether believer or atheist, having at least one copy. Yet few who have or believe in the Bible have actually read it. The Bible is not an easy book to read, nor is it a short book to read. So it is not surprising that that those who begin reading at Genesis rarely make it past Leviticus. Most tend to leave this Bible reading business to their pastor/priest/rabbi. Which portions of the Bible you hear recited generally depends heavily on which House of God you attend. in any case, usually only a fraction of the Bible is ever referenced. I intend to remedy that with you here and now.
By Matthew Perry
The first conversational Hebrew course by podcasts. Learn to speak conversational Hebrew the way it is spoken in Israel. Practice your Hebrew pronounciation and accent while expanding your vocabulary and conversational skills with ‘sabra’ (native Israeli) teachers. Suitable for all levels
By Language Fountain