There are mystics, past and present; who understand how to attune their bodies and lives with the spiraling potency of the universe. Mystical teachings and practices from classical Kabbalistic traditions offer sacred technology to help move us through all stages of psycho-spiritual development. When we study and worship together in loving inquiry, the deep secrets reveal themselves and resonate though our lives. When we access these states regularly in spiritual community, we are not merely accessing transient higher states, but stabilizing them into our lives and relationships.
Please enjoy the following collection of teachings and musings and be sure to check back frequently for updates and additions.
Autumn - High Holy Days
____1. Elul 2010; Getting Ready to Meet your Maker - Elul 5771/September 2010
____2. 5770 Elul Musings
____3. 5669 Meeting Elul; Virgo and the HIGH HOLY DAYS; Tishray; Libra Scales
____4. Elul Bnay Yisaschar On Elul 1:3
____5. Preparing for The High Holy Days - Confessional for Today's Mistakes by Reb David Wolf-Blanke
6. Patah Eliyahu
Spring Time - PASSOVER
____1. 2011 Rosh Hodesh Nissan; New Moon of Aries
____2. Inspiration from Pesach 2011
____3. Eating Kitniyot (Legumes) on Pesach
____4. Counting The Omer
Heat of Summer
____1. SUMMER HEAT
____2. Tisha B'Av Musings 2010
____3. Time Travel with T'mimah (ammuz Musings)
____4. Time Travel with T'mimah (Summer)
____How Hasidism Went Astray, Opinion By Arthur Green
____1. PATAH ELIYAHU--FROM THE TIKUNEY ZOHAR
Prayer & Meditation
Prayer is the call of our hearts that activates the Creator's desire to be in relationship with us. Rabbi T'mimah's siddurim integrate a traditional liturgy, egalitarian translations that highlight Earth aware meanings and practices from schools of Classical Kabbalah, many in English translation for the first time. The more that desire is activated, the more vivid is our experience of The Divine Presence in our lives. Prayer books, siddurim, are carefully sequenced compilations of Judaism's best prayer practices. Classical Kabbalah offers a body of knowledge of how to use these prayer practices optimally aligning our movement through prayer with movement into known corresponding states of consciousness that serve as portals into Divine realms.
Rabbi T'mimah's siddurim integrate a traditional liturgy, egalitarian translations that highlight Earth aware meanings and practices from schools of Classical Kabbalah, many in English translation for the first time.