michael berg kabbalah scholar


  • In the portion Korach, a group led by Korach rises up against Moses, Aaron, and the Creator. We have said before that Korach was not a bad person; in...read more
  • We learn in the portion of Korach that even those who attached themselves to Korach and did not have pure intentions were still able to infuse the...read more
  • Michael reveals how falling is a gift so we can gauge where we are at on our spiritual journey and move forward toward achieving our full potential....read more
  • There is, some would say, a challenging understanding and teaching about this portion. If you read the literal story, Korach comes out as a very bad...read more
  • Michael turns to the teachings of the Seer of Lublin to reveal how whenever we have fallen, it is simply the Creator awakening a greater desire...read more
  • It says that after Korach failed, the earth swallowed him up; it’s a very dark, sad ending. And there’s a little bit of confusion about this. Korach...read more
  • Michael discusses Korach's rebellion against Moses, and stresses the importance of a pure consciousness in our actions and spiritual work. CLICK HERE...read more
  • Throughout history, the understanding of this week’s portion has been that Korach, because he wanted to become the high priest, along with 250 other...read more
  • On a simple level, the story of Korach appears to be a tale of a failed rebellion, however, the kabbalists reveal that he was an elevated soul who...read more
  • Michael discusses the value of having no personal investment in what we do and recognizing everything we achieve is the Light. Only the Creator...read more
The Creator is only constantly in the state of Goodness, and never in the state of seeing what is wrong. Read more: https://t.co/NHD1PQ5a34
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