michael berg kabbalah scholar


  • The portion Chayei Sarah begins, Vayihyu Chayei Sarah, mea shana, veesrim shana, vesheva shanim, shenei Chayei Sarah, “The days of Sarah were the...read more
  • The portion Acharei Mot is a discussion of the death of Nadab and Avihu, the two sons of Aaron. In one of my favorite sections in the Or ha’Hayim,...read more
  • Kabbalah teaches that the energy of death manifests in any form of ending or limitation, not just physical death.  Michael reveals how even when...read more
  • There is a teaching I think is very beautiful, but also practical, and it relates to Shabbat Tetzaveh; a Shabbat that is about the lighting of our...read more
  • Michael reveals that the gift of lasting life is achieved only by living in total equilibrium with the four elements of who we are and by doing the...read more
  • Nadab and Avihu, the two sons of Aaron, achieved the level of Acharei Mot, being "after death," the level of having conquered death. How did they...read more
  • There is a discussion in the portion Vayechi which speaks about the death of Jacob. But the Zohar says pay attention to the exact words in the Torah...read more
  • This week, we have two portions. The word “death” appears in one of them- Acharei Mot, “after death.” Clearly then, part of our work on this Shabbat...read more
  • The Creator tells Noah that the world is going to be destroyed, and so He wants him to take 120 years to build a teyvat, an Ark, through which he and...read more
  • Kabbalists teach that when a person passes away, the soul leaves the body, and the physical body becomes impure; meaning, negative forces can attach...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
  • The portions of Acharei Mot and Kedoshim are generally read together, except when there is a leap year in the kabbalistic calendar, like this year....read more
  • Michael reveals how to bring about the death of Ego or the Desire to Receive for the Self Alone and to draw life to ourselves.read more
  • In this week’s portion, Moses is preparing to leave the world, and there is a story in this week’s Midrash that has a very important lesson. Leaving...read more
  • When our desires becomes attached to temporary things like our pride, respect and honor, we cannot experience lasting fulfillment and Light. ...read more
  • This week’s Parashah is, of course, the story of the generation of the flood. However, the Zohar explains that this portion also has within it the...read more

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