• January 30, 2023
  • 8 5783, Shevat
  • פרשת בא

The Oneness of God

The Oneness of God

Touching Oneness:  Join Rabbi Avraham Shira for this special four-part series of experiential discovery in the realm of Oneness. Why try to achieve it? How can it be achieved? What must we look for? What must we avoid? Who has it? Who doesn’t? Come explore the most elusive and expansive state of mind, grounded in the secrets of Kabbala and prayer.

January 5, 2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Oneness of God: The Oneness of God
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Shalom.  The last update was  for next week.  Cant wait.

Avraham Shira

January 12, 2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Oneness of God: The Oneness of God
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Oneness is a modern term that suggests the root of creation.  Devekut is that momentary experience.  Where does the union of God and man happen?  And when?   And after how much time, effort and determination?  Why is it so hard?  What do I accomplish by this work?  join us tonight on Webyeshiva.0rg at 8o’clock and experience your service of God in a new way.

Avraham Shira

January 19, 2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Oneness of God: The Oneness of God
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Welcome and Shalom

Tonight, on Webyeshiva, 8pm Israel time, we will ask the Question?  How do we experience the Oneness of the Universe?

This state is called Devekut in Hebrew, from the verb ‘to attach.’  How do we attach to an infinite, eternal being?  What are the steps?  What are the pitfalls.  Join us tonight to continue this life-work.

Avraham Shira

January 26, 2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Oneness of God: The Oneness of God
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Tonight we will complete our 4 part series on Oneness.  We will look at some of the obstacles to this experiential gateway to the upper worlds, and how we can draw closer to this watchword of Judaism, and Universal Truth of the Unity of God..

Come Join us.

 

Rabbi Avraham Shira received smicha from Rabbi Benayahu Shmueli, Rosh Yeshivat HaMekubalim, Nahar Shalom, in Jerusalem. He has been a student and teacher in the Yeshiva since 1993. Since 1996 he has taught for twelve years at the Berot Bat Ayin Seminary, specializing in Likutei Moharan, and conducting workshops in meditation, and spiritual creative writing. He has also received a Masters Degree in Clinical Sociology & Family Therapy from the University of North Texas, Neve Yerushalayim Campus. Rabbi Shira has published a novel and translates a newsletter for Nahar Shalom. He lives with his wife, Elisheva and their five children in Bat Ayin, Gush Etzion.