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well I have consult two important centers of kabbalah by internet.. I live in mexico very far from the capital.. I have consulted the bnei baruch kabbalah which is focused on theories and less practical and the Kabbalah center is focused on practical kabbalah.. I don’t know what is right but both centers have in Israel their central, most of newspapers from USA accused the Kabbalah center of many things.. I would like to know if I can study kabbalah and how can the kabbalah change my life? it’s kabbalah another branch of the judaism? it’s the zohar another book beside the Tanaj or hebrew Bible? could you give me a website about the truth kabbalah please? thank you


In UK Cinemas 14th May 2010 “An intense, restrained drama… quietly devastating” – Variety SHOWING AS PART OF THE LONDON LESBIAN AND GAY FILM FESTIVAL 2010 Aaron (Zohar Strauss), a respectable butcher in Jerusalems ultra-orthodox Jewish community, is married to Rivka (Tinkerbell) and is a dedicated father of four children. One day, he meets Ezri (Ran Danker), a handsome twenty-two year old student, and soon falls in love with him. He then starts to neglect his family and community life, swept away by his love and lust for Ezri. Meanwhile, paralleling this relationship, a neighbouring shopkeeper persists in seeing a man of her own choosing, even though she’s been promised by her father to another. Eventually, guilt, torment and pressure from the community will catch up with the doomed lovers, leading them to make radical decisions… ENGLISH SUBTITLES


Im totally inlove with this film, so what else am I going to do… yesss a music video , please!!! Read the Warnings before watching: Warning : This is a fan Music Video based on the wonderful movie Eyes Wide Open(Einaym Pkuhot) and in the characters of Aaron & Ezri , Im aware this can be a sensitive matter for some people not only becouse of his homosexual scenes but the religious content , there for please read the movie plot before watching the music video,it’s right here , also beware of spoliers!!!So if you have a problem with homosexuality , gay , homoerotic or Yaoi scenes, please don’t watch it! This is defenetly not your cup of tea . Movie Plot(source imdb):Homosexuality in the Orthodox community is the subject of a very dark and disturbing Israeli film, Eyes Wide Open (Einaym Pkuhot). Aaron Fleishman (Zohar Shtrauss) is a father of 4 who takes over the family kosher butcher shop following the death of his father. Aarons observant world is turned upside down with the arrival of a young Yeshiva student Ezri (Ran Danker). When Aaron and Ezri begin spending time together, Aaron is quickly ostracized within the Orthodox community. Confronted by Rabbi Vaisben (Tzahi Grad), Aaron declares he was dead before meeting Ezri. We see how quickly social control turns violent and ugly in the Orthodox community when Ezri is forced to leave. Eyes Wide Open is set during a dark and wet winter in Jerusalem. Rain and the darkness of night are used as metaphors for the ritual of


Just noticed this trailer wasn’t translated into English anywhere on YouTube and thought some people might be curious. The movie’s about two ultra-orthodox men who fall in love. I’m glad this movie was finally made and can’t wait to see it (it’s playing in cinemas all over Israel already).


Yehuda’s Weekly Consciousness Tune-Ups are messages that give us the tools we need to get our consciousness in shape so we can start the week off in a positive way.

How can I be able to better recieve messages from nature spirits? I want to open and expand my conscience awareness.

I want to become deeper in my spirituality.


Rabbi David Ingber is the Founder and Spiritual Director of Romemu. All his life David dreamed of creating a Jewish place where anyone of any background or denomination could come and pray in an integrated way, exercising one’s body, mind and soul. Romemu was created in 2006 and now offers Shabbat and holiday services infused with meditation and yoga, as well as a myriad of community groups, teachings, and events. David studied Philosophy and Psychology at NYU, and has learned at a wide range of yeshivot in Jerusalem and New York, from the ultra-orthodox Yeshivat Chaim Berlin, through to modern orthodox institutions including Beit Midrash leTorah and Yeshivat Chovovei Torah. David received his smicha from Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi in 2004. He then served as the Rabbi in Residence at Elat Chayyim Retreat Center for 2 years. David’s approach to learning is informed by a similarly wide range of world-views. He is illuminated by Jewish mysticism and Hassidut, and fascinated by the intersection of these ideas with those of other Western and Eastern philosophies. Particular influences include Kabbalist Rav Abraham Isaac Kook, psychologist Carl Jung, integral philosopher Ken Wilber, Kabbalist & founder of Hassidut the Baal Shem Tov and the Ishbitzer Rebbe. David spent 10 years studying other sacred traditions in the healing arts including Yoga, Shiatsu, Pilates, Gyrotonics, Kung Fu, and Chen school Tai Chi. He is a certified Astrologer who weaves this ancient wisdom into his

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according to a jewish kabbalah center called bnei baruch says the jewish mysticism is open to everybody but some jewish don’t want this but I am not talking about Kabbalah center.. I am talking about bnei baruch who his rabbi is a real rabbi jewish man I think so and he teaches Kabbalah about the theology not practical kabbalah and he mentioned many jewish leaders like Rambam or Rabbi Akivah, EL Ari or stuff like that. I don’t know what’s the difference between Kabbalah center or Bnei Baruch ?
well I don’t know.. I like judaism and I have read the Hebrew Bible for a christian edition but I am not sure..well jewish bibles are expensive

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