Friday, July 15, 2016

Can a Disease Become a Cure?

We all have made our share of mistakes, intentional or unintentional. We all have our flaws and defects, our psychological scars and lacerations. Conventional wisdom tells us that we can heal from our wounds and grow through our pain. We may be able to erase our unwanted pasts or overshadow them with positive strength. But can our actual mistakes and deficiencies become healing agents? Can a disease become a cure?

Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson in this Kabbalistic healing workshop and travel into the inner core of all ailments and discover surprising secrets of your soul, not the least of which is the startling truth: All disease stems from a response to correct an aberration. At the root of all afflictions -- of all negative energy -- lies tremendous potency. Learn how to tap these powerful forces which feed your pains and convert them into formidable allies.


Coming Home said...

Love this!

MSL said...

You are such a talented curator, Devorah! This was the perfect message for me today. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for his message. Truly uplifting for me especially after receiving a diagnosis of terminal cancer. I must be suffering from a dissonance with my life force.

Devorah said...

I'm going to have to listen to this again because it gave me so much to think about.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this article. You spoke briefly of erasing unwanted pasts. In the Mishnah (Yoma 86b) Reish Lakish stated that upon making Teshuva from Love of G-d that "..a person's intentional sins become like merits…".

Now further, today (17 July) an article came out in the BBC talking about the concept of retrocausality, which is very much related to this.

Now to tie it back in, another great blog post dealing with this weeks Torah portion in Israel, Parshat Pinchas, which discusses further the idea that we should "remember that the past sins are wiped out in the present moment in response to the teshuvah." Retrocausality. Additionally, this article discusses the physics and quantum mechanical aspects of the idea, such as delayed choice experiments.

Thank you for reading. May Hashem bless and keep you all. G-d willing, I will come Home soon, and hope to see you in Israel.