Prayer for Protection: Invocation of Solomon

Prayer for Protection: Invocation of Solomon

The great magician and Kabbalist Solomon, son of David and King of Israel, gave this powerful gift to humanity: a prayer that calls upon many important names of God, in order to call for assistance, guidance, and protection. In order to understand this prayer, one must study Kabbalah. In order to actualize this prayer, one […]

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Understanding Prayer: Praise (3/10)

Understanding Prayer: Praise (3/10)

It’s said that Eskimos have fifty different words for snow. I’m not sure about that, but this I know that Hebrew has many, many words for praise. Lehodot, lehallel, leshabeach, lefa’er, leromem, lehader, levarech, le’aleh, ulekales, and others. Because just as Eskimos live in the midst of snow, so to be a Jew is to […]

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Irish Celtic Music Relaxing Instrumental Medieval to read Hamlet (in caps)

Irish Celtic Music Relaxing Instrumental Medieval to read Hamlet (in caps)

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK ACT I SCENE I. Elsinore. A platform before the Castle. Enter Francisco and Barnardo, two sentinels. BARNARDO. Who’s there? FRANCISCO. Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself. BARNARDO. Long live the King! FRANCISCO. Barnardo? BARNARDO. He. FRANCISCO. You come most carefully upon your hour. BARNARDO. ’Tis now struck […]

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Prayer and Meditation

Prayer and Meditation

Prayer and meditation, Both are such practices, You will wonder as you progress, Should I pray more, or meditate more? Meditation, knowledge and devotion, All three are required. All three involve different methods, Because they arise from different centres. And though they differ in their approaches, Do not think that they are not contradictory. Devotion […]

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