This Lag B’Omer, take a moment to identify with another’s inner Godliness.
The power of turning the bitter into sweet, sickness into healing.
Counting the Omer teaches us mindfulness, and opens our hearts to the power of stories.
How Jewish women can unleash the holiness of bread.
The month that moves us out of being enslaved to our egos.
Purim teaches us to appreciate the world's awesome beauty, amidst so much chaos and horror.
The spiritual significance of the month of Shvat.
Getting free from our self-erected prison.
Now is the time to put into action all the hopes, prayers and resolutions we made at the start of the Jewish New Year.
Strategies for winning your inner struggles.
With only 30 days left in the year, Elul is a time of yearning, forgiveness and return.
By understanding God's manifestations in both male and female imagery, we can begin to unify our connection to the transcendence reality.
By leaving the deceptive permanence of our homes to dwell in a temporary shelter, we let go of the most damaging illusion that blocks our inner eye from seeing God's presence.
Tu B'Shvat, the holiday of fruit trees, recalls the Garden of Eden, and the human quest for spiritual refinement.
My parents had no clue why they lit the electric menorah on Chanukah.
On the 9th of Av we can understand the source of the senseless hatred that caused the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem and dedicate ourselves to "senseless love."
What can happen when we see everything as being fully within our grasp and under our control.
We avoid pictures from the Holocaust because we don't want to cry. But only tears open all the gates of heaven.
Looking at the world from its inner spiritual core outward.
Each of us has a dark spot concealed from ourselves due to overwhelming pain and shame. How do we turn on the lights?
No day in history comes even close in the magnitude of its significance. It was a day when all the assumptions concerning life and its purpose were altered irrevocably.
The same covenant that promises suffering, promises redemption.
The seven branches represent the seven channels of spiritual self-expression, which can change you forever.
The feminist movement has failed to recognize another, more subtle form of power: internal power.
Modern Feminism created a society in which women's contributions are largely unrecognized.
Jonah is read on Yom Kippur, teaching us about our spiritual voyage.
The first human was created androgynous, giving us insight into male-female relationships.
Esther was a lonely orphan who developed within herself the unusual qualities of piercing through veils and touching all hearts.
In the very impermanence of the sukkah lies true security - we realize we are not alone!
The character of Queen Vashti in the Purim story helps us define what it means to be a hero or a villain.
On Sukkot, we discover that happiness is never about having; it is about being.
Each of us has to fight off darkness in his or her own way.
Skip the paralyzing guilt. The classical confession helps us maximize the power of the day.
As spiritual beings, we are responsible for actualizing the potential holiness that God imbues in each moment.
The Passover Seder is God's order for how to proceed from spiritual slavery to spiritual freedom.
Exile means learning who we are not and who we would never want to be; redemption means discovering our true identity.
Why do we give voice to the negative instead of focusing on the positive?
At Sinai we moved above and beyond, where the whole truth dwells.
When reading reports of hair-raising cruelty, trusting God means knowing that the answers to why Israel is under attack are there, even if they are not obvious at the moment.