“In every Jew there is an aspect of malchut, (rule, authority or influence). Everyone [rules] according…
In this week’s video about the Torah portion, Meir Elkabas discusses the meaning of the Kabbalistic sefira, malchut, keter, the Sabbatical year and the Jubilee, the 50th Gate, a deeper level of emunah, charging interest and views towards money, following torah through mitzvah observance, curses, being joyful, and more.
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The Kabbalistic concept of Malchut, Kingship, is an essential key to understanding and carrying out our life mission. Hashem is King of Everything, but each of us is the ruler of our own dominion. Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches that when we use our own malchut properly, we are trusted and relied on. When we abuse our power, we inevitably crash and burn. Our personal Malchut is ineffectual unless we learn, understand, and apply Torah in our lives.
Life can seem messy, even confusing. We all face daily hardships that prevent us from living the life we envision for ourselves. How do we make change? We begin by seeking the meaning of our difficulties, and dissonance becomes harmonious.
In this three-part class, Yossi Katz discusses Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 82. In this complex, rewarding Torah, Rebbe Nachman gives us insights into the reasons why we experience disorder and shows us how our awareness that Malchut (Kingliness) belongs to God, helps us live the life we’re meant to.