Today’s daily dose of emuna is sponsored and dedicated by Masha Fagel in the merit of her birthday to Klal Yisrael for all of the yeshuot and nechamot, refuah, teshuva, simcha, health, zivug, children, parnassa and Shalom Bayit. What a beautiful way to express appreciation to Hashem for the gift of life.
I just wanted to send you a quick reminder
that my Emuna Workshop series starts TODAY!
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Today, Monday, December 8, my full course about
overcoming challenges, finding our inner strength and
infusing our daily lives with emuna BEGINS!
I'd love nothing more than for you to join me on this journey.
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By joining you will get exclusive classes that I've never shared before
Bonus 1: Building Inner Peace- LIVE MEGA Training($97)
Bonus 2: Personal Email Support and guidance from Orit (Priceless)
Bonus 3: Emuna Mentoring- Personal phone consultation with Orit ($109)
Bonus 4: An extra seat in the course for a friend or family member ($297)
Looking forward to continuing with you later today...
Warm Wishes, Orit
P.S. If you still haven't had the chance to watch the introductory class CLICK HERE NOW!
During the course of our lives, we all traverse paths of darkness (where we feel alone or treated unfairly by others and Hashem, chas v’Shalom. We eventually grow stronger from those experiences. Every descent is followed by an ascent.
Painful experiences are a result of dinim (judgments). When we suffer, a few things may occur simultaneously. Firstly, our da’at (mental and emotional state) may travel further into exile. Our mind and heart may not accept the concept of ‘Gam zu l’tova (this is also for the best)’. We may be thrown into a state in which we cannot see the bigger picture or the purpose of the hardship.
As a result, we may be left feeling lost, confused and distant from Hashem. We may even sense that we are insignificant and unloved which may make us feel despairing. In this unhappy state it is difficult to give or accept love to ourselves, to others and to HaKadosh Baruch Hu.
Chazal brings an amazing insight as to how to sweeten the judgments and lessen our pain. We must go to the root of our pain and view it through our da’at. That is, we must look at the event again and rationally conclude in our minds that it is somehow and in some way for the best. Then, we must gradually allow our emotions (our heart) to digest this rationale.
In other words, we must ultimately view the event through emuna lenses. Higher consciousness helps us deal with the pain since we now associate it with a rational purpose from a more objective and expansive viewpoint. We no longer feel that we are subjects of happen chance. Through this renewed level of understanding, the dinim can slowly change from bitterness to sweetness.