5. Motivation and Inspiration

We will introduce the Kabbalistic concept—derived from the book of Ezekiel—“The Run and Return of the Soul.”

 

Motivation and inspiration need to be tapped and generated. For this there are many methods—courses, songs, stories—but then what? Most of the time this fire dies down or disappears and we are left wondering what became of it. The ability to awaken the soul’s spiritual energy and to harness it into enduring action is one of the most fundamental recipes for success on all levels.

 

This section has the most tangible life applications—time management, relationships, spiritual awakening, creativity, and more. It captures the most essential messages of Judaism: life in this world is precious, our purpose is to change this world and not escape it, and we must channel our spiritual energy within the world and/to uplift the material.