What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?: Discover a Life Filled with Purpose and Joy Through the Secrets of Jewish Wisdom

by Michal Oshman

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What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?: Discover a Life Filled with Purpose and Joy Through the Secrets of Jewish Wisdom

by Michal Oshman


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  • Tzimtzum & Bittul

    You want to release your fear? Let go. Give up your control. Check your ego at the door. Tzimtzum, Hebrew for contracting your presence into yourself, allows you to take up space, to be a leader, a parent, a boss, but without oppression. Applying Bittul and taking your ego, your need for validation

  • Breaking Brings Freedom

    Shvra, means brokenness in Hebrew. Failure. Fear of failure holds so many people back. It keeps them from achieving dreams, from living even the simplest lives, from embracing joy. Fear of failure is a monster that robs us of opportunity. Hebrew beliefs believe that to be broke, Shvra, gives you the

  • Neshama, Kelipa, Bittul

    Neshama, Kelipa, and Bittul are three Hebrew words from the Torah that combine to explain the basic principles of finding purpose and peace. Neshama is your soul/inner light/essence; Kelipa is the barrier that keeps you from connecting with your Neshama, and Bittul is letting go of avarice and mater

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