Join this 4-part series where Rebbetzin Heller explores how the spiritual aspects of the Exodus, the order laid out in the Haggadah and the physical aspects of preparation leads us on a journey for life.
~ Discover where chametz exists in the spiritual realm and what we are doing to our souls when we remove the chametz from our homes
~ What each of the four sons connotes about human behavior and how you can relate the responses to your own growth experience
~ Why there is so much emphasis on order (seder) and why this order actually leads you on a journey towards enhancing your spiritual existence and negating your physical ego
~ What the liberation from Egypt has to do with your life today and how Pesach guides you to build yourself as a liberated person
The Seder for Pesach/ the Seder for Life
The Four Sons: The Mystery and Their Mission
Giving Over the Message of the Haggadah
Pesach Matzo and Marror: More than a Shankbone, Cracker and Bitter Herbs
About Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller: Internationally acclaimed speaker and educator, Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller has been a full-time lecturer at Neve Yerushalayim College in Jerusalem since 1980, impacting the lives of thousands of women worldwide. She is also the author of six popular books, including Here You Are, Battle Plans, and This Way Up.
“Rebbetzin Heller’s webinars are wonderful and I so appreciate being able to learn from her all the way from Chicago! Please express my gratitude for the high level learning she shares, yet very practical words of wisdom to live by consciously each day.”
“I can’t tell you how much I am loving Rebbetzin Heller’s online workshops. I’m inspired. I can tell I’m on the right road! What a blessing!! The webinars are extremely insightful and beautiful. It feels right to listen to someone who thinks like I do and also brings beautiful light to the table. I love it! It encourages my best!”
“Rebbetzin Heller’s teachings are so beautiful, deep, clear, practical, invigorating, inspirational.”
“I am so grateful to Hashem for this class, I look forward to it every week. I love that what we are taught also connects us as klal Yisroel each learning at different levels, connecting, struggling and learning and growing.”
Linda, New Haven