In this four-part series with Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller, we uncover the elements of Fire, Water, Earth and Air within our souls. With practical guidelines, this journey of self-discovery will help you recognize your strengths and weaknesses and aid you in finding the path toward your personal perfection.
Class 1: Fire
Aspects of Fire relate to arrogance, conceit, and anger. In everyone’s nature, we have all four elements, but one dominates. Discover which one predominates and what to do with it.
Class 2: Water
Water is the basis of all pleasure. Pleasure is necessary to sustain the soul, but achieving balance with this element can be a tremendous challenge.
Class 3: Earth
Everything stems from earth and therefore it has endless possibility. Discover how tapping into earth helps us stabilize all of the other elements.
Class 4: Air
Air is the element of motivation. Air interacts with the other elements in an important way and can be utilized to enrich elements which may be weaker.
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.
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