Search Results "Afterlife"
The Dybbuk and Reincarnation of the Soul - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Nowadays, the phenomenon referred to as Dybbuk is so rare it is almost extinct. There are those who claim that among the emotionally disturbed people on hospitals’ psychiatric wards some are not truly sick, but simply possessed by a wandering spirit
The Significance of a Yahrzeit: The Annual Memorial for the Deceased
What is the purpose and significance of a Yahrzeit / Azkarah? Learn how to elevate the soul of a beloved one that has passed away
Research Proves the Immortality of the Soul
In the past few decades, scientific research has also proven to disbelievers that man’s “I” is his spiritual essence — backing our belief in the immortality of the soul
What Happens to Us After We Die? Afterlife, Paradise and Hell - Rabbi YY Jacobson
What happens to the soul in the world to come? What is the Jewish perspective of afterlife? Be inspired in another remarkable lecture by Rabbi YY Jacobson
Reincarnation & the End of Days
In this fascinating clip, Rabbi Yitzchak Botton explains the purpose of reincarnation and how it will affect the end of days
Can a Noahide do teshuvah?
BS”D Shalom Kvod Ha Rav. I have the following question in regards to Chasidei Umot ha Olam. It is written that neither Noahides or any other non Jew were given the gift of teshuvah, only to Am Israel. Moreover, a non Jew who did many sins before becoming a Noahide will face severe punishment in the Afterlife. Since this is the truth, why a Noahide feels remorse for his past actions since he cannot undo the sin? What point there is to become better if all Noahides are insignificant in the Almighty’s eyes?
Life After Life - 4: Ghostly Phenomena
Hitchhikers who Vanish or A Dead Man that Comes to Save the Life of a Relative. Ghostly Phenomena!
Life after life - 5: The Appearance of the Dead in a Dream
The family members believe that Rabbi Segel, who had been very careful about the possessions and monies of others, had been granted permission by heaven to be revealed in a dream in order to take care of this small debt
Life after life - 3: Return of Souls as if they Were Alive
"They told this account to Rabbi Noach, who then went into the room. When he saw the deceased he said to him: ‘I request that you stop coming here, because it scares the children.’ He never came again."
Life after life - 2: Dybbuk - The Spirit of a Dead Person Entering the Body
Rabbi Shalom concluded by quoting Rabbi Eliyahu: "We can learn from this story the awful power of desire [for evil]. Even its great fear of the five destroying angels that is saw could not stop the dybbuk from speaking the type of vile and derisive words that it was accustomed to speak while alive. May God protect us and save us from such sin."
Life After Life - 1: The Phenomena of Near Death Experiences (NDE)
"Above me was a light that was clearer than anything I had ever seen. Afterwards a form appeared before me and communicated to me without words, instructing me to look downward. There I saw a ball about the size of a tennis ball rotating slowly in space."
Near Death Experience in the Talmud
The Talmud states; for three days after burial, it is still possible for a person to return to life! What does Modern day Science have to to say about that?
“When Is the Religious Burial Society Coming to Bury Me?”
Says deceased man to children in a dream
Is There Life After Death?
How does it work? Is there a male soul and a female soul?
Did the Jewish people ever achieve a state of rectification?
In Rabbi Zamir Cohen’s workshop which aired on Channel 97 entitled "Dealing with fears and anger-Part II", he said that it was worth it for G-d to raise the level of all the Israelites at Mount Sinai to the level of prophets. Their bodies became pure. My question is didn’t that situation rectify Adam's sin?
A Message from the Next World
“We decided not to do anything for our mother since she didn’t give us a sign from heaven so it’s not true”
A Piece of Heaven- Eternal Real Estate
I understand that I have to keep the Torah, and the 613 mitzvahs. I understand that this world that we live in is only temporary and we are all here because G-d wants to cleanse our soul and gets us ready for our afterlife, and part of that is and we have to complete our mission here before to be to go to heaven. I also understand that we may have to hell to cleanse our soul, and pay back for whatever we did not cleanse her on earth before we go to haven. My question to you is this so what if I don’t keep all the Torah and the 613 mitzvahs? From what I understand there are different stages in heaven. Moshe Rabbeinu probably is the greatest person that lived so he would probably live in lets say the Beverly Hills of heaven, where as I the average Joe will probably live in live just the Los Angeles of haven, and not as good as Beverly hills. So what if I still live in Los Angeles? Don’t we all say that everyone will have a piece of heaven, so what difference does it make what piece you have?