Emuna Beams

Emuna and body-soul harmony with author, spiritual guide and health coach Rabbi Lazer Brody

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Episodes

Soldering Souls

Thursday Jan 12, 2023

Thursday Jan 12, 2023

Proper, positive and successful speech communication is critically important in building a bond of emuna. There cannot be a viable and lasting relationship without it.

The True Leader: Parshas Shmos

Thursday Jan 12, 2023

Thursday Jan 12, 2023

Moses sacrificed career and comfort to fight tyranny. He exposed himself to danger when he came to the rescue of a poor slave in distress. This week's Torah portion shows us the selflessness of a true leader who cares about every single human being. A poignant story about the great Rebbe Tzvi Elimelech of Dinov shows how our true leaders follow in the footsteps of Moses.

The Path to Your Peak

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Here's how to maximize your potential. From this moment on, stop comparing yourself to anyone else on earth. Get to know your unique talents and aptitudes. They are the tools that help you reach your personal peak, your mission and goal in life. The Path to Your Peak has helped thousands of people do just that. It can help you too.

A Fresh New Start

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Monday Jan 09, 2023

There's nothing healthier for body and soul than a new beginning, making a fresh start. The spirit influences the body. So, when the spirit declares a fresh start, the body becomes rejuvenated! By removing the focus from our setbacks and disappointments, we avoid sadness and depression. And if we messed up by committing some transgression, we simply ask forgiveness from Hashem and promise to do our best to improve. Once we've made teshuva, the past is wiped away – the transgression no longer exists! Therefore, by declaring a new start, we destroy sadness and depression, especially the depression that follows a transgression.

Sifting the Flour

Friday Jan 06, 2023

Friday Jan 06, 2023

Rebbe Elimelech of Lizensk longed for the coming of Moshiach (Messiah), a day when truth and justice will prevail the world over. He told a parable about a baker sifting flour, which he said would be indicative of Moshiach's imminent arrival. This amazing parable helps us understand current events today.

The Fragile Flame

Thursday Jan 05, 2023

Thursday Jan 05, 2023

How do two soulmates merge? What holds them together? Today's lesson provides a deep insight into the soul itself and the way it connects with its mate.

Wednesday Jan 04, 2023

In the final chapter of Genesis, Joseph gives his brothers a lesson in emuna. This lesson is vital for every one of us to this day. There's absolutely nothing to fear...

The Serene Soul

Friday Dec 30, 2022

Friday Dec 30, 2022

Although the world is rife with suffering and tribulations, few are the fortunate individuals who know how to cope with indignity. King David was one of them. We now have the opportunity to learn his secret of "The Serene Soul."

Shining Sun, Bright Moon

Thursday Dec 29, 2022

Thursday Dec 29, 2022

In Kabbalistic teachings, we learn that a man receives his income by virtue of the illumination of his wife's soul. He must act like the sun and shine brightly on her. She is identical to the moon. Even her bodily rhythm is lunar. And like the moon, she does great things with the light she gets from the sun. Today's lesson provides a much deeper understanding of the marital relationship.

Wednesday Dec 28, 2022

In one dramatic moment, Joseph suddenly sees the events that brought him to Egypt in a new light. He realizes that his agony of slavery and incarceration was an amazing "act one" of the same drama that catapulted him to the pinnacle of power in Egypt. He sees the Divine Hand that wrote the script. He discovers the exquisite and very intricately-detailed picture of Divine Direction. Joseph gains a rare glimpse of Hashem's engineering of events that is beyond the grasp of the wildest imagination.

Try a Hug

Wednesday Dec 28, 2022

Wednesday Dec 28, 2022

A distraught teacher was having terrible disciplinary problems with a boy in his class. He sought advice from the great Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Vozner, of blessed memory... 

The Bond of Gratitude

Thursday Dec 22, 2022

Thursday Dec 22, 2022

"Beholden" is a synonym for "grateful". The Oxford Dictionary defines beholden as, "Owing thanks or having a duty to someone in return for help or a service." The sample sentence the dictionary uses is, "I don't like to be beholden to anybody." An attitude like that in a relationship is devastating, whether it's a relationship with the Almighty or with your spouse. Grateful people are never bitter but bitter people are never grateful.

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Emuna Beams

Welcome to the podcast of author, life coach and spiritual guide Rabbi Lazer Brody, Orthodox Rabbi, Certified Fitness Trainer and Health Coach. If you're looking for body-soul harmony, a fulfilling life and inner peace, you've come to the right place.

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