2022-06-01 – LH4 – YD1 – Maachaley Akum 2 – Para. 7-9 | Breslov Shiurim, Breslov Classes


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2022-06-01 – LH4 – YD1 – Maachaley Akum 2 – Para. 7-9

Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. This halakha is based on Likutey Moharan 2, Torah 8. Yayin Nesech, Kol, Akdamos.
00:00 – PARAGRAPH 7. The prohibition of drinking the wine of a non-Jew – yayin nesech. Tochecha (holy rebuke) can sweeten a harsh judgment at its root. “Song is only said with wine” (Brochos 35).
11:00 – Wine is associated with song and the elevation of how the voice is used.
13:27 – “Az Yashir Moshe uVenei Yisrael” (Shemos).
17:50 – QUESTION and RESPONSE about the practical application of the issur of yayin nesech.
19:20 – PARAGRAPH 8. The prohibition of drinking the wine of a non-Jew – yayin nesech.
25:00 – Note about the Name of Hashem and the four tzaddikim of the Kisey HaKavod.
34:54 – QUESTION and RESPONSE: Is Shavuos an aspect of Yitzchak Avinu and Olam Habah?
36:54 – PARAGRAPH 9.
39:08 – The Arizal states that haTeva (nature) is begematria Elokim. “There is no such thing as nature”.
* All of creation is an interdependent network. Constellations are related to people, because every person has the ability for tikkun (spiritual repair). The individual therefore has the power to bring a great light to all worlds, or the opposite.
42:16 – The Torah was given over to the hands of man. The account of Rabbi Eliezer eliciting the endorsement of Heaven that his ruling was correct. Rabbi Joshua then said: ” ‘The Torah is not in heaven!’ … We take no notice of heavenly voices, since You, Hashem, told us at Sinai that ruling in the Torah ‘follows the majority.’ “(Bava Metzia 59a–b).
*43:10 – Teshuvah was established before the creation of the world. Shabbos is an aspect of Teshuvah. In the future, all will be miracles.
47:34 – The activation of the Song of the Future. Through holy song, our sins are forgiven.

*49:09 – The Akdamos sung on Shavuos was composed by Rabbi Meir bar Yitzchak (Nehorai) of Orléans, a baal tefilah in Germany, who died about 1095 BCE.
*51:14 – QUESTION and RESPONSE on the connection between Shem Mem Beis, sweetening harsh judgments at their root, and praying with a nigun (melody).

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