In this presentation, Keith discusses aspects of the masculine and feminine principle that can been seen throughout the scriptures. He explores various Hebrew words and shows the importance of understanding the dualities of the masculine and feminine in the scripture and throughout nature.
In this portion Keith discusses the duality of our current reality and contrasts the various elements and energies. He discusses how many precedents are established in early Genesis that relate to a plethora of other subjects.
He also discusses how a detailed study of Genesis can give us insight into our own psychology and the balance of internal forces.
Keith also discusses the aleph-tav as well as the gestation process of creation.
Keith discusses the subject of tithes and first-fruits and how the typical religious concepts of these subjects differs from the Biblical accounts. He also discusses the mounts of blessing and cursing. We see that the subjects pertain in many ways with how one uses their personal power to help or harm others. Keith also discusses the importance of cultivating the attributes of honesty, sincerity and integrity.
In this portion Keith discusses the importance of gaining mastery of the lower self and developing a disciplined thought life. He also discusses managing our personal energy and using it wisely and for good.
In this portion, Keith discusses the importance of being consciously present in the here and now and how we have the opportunity every moment to obey or disobey. He also discusses Mount Ebal and Mount Gerizim and the importance of their geography and themes in other passages of scripture.
Keith discusses the concept of being enjoined or attached to something. He talks about various aspects of the nature of reality, specifically the quantum energy field. We are all created with a need to feed upon energy, but what things are we looking to for our sustenance?
As we begin the book of Deuteronomy, Keith discusses some of the important lessons that we can learn from the experiences of the Children of Israel. He also discusses what it means to be a good judge and some of the pitfalls of not being impartial.
Keith discusses the importance of guarding one's own word and the prophetic implications of several aspects of these portions. He also discusses the stages of the spiritual journey as well as purifying qualities, skills or traits from our former life.
Recently Keith gave a presentation at a Shavuot (Pentecost) celebration. He discusses the connection between space and time through the scriptures and throughout nature. He shows the parallels of Moses and David and how their lives illustrate prophetic cycles of time. In this presentation, Keith talks about a wide array of topics such as biology, astronomy, gematria as well as the tabernacle.