As we begin the book of Deuteronomy, we discuss the importance of being accurate in are judgments about issues and not showing partiality. We also discuss what at times is the difficult process of the walk of truth.
We discuss oaths and vows, particularly pertaining to women as well as the importance of being true to our word. We also discuss the cycles of time and seasons, or stages of life. In addition, we examine the nature of time and consciousness and consider the ramifications of scientific experiments in the realm of quantum physics.
In this portion, we discuss the havoc that Israel faced after the plan of Balaam had been fully implemented. We consider the bravery of Pinchas/Phineas and how he was successful in stopping the plague that was inflicted upon the nation. We also examine the importance of developing discernment to determine the "bed bug line" and maintaining focus.
In this portion we examine some of the strange rituals of the Bible and discuss paradoxes associated with them. We consider some of the similarities of the ritual of the red heifer as compared to the copper serpent that was remedy for a poisonous snake bite. In this teaching, we also see many of the connections of the serpent symbol with the Messiah.
In this portion we take a look at the rebellion in the wilderness. We examine the attempted coup d'état by Korah and his followers. What motivates this kind of action and thinking. Do we see these same personality traits in our time?
In this portion, we talk about the time when the twelve men were sent to search out the land. We contrast how ten of them saw the challenges compared to Joshua and Caleb. We examine the importance of our perception and perspectives in reaching our full potential.
In this portion we examine some of the symbolism of the menorah and how it is very relevant for us now. We discuss how by not yielding to the lower nature that we are able to transcend to higher levels of being and focus. We discuss the silver trumpets and the importance of hearing their message. We also discuss some of the challenges that we face in the process of purification and spiritual growth.
In this portion, we discuss the census of the families of the Levites and each of their functions pertaining to the tabernacle. We also discuss the ritual of the wayward wife and how it connects to other passages.
For years Science has sought a "Unified Field Theory" to reconcile various laws and theories. Perhaps it has not occurred to them because they have been attempting to do so through the prism of the wrong tree. In this presentation that was given during Shavuot (Feast of Weeks), Keith ties together many concepts and illustrates how many dualities are often unified.