Rosh Hashanah – Morning Plan

The Order of the Day:


Plan– Universality

(Serve Hashem by Act)

(Serve Adam through Heart)

Worlds of Action
Pray- (6 am)(Kavanah)(15)
Meditation (15)
Written Plan

Formation (Number)
Create a few minutes of blog (Both Kabbalah and Business)
Create a few minutes of the something to connect to the world of Formation

Divinity (Elohim)– 
Create an Adomic Structure of the business as Automation (the algorithms)
Create a holy place to sleep at  night


– Torah Study- redefined Plan

Read Kabbalah or Scripture
sing, eat, bathe

Family Connections

Heart relationship with Hashem
Kiss my family

Torah in the World extending to Assilut
Torah Structure in Business
Torah Structure in Family


Walk the straight line- Mitzvot achievement

Start work- Follow Checklist, Perform Work
Negative Mitzvot- abstain

Positive Relationship with Each Dimension
Spiritual- Maintain


-Create the Foundation in the World of Assilut


– Pharaoh- how to see the day


Face the crisis with Love thy Neighbor

What is the Sefirot that will be attacking from an upside down place.


Love the World/ Love the Neighbor/ Love the connections


Keter/ Da’at begins to form in the spiritual world (Attempt to make spiritual decisions)

Let my people go.


– Beauty Working in the field


– See- Begin to walk with Faith above Reason. Mitzvot are from the Heart


– Connect to the Four Worlds as HOD/Natzach/Geverah/Chesed


– Form the initial Da’at (The flame of decision making)




Review the work of the day and begin to form the connection to tomorrow

Evaluation of the Day= New Plan


– Relationship to Reason


– The communication line to G-d is built


– Forgive


Love the World (For Giving) Prepare for bed (Fall asleep in the Arms of Binah)


Open to all.


Line of communication with G-d


In the seat of Hashem/Keter


– Freedom to Chose


– Freedom to Love


– Connection to Hashem always

Daily Hebraic Time Cycle

Each day should begin with at least a thought for the progress of the day.

The plan is the mitzvot that triggers the rest of the automated behavioral process through out the rest of the day.

  1. Malchut- Plan- What is the G-Dly purpose of the day and what mitzvots will be performed.
  2. Yesod- Formation- The Torah of the day.
  3. Hod- Humility- The silence of walking in the way
  4. Natzach- Confronting your Hasatan
  5. Tifferet-Crossing the Sea of Reeds- Beauty
  6. Gevurah- Judgment- Walking the Line
  7. Chesed- the balance between all of the other Seferot
  8. Da’at- (Keter) the power of creation

The Three Foundation Hebraic Feasts

We all are experiencing some trials and tribulations this past week, but it’s great to find encouragement and support.

There are three important feasts that we begin in, that strengthen and prepare us for our ultimate confrontation with Pharaoh and his army.

Rosh Hashanah is a time of reflecting over…How did we come to this place…how can we change ourselves…and a time of crying out to the God of our Fathers for help in the transformation. We desire to walk in His Kingdom. This is a beginning point for coming to the Kingdom.

We know how much we long for that close relationship with our Creator. We are going to choose the Creator over every other thing that we desire in our hearts.

We experience Yom Kippur as we come to understand the rules of the Torah, though we may not be walking in this with our hearts yet. This is the foundation of Torah, but it is our beginning and not the end of our day, our week, our month, our year…or our STORY! smile emoticon This appointed time is about our foundation!

And then we come to Sukkot….a time of walking in faith. Faith that our Creator provides us with all that we need for the journey, every moment of every day. The manna, the water, the shelter, all provision! When we watch God take care of our needs moment by moment, we grow in our strength and our confidence..for facing our enemy!

Remember, God is kind and God sees. Remember in the Torah that Israel comes out of Egypt as a fledgling people who have not learned all the lessons of what it means to be a free people who choose the Torah. God takes them on a longer route through the wilderness, because they are not yet ready for war! (See Exodus 13:17)

When the time comes for us to face our adversary, we want to be strong and steady in the Kingdom, the Foundation, and the Glory…which are the first three Feasts…and the first group of Sefirot in the Tree of Life.

I hope you will join us next time…even if you just need a group hug!

Have a lovely Shabbat…and may we come face to face with our Creator.