Tinkling piano keys and a foot tapping rhythm turn lemons into lemonade creating an irresistible urge to sing along!
Everyone has bad days and that's the time to turn on the Music Man. Tony Kosinec and Michael Vermeylen deliver a joyful rendition of a tale about a beaten man turned into happy go-lucky troubadour whose song is guaranteed to take your pain away! Original music inspired by the actual experience of Kabbalah students and instructors.
A globally-produced song for a global connection
Where does real change come from?
A song created out of the unity among friends
Jazzy blues instrumental showcasing southern-style spiritual yearning
Foot tapping minstrel-style music turns lemons into lemonade.
A cappella lyrics interpret There Is None Else Besides Him.
Kabbalistic intention poignantly interpreted by violin, guitar and piano.
Majestic violin and piano rendering of music by Baal HaSulam.
A folk song describing the love and harmony among humankind as if it were happening now
The making of the aptly dubbed anthem of the Unity Sessions - “Everything Comes From Above”
The recording of “Brand New World” from the Unity Sessions in New York
The recording of “The Quitter” from the Unity Sessions in New York
Hearts Jerusalem is a song about discovering the Jerusalem inside of ourselves
It can be positive to be a quitter. It all depends on what you want to quit.
Seth Breitman's song "Everything Comes From Above" recorded as part of the Unity Sessions
A moving song that speaks about penetrating The Book of Zohar
Behind the scenes of the song "Hearts Jerusalem," the song that aims to find the Jerusalem that's in the heart
The recording of “A Little More Love” from the Unity Sessions in New York
Free weekly updates, articles and videos.
Bnei Baruch is a non-profit organization for teaching and sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah. To maintain its independence and integrity, Bnei Baruch is not supported, funded, or otherwise tied to any government, religious or political entity. Its success in disseminating the Wisdom of Kabbalah to the world is directly related to the contribution of personal time and financial support by its students.