Sefirat Ha’Omer/Counting of the Omer

We are commanded to count seven weeks from the time that the omer, the new barley offering, was brought in the Beit HaMikdash.

A Spiritual Guide to the Counting of the Omer: Forty-Nine Steps to Personal Refinement

“With the mitzvah of counting the 49 days, known as Sefirat Ha’Omer, the Torah invites us on a journey into the human psyche, into the soul.

A Passover Dictionary: What Do All These Strange Hebrew Terms Mean?

“On the night before Passover (this year…on Thursday night, April 14th), the Jewish people gather in their homes at sundown and begin searching for any remaining chametz.

Pesach Seder

We conduct the seder using a Haggadah, which means “telling.” The Haggadah facilitates the retelling of the story of the Exodus from Egypt. Also, it guides participants through the ritual-rich Seder meal, indicating when and how to perform each ritual.

Sell Your Chametz

One of the prime elements of the Passover Holiday is the removal of leaven products, known as ‘Chametz’ from one’s possession.

The Spiritual Potential of Pesach

Pesach recalls historically the liberation from slavery in Egypt through a manifested intervention of HKBH.

Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide

Free “Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide”

A Kabbalistic Kavanna for Eating Matzah at the Seder

“Matzah on Pesach is a powerful remedy that penetrates to the soul’s depths and heals ancient wounds.

Emor Project’s Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide

View Emor Project’s free “Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide” to learn how to clean for Pesach in a relaxed yet “kosher” manner.