The incredible story of the Jewish people’s slavery and redemption from Egypt is so much more than just our history. It is a step-by-step guide to understanding ourselves, breaking free of our inner barriers, and reaching our fullest potential.
Weaving together classic Torah sources, Kabbalistic works, psychology, and the author’s experience in Jewish education and outreach, Rabbi Buxbaum uses the Exodus story to illustrate how to elevate our inner world—represented by fire, wind, water, and earth, liberate ourselves from self-imposed limitations, and achieve true inner freedom.
“This beautiful new work unlocks ancient wisdom regarding one’s personal life mission, providing practical, transformational guidance toward becoming truly free.”
Rabbi Judah Mischel, author of Baderech
“In this genuine masterpiece, [we] are gifted a holistic system…to help us accelerate our personal growth and spiritual development. Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum brilliantly demonstrates the way [earth, fire, wind, water] manifest throughout the Biblical narrative.”
Rabbi Yaakov Klein, author of Story of Our Lives
“Melding an understanding of human behavior with a message of hope, the author delivers a true gem and gift for those seeking a spiritual life and a taste of inner freedom.”
Menachem Poznanski, LCSW, author of Consciously
Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum is a passionate Jewish educator, motivational speaker, and life coach in the Greater Washington DC area, working with both families and young adults from all different Jewish backgrounds. A student of Yeshivas Toras Moshe and the Mirrer Yeshiva, Rabbi Buxbaum received rabbinic ordination from Aish HaTorah and Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, zt”l. Rabbi Buxbaum was the rabbi of Aish HaTorah of Greater Washington for eight years before launching the Lev Experience together with his wife, Devorah, with the mission of empowering individuals to find greater meaning, purpose, and possibilities in life by deepening their connection to Jewish wisdom and values. Rabbi Buxbaum also hosts a weekly podcast called “The Empowered Jewish Living Podcast,” lectures for various other educational institutions in Maryland and is a frequent scholar-in-residence throughout America. Rabbi Buxbaum, his wife, and their six children live in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Author Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
Number of pages 224
Binding type Hard Cover