This Week’s Torah Meditation:

“BO” is the Torah meditation for this week.
G-D’s Devine directive to Moses to tell Pharaoh to let his people go for I have hardened his heart and the heart of his servants. What does it mean that G-D hardened Pharaoh’s heart? G-D gives us freedom of Choice. Hindsight is 20/20 vision. If we knew the outcome of our decisions that would hardly give us freedom of choice. We are accountable for our choices that we make and if we choose right we are rewarded. On the other hand, if we choose wrong we are punished.
This teaches us that we have to call on G-D to come with us in all our trials and tribulations. G-D in all his glory asks us to come with him so that we can get out of ourselves and break the physical barriers that have been brought upon us since creation. To achieve the victory in which Hashem has granted us, we must cling to him at all times. 🤗

This Week’s Torah Wisdom and Meditation is:

VAEIRAH teaches us that everything that happens is for the best! G-d asked Moses to go to Pharaoh and to tell him to “let my people go” after that things got worse and Moses cried to G-d and said, you asked me to go to Pharoah and I did what you said and things got worse than they were before. G-d said to Moses, “just watch and see what I do, you have nothing to fear. I am G-d and you don’t know what I know. Trust me! “ Sometime, we trust Hashem and we do things that we believe are right by Hashem, and things get worse. The more severe the downfall, the more elevated the triumph! When We Obey G-D.


Everyone Has His Own Path To Go

Hi,

My name is Bosmat Perry , I live in herzelya Israel.

I am 48 years old. happily Married  with 3 daughters.

I am  expert to relationship , especially with in our self.

AND MY MOTO IN LIFE IS  ; when you good to your self, you are good to the world.

Today I want to talk  about the difference between us , and how I treat my family especially my children and my husband and also my dear patients.

“Train a lad in the way he ought to go ”
This verse, from Book of Proverbs, is so smart and true .

It comes to tell us that there is no one person similar to another and basically everyone has the way he goes and what suits him.

Therefore there is no point in comparison, meaning:
Everyone has their own talents and the way they can be reached and not everything that suits me suits you.


That’s how I treat the patients that comes to me.
First of all, I’m getting to know them about all their behavior patterns and the way they think, and then match the exact right treatment plan for them.
There are some that thanks to the insights I gave them makes a break through. when they open their hearts  to me , the token falls and development process starts.

some will get practical cognitive tools and use them to make a progress, and for others I will reflect their inner self in the mirror and that will be enough for them to make the change.


all these ways will get them to self acceptance and love.
Any path you choose whether long or short, winding or straight, together we will find the right way for you.

 I’m here to guide you to a better relationship with yourself. 

Bosmat Perry BY SKYPE& MESSENGER

Hello Friends and Goodbye to 2018!

At the end of each year I like to take agood honest look at myself to see what has worked well for me and to see whathas not. I do this to create a better and happier life for myself, and I recommend this as something that you should try too. A self assessment of the good, the bad, and the ugly is a great way to figure out where you are emotionally; and to discover where you need to go in order to create a happier, and a more fulfilling life for yourself.

Here are some questions for you to ponder:

What have I done to maximize my psychological well-being?

What have I done to improve my self-esteem?

What has held me back in terms of my personal relationships?

How emotionally vulnerable have I allowed myself to be within my personal relationships?

In which ways have I succeeded in trying new things outside of my comfort zone?

These are just a few of many questions that you can ask yourself. Of course there are many more, the possibilities are endless. Ask yourself the questions, write down your responses, and periodically check them throughout the year to see how well you are doing, andin which areas you can improve on.

The focus on this blog moving forward will be to focus in on subjects that are of interest to you. I will write about love, sex, relationships, and most importantly – about the subjects that intrigue you the most. In order to do that though, I need your help! Pleaseemail me at jennifer.barkin@gmail.com with topics that you wish to see addressed here.

I wish you all the best for a Happy and healthy New Year. May you all find the love that you desire and deserve.

Jennifer

xoxo