There is a part of your brain that is beyond time and space - it's called your Neshoma or Divine Soul. How can you access and use your Neshoma in your everyday life? This training-video will get you started.
Today is the yartzeit of the father of Jewish mysticism, the holy Arizal. He passed away today, the 5th day of the month of Av in the year 1572 and was buried in the old cememtary in Safas in Galilee region of Israel. The Ari was so holy that he knew the languages of the animals and birds and could see souls in the flame of a candle.
Once one of his students saw the master's lips were moving while he was napping on Shabbos. The student bent down to hear what the Arizal was saying and woke him up. The tzaddick asked his student what he was doing and the the student answered that he wanted to hear. The Arizal told his student that when he sleeps that his soul goes to Heaven and learns the mysteries of the Torah. The student asked if the Arizal would tell him what he just learned. The Ari answered that if all of the seas were ink and all of the sky were paper he would not be able to write down in 80 years what he just learned.
In honor of the Arizal's passing, here is a short video from ilovetorah.