After graduating from the Ponovitch Yeshiva in Bnei Brak and studying in kollel, the Rav was requested to give shiurim to both avreichim and baale batim who shared a common and intense desire to come closer to Hashem. These lectures ultimately grew to become the Bilvavi Mishkan Evneh series of 9 volumes. Thousands of sets of this series have been distributed free to Torah institutions and synagogues in the USA and Israel.

The Rav later also gave a series of shiurim at the well-known Shorashim  kiruv center in Tel Aviv that became the Da Es series which emphasize self attainment and the search for the real “me.” This series continues till today.

After these sefarim started to circulate widely, the author visited the USA and Canada several times at the request of the various communities whose lives had been profoundly affected by the Rav’s teachings. More recently the Rav travelled to Panama, Argentina and Brazil.

More recently, the Rav has focused on the topic of the Four Elements and wants to train therapists and open therapy centers using the methods derived from the ancient Rabbincal tradition to treat modern ailments. The Yashar Foundation of Passaic, NJ has been instrumental in implementing the Rav's teachings.

In Ellul 5777, the closest talmidim of the Rav started a Iyun kollel in Hashmonayimn where the Rav gives weekly lectures.

To date close to 50 sefarim have been published in hebrew. Several of his sefarim have been translated into english: Building a Sanctuary in the Heart Part One and Part Two, Getting to Know Your Self, Getting to Know Your Soul, Getting to Know Your Home, Getting to Know Your Feelings. Recently published in english include a translation of the first part of the Rav's commentary on Mesillas Yesharim, entitled "Bilvavi on the Path" and an anthology of drashas on the HolyDays. Currently being edited is a series of drashas the Rav delivered to women as well as the Rav's weekly shmuess delivered every Motzoei Shabbos from Bnei Brak.

The Rav has studied the full spectrum of Torah literature that deal with the topic of “how to best serve Hashem.” Using an eclectic approach, he has developed a method that speaks to the hearts of Jews from all walks of life from modern orthodox youths to Meah She’arim chassidim.

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