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2021 counts

Date (2021) Omer
Day
Spiritual Quality Location Type
May 15
(Saturday)
49 Malchut of Malchut At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 49 teaching here
Shavuot begins Sunday, May 16th, at sundown. Chag sameach!
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2021 days counted

Date (2020)
and Time
Omer
Day
Spiritual Quality Location Type
March 28
(Sunday)
1 Chesed of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 1 teaching here
April 4
(Sunday)
8 Gevurah of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 8 teaching here
April 11
(Sunday)
15 Tiferet of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 15 teaching here
April 18
(Sunday)
22 Netzach of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 22 teaching here
April 25
(Sunday)
29 Hod of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 29 teaching here
April 29
(Thursday)
33
Lag Ba'Omer
Hod of Hod At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 33 teaching here
May 2
(Sunday)
36 Yesod of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 36 teaching here
May 9
(Sunday)
43 Malchut of Chesed At your home View and download overview here
View and download day 43 teaching here
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