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The Essential Kabbalah by Daniel C. Matt
A translation of the Kabbalah for the layperson includes a compact presentation of each primary text and features a practical analysis and vital historical information that offer insight into the various aspects of Jewish mysticism.
The Essential Kabbalah by Daniel Chanan Matt
Presents the primary texts of the Kabbalah with practical analysis and historical information.
The Essential Zohar by Rav P.S. Berg
For thousands of years, no book has been more shrouded in mystery than the Zohar, yet no book offers us greater wisdom. The central text of Kabbalah, the Zohar is a commentary on the Bible’s narratives, laws, and genealogies and a map of the spiritual landscape. In The Essential Zohar, the eminent kabbalist Rav P. S. Berg decodes its teachings on evil, redemption, human relationships, wealth and poverty, and other fundamental concerns from a practical, contemporary perspective. The Zohar and Kabbalah have traditionally been known as the world’s most esoteric sources of spiritual knowledge, but Rav Berg has dedicated his life to making this concentrated distillation of infinite wisdom available to people of all faiths so that we may use its principles to live each day in harmony with the divine.
Kabbalah by David S. Ariel
Today, many people from all faiths are exploring the Kabbalah. What was once contoversial and esoteric teachings from midieval Jewish mystics now is becoming one of the latest spiritual trends sweeping across America. The book has a completely revised introduction and several substantially revised chapters, making key ideas less abstract and more comprehensible to readers, and now includes a section called the 10 Main Conceptual Principles.
Essential Papers On Kabbalah by Lawrence Fine
Occupied by Memory explores the memories of the first Palestinian intifada. Based on extensive interviews with members of the "intifada generation," those who were between 10 and 18 years old when the intifada began in 1987, the book provides a detailed look at the intifada memories of ordinary Palestinians. These personal stories are presented as part of a complex and politically charged discursive field through which young Palestinians are invested with meaning by scholars, politicians, journalists, and other observers. What emerges from their memories is a sense of a generation caught between a past that is simultaneously traumatic, empowering, and exciting—and a future that is perpetually uncertain. In this sense, Collins argues that understanding the stories and the struggles of the intifada generation is a key to understanding the ongoing state of emergency for the Palestinian people. The book will be of interest not only to scholars of the Middle East but also to those interested in nationalism, discourse analysis, social movements, and oral history.
The Kabbalah by S. L. MacGregor Mathers
The Zohar, “The Book of Splendor,” is the foundation of Kabbalah, the increasingly popular and famous theosophical teaching central to Jewish mysticism. This volume offers a profound commentary on the Five Books of Moses and the key to understanding the universe and man’s pilgrimage on Earth contained in the Ten Sefirot.
Giving by Yehudah Ashlag
"English translation of essays from Matan Torah originally published in Hebrew and authored by Baal Hasulam, who is considered the foremost Kabbalist of the 20th century. These essays offer an introduction to Kabbalah accessible to all readers and are accompanied by the commentary of a living master of the teachings of Baal Hasulam"--
Kabbalah For All by Cengizhan Kaptan
Kabbalah for All is about the consciousness of "self" in line with the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah. Kabbalah, beyond all descriptions, helps human beings realize the meaning of their lives and transform their souls according to the plan of the Creation. Kabbalah can be studied by anyone who wants to learn the true purpose of life and transform his soul from perishing corporeal desires to altruism. The author, Kaptan, explains to the wayfarer that Kabbalah is all about love and the paths to the spiritual worlds and to attain the Creator, the Beloved, will be only possible through the power of love. This book is an introductory book to the wisdom of Kabbalah and is mainly focused on the teachings of the great Kabbalist Isaac Luria who is known also as Ari. The Tree of Life, as depicted by Ari, is a wonderful system that explains the methodology to attain the Creator. The author defines that the true and proper path to attain the Creator is wonderfully and metaphorically explained within the concept of the Tree of Life and depicts how to benefit from the Tree of Life in order to climb the Tree and reach the upper worlds, which in fact are within a person who gains consciousness by transforming his egoistic desires to altruistic ones. The author also explains the usefulness of the ego and encourages the reader to use it at its best capacity in order to reach a higher level of consciousness. The language of the book is kept as simple as possible and although the basic terminology and structure of Kabbalah is given to the reader, it is done in a way that will not tire or distract the wayfarer. One of the most important messages of this book is that one should love friends as one loves her/himself, and only then will accomplishing the eternal love be possible. You will notice that your transformation will be in process while you are reading this book and this will help you realize and feel the wise system of the Lurianic Kabbalah.
Kabbalah For Dummies by Arthur Kurzweil
Kabbalah For Dummies presents a balanced perspective of Kabbalah as an “umbrella” for a complex assemblage of mystical Jewish teachings and codification techniques. Kabbalah For Dummies also shows how Kabbalah simultaneously presents an approach to the study of text, the performance of ritual and the experience of worship, as well as how the reader can apply its teaching to everyday life.
Practical Kabbalah by Laibl Wolf
Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish wisdom that explains the laws of spiritual energy. Up until very recently the Kabbalah was reserved for the elite, those who only after years of scholarship and practice were allowed to enter this mystical realm. However, one doesn't need to devote one's life to intense study to reap the rich rewards of the Kabbalah. With just a basic understanding of a few key concepts, our lives can be enriched immensely. We can then begin to fulfill our deepest dreams and reach our most important goals, becoming the people we long to become. By learning to understand the Sefirot--the ten spiritual properties that flow from the cosmic source into our heart--we can connect to the universe and profoundly transform our experience of daily life. For example, Hessed, or "loving-kindness," represents the desire to be generous, while Gevurah is the desire to focus intently or withhold. These properties must be balanced in order for harmony and well-being to occur. Rabbi Laibl Wolf shows how to maintain that balance and enjoy a healthy and productive life by using simple meditation and creative visualization techniques to grasp the spiritual nature of our life. Practical Kabbalah draws upon ancient wisdom but offers a modern interpretation and easy-to-understand techniques for delving deeper into our selves and our world and for reaping the bounteous gifts that were always meant for us. From the Trade Paperback edition.