Kabbalah for Beginners: Understanding and Applying Kabbalistic History, Concepts, and Practices
Date: October 2020
Duration: 4 hours 33 minutes
Coming from the Hebrew root that means 'to receive,' Kabbalah is known as the 'inner' or 'esoteric' dimension of Judaism. Kabbalah for Beginners is your introduction to a great spiritual tradition that will help you deepen your experience of the Divine through Kabbalistic portals into the Eternal Present.
Divided into four categories: theosophical, ecstatic, Hasidic, and contemporary, this book explores everything including ancient concepts, core teachings, practices and traditions, and even misconceptions of Kabbalah. Written in a contemporary tone and point of view, this beginner's guide brings this ancient discipline into the here and now.
In Kabbalah for Beginners you'll find:
- God is existence-The Kabbalist method is that God is not a being, not even the most supreme being, but is rather Being itself.
- What is Kabbalah-Get inspired by interspersed quotes from the Torah and frequent sidebars that highlight the Kabbalah's relevance to readers' experiences.
- Spirituality simplified-Learn through a clear straightforward language to bring intuitiveness to deep philosophical concepts.
Discover a contemporary guide to this ancient wisdom and move toward spiritual transformation.