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Books about Kabbalah

Books about Kabbalah, with links to reviews...


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Edgar Cayce and the Kabbalah

Edgar Cayce and the Kabbalah

by John Van Auken


It is very difficult to comprehend that our destiny lies in nonphysical dimensions, but Van Auken teaches this well while explaining that our present life is the perfect prerequisite for the next one...



Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations

Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations

by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh


Ours is the first generation in modern times to understand the truly universal human condition and to seek to bring all peoples of the earth together in peace and harmony...



The Essential Kabbalah: The Heart of Jewish Mysticism

The Essential Kabbalah: The Heart of Jewish Mysticism

by Daniel Chanan Matt


Daniel Matt's continued wonder at the confounding brilliance of kabbalistic writings is evident in this loving presentation of the key texts from the Jewish mystical tradition...



Kabbalah of Prayer: Sacred Sounds and the Soul’s Journey

Kabbalah of Prayer: Sacred Sounds and the Soul’s Journey

by Shulamit Elson


?You are not expected to complete the work, nor are you permitted to abandon it.? ?Rabbi Tarfon, Pirke Avot In this remarkable, groundbreaking book, Shulamit Elson writes with eloquence and authority about our soul?s journey, our place in the universe, and our relationship to God through prayer...



Meditation and Kabbalah

Meditation and Kabbalah

by Aryeh Kaplan


The Kabbalah is divided into three branches?the theoretical, the meditative, and the practical. While many books, both in Hebrew and English, have explored the theoretical Kabbalah, virtually nothing has been published regarding the meditative methods of these schools...



Kabbalah Meditation

Kabbalah Meditation

by David A. Cooper


Over 2,000 years ago, Jewish mystics devised unique meditations to enhance awareness and contact higher planes of consciousness, becoming vessels for the light of God...



A New Kabbalah for Women

A New Kabbalah for Women

by Perle Besserman


The red bracelet: it graces the wrists of numerous celebrities - from Madonna to Britney Spears - who have converted to Kabbalah. But what is Kabbalah and how can women apply it to their own lives?..



Jewish Meditation: A Practical Guide

Jewish Meditation: A Practical Guide

by Aryeh Kaplan


Students of mediation are usually surprised to discover that a Jewish mediation tradition exists and that it was an authentic and integral part of mainstream Judaism until the eighteenth century.Jewish Meditation is a step-by-step introduction to meditation and the Jewish practice of meditation in particular...



The Meditation Practice Within Kabbalah

The Meditation Practice Within Kabbalah

by Rabbi Steven Fisdel


?In this bold yet traditional book, Rabbi Steven Fisdel guides the reader step-by-step into the realm of Kabbalistic meditation. Drawing on the imagery and symbolism of Jewish mysticism, he creates contemporary versions of classical meditative techniques such as focusing on the Alef Bet, the names of God and the ten Sefirot.?The author succeeds in making the Kabbalah accessible...



The Way of Flame: A Guide to the Forgotten Mystical Tradition of Jewish Meditation

The Way of Flame: A Guide to the Forgotten Mystical Tradition of Jewish Meditation

by Avram Davis


This powerful guide to Jewish meditation incorporates philosophy and story with ideas for daily living, including suggestions for setting up your own meditative practice, and invites you to wander an extraordinary and compelling path of the heart?hitlahavut, the way of flame.

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