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The River of Light

Jewish Mystical Awarenessby Lawrence Kushner Special anniversary edition. Explains Jewish spiritual resources in a modern idiom, relating them to the everyday world and to other traditions of mysticism.(153 Pages) ‘a very important book, applying Jewish concepts to contemporary living in particularly creative and suggestive ways’- Adin Steinsaltz Publisher: Jewish Lights, 2000

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Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations

The Teachings of Kabbalahby 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. We are the first generation to truly understand that we are faced with the challenge of either inhabiting […]

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Building Blocks of the Soul

Studies on the Letters and words of the Hebrew Languageby Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson Discourses based ongematria on the following topics: Hebrew the source of all languages; marriage; riches and righteousness; repentance in words and letters.(362 Pages) Publisher: Jason Aronson, 1997

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The Way Into Jewish Mystical Tradition

Introduction to Jewish Mystical Traditionby Rabbi Lawrence KushnerPart of the ‘The Way Into . . .’ series. For everyone who wants to understand the concepts of Jewish mysticism, this book shows the way into an essential aspect of Judaism, and allows you to interact directly with the sacred mystical texts of the Jewish tradition. You […]

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Worldmask

by Akiva Tatz This book traces some of the Torah themes which express the duality of the world: the physical, outer layer, and its inner root.(224 Pages) Publisher: Targum

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Letters of Light

by Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin A carpenter employs tools to build a home, so G-d utilized the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet, the alef-beis, to form heaven and earth. These letters are the metaphorical wood, stone and nails, corner posts and crossbeams of our earthly and spiritual existence. In Letters of Light, Rabbi Aaron […]

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The Alef Beit

Jewish Thought Revealed through the Hebrew Lettersby Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Explores each character in the Hebrew alphabet, summarizing and discussing its essence in relation to Chassidism. Rabbi Ginsburgh’s close examination of the letters also provides springboards into informative discussions about Jewish life-cycle events, holiday observances, and a wealth of ideas in Jewish thought and belief.(520 […]

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The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet

The sacred letters as a guide to Jewish deed and thoughtby Rabbi Michael L. Munk Fascinating best-seller. Hundreds of ideas and comments flowing from the Aleph-Beis: The Aleph-Beis as the forces of Creation, as a primer of Jewish living, as a fountainhead of Torah insight and mystical meaning.(240 Pages) Publisher: Mesorah, 1998

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The Book of Letters: A Mystical Alef-Bait

by Lawrence Kushner More than just symbols, all twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet overflow with meanings and personalities of their own . Rabbi Kushner draws from ancient Judaic sources, Talmudic commentary, chassidic folk tales, and kabbalistic mysteries. With each letter illuminated, and with Rabbi Kushner’s comments woven around the letters recalls the look and […]

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Cast In God’s Image

Discover your personality type using the Enneagram and Kabbalah.by Rabbi Howard A. Addison Who am I? What are the sacred tasks that are uniquely mine? The most basic questions in life are also the most important. You can take a powerful step toward self-fulfillment if you first recognize the roots of your spiritual makeup. In […]

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Ehyeh A Kabbalah for Tomorrow

by Arthur Green Join one of the world’s leading interpreters of Jewish mysticism in discovering why the words of the past reveal the path of our future. Through wisdom gained from his own forty-year spiritual search for the Divine Presence within, Arthur Green challenges us to question the assumptions of modern consciousness, and by doing […]

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Endless Light

The Ancient Path of the Kabbalah To Love, Spiritual Growth, and Personal Powerby Rabbi David Aaron In his luminous and inspiring book Endless Light, David Aaron, the distinguished head of the world-famed Isralight Institute in Jerusalem, explores the most fundamental and universally troubling questions we all ask at some point in our lives: Who am […]

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Everyday Kabbalah

A Practical Guide to Jewish Meditation, Healing, and Personal Growthby Melinda Ribner Step-by-step manual integrating the spiritual teachings and meditation lessons of the Mussar, Hasidic and kabbalistic schools. Carefully guides the reader with breathing, visualization, and transpersonal techniques through an exciting and unique exploration of self-discovery.(171 Pages) Publisher: Citadel Press, 2000

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Finding Joy

A Practical Spiritual Guide to Happinessby Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz Searching for happiness in our modern world of stress and struggle is common; finding it is more unusual. This guide explores and explains how to find joy through a time-honored, creative and surprisingly practical approach based on Kabbalah and the teachings of Jewish mystics. The […]

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From a Kabbalist’s Diary

Collected Essaysby Bezalel Naor Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (1865-1935) was a kabbalist with a profound system of thought. His work is distinguished by its originality and the richness of the author’s mind. Bezalel Naor is considered one of the foremost interpreters of Rabbi Kook’s thought. Beyond that, he attempts to extend Rabbi Kook’s method of […]

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God Is A Verb

Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaismby Rabbi David A. Cooper Kabbalah, a powerful spiritual tradition, after centuries of secrecy and near-extinction, is explained clearly in this book by one of its most prominent teachers. Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? How do we get there? These questions have […]

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Inner Space

Introduction to Kabbalah, Meditation and Prophecyby Rabbi Aryeh KaplanEdited by Abraham Sutton Among the topics discussed in the first part of Innerspace are the Kabbalistic universes through which we may draw close to G-d, the constant interplay between the spiritual and the physical, and the concept of Divine Providence. In Part Two, Rabbi Kaplan explores […]

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In the Shadow of the Ladder

Introductions to Kabbalahby Rabbi Yehudah Lev AshlagTranslated by: Mark Cohen, PhD and Yedidah Cohen Rabbi Ashlag starts off his Introductions to the Kabbalah by considering what the full potential of a human being really is. We have both soul and body, but they come to us via very different paths. How do they complement each […]

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Introduction to the Cabala

Tree of Lifeby Zev ben Shimon Halevi The Cabalistic Tree of Life has been with us for more than two thousand years. This book brings the Tree into this new century and sheds light on its modern interpretation. Introduction to Cabala is a lucid exposition of the Cabala, the hidden inner teaching of Jewish mysticism. […]

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Inward Bound

A Guide to Understanding Kabbalahby Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov What is kabbalah all about? How can I use kabbalah to help change my life for the better? These are just some of the basic questions that Reb Nissan, as he is called, deals with in this monumental work. The book is divided into three sections: […]

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Kabbalah

New Perspectivesby Moshe Idel Major reinterpretation of Kabbalah. Using a vast number of esoteric sources, a great part of them in manuscripts, Idel discusses the entire range of Jewish mysticism from late antiquity to nineteenth-century Hasidism. He provides fresh insights into the origins of Jewish mysticism, the nature of the Jewish mystical experience, the relation […]

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Jewish Mysticism Knowledge Cards

The Language of the Kabbalahby Ira Steingroot Kabbalah: the word evokes images of wonder-working rabbis soaring through celestial halls and palaces, envisioning heavenly thrones and chariots, making golems, casting out dybbuks, and engaging in spiritual battle with the Other Side and the night witch Lilith. Kabbalah is also the term for the 2,500-year tradition of […]

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Kabbalah

Selections from Classic Kabbalistic Works from Raziel HaMalach to the Present Dayby Avraham Yaakov Finkel Hear the authentic wisdom of the Kabbalists, the masters of esoteric, mystical Jewish teachings, throughout the ages. This deeply reverent and beautifully written book offers excerpts from the major Kabbalistic works from the ancient texts to the recent insights of […]

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Kabbalah and Exodus

by Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi Kabbalah and Exodus shows us how the book of Exodus may be read, not just as literal history, but as an allegory of the human condition. All humans are held in some kind of psychological bondage until a way is shown to the promised land of the spirit. Z’ev ben […]

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Kabbalah for Dummies

See how ancient Jewish mystical traditions and rituals can transform your life.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 […]

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Kabbalah for Teens

by Louis Belmont Unlock the secrets of the universeRight now, youre facing challenges in every area of life, choices to be made regarding relationships, future goals, even what youre going to do on your summer vacation! There are moments, sometimes days, when everything seems totally out of control. School, self-esteem, independencecouldnt somebody have already figured […]

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Kabbalah Month by Month

A Year of Spiritual Practice & Personal Transformationby Melinda Ribner The ancient wisdom of kabbalah outlines a month-by-month guide for personal healing and transformation. It is the original twelve step program, as each month has its own unique energy and opportunities for healing and spiritual growth. Through Jewish soul stories, kabbalistic teachings, inspiring case examples, […]

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Living Kabbalah

A guide to the Sabbath and festivals in the teachings of Rabbi Refael Moshe Luriaby Simcha H. Ben Yosef Now You Can Bring More Conscious Holiness Into Your Life!!! Shabbos Kodesh. The golden aura descends and the veil of materialism is lifted. Every week we are given the opportunity to rise to ever-higher spiritual heights. […]

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Kabbalah: the Way of Light

by Rabbi Lawrence KushnerIllustrated by: Jo Gershman Kabbalah, Judaism’s mystical tradition, is Judaism’s way of comprehending and experiencing the unity that lies just beneath the apparent brokenness, contradiction, and confusion of everyday reality. In this small, but powerful, book Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, has written a mini-guide to Kabbalistic beliefs for those who wish in their […]

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Meditation and Kabbalah

by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan This is the first book published in any language to reveal the methodology of the ancient Kabbalists and stress the meditative techniques that were essential to their discipline. Rabbi Kaplan offers a lucid presentation of the mantras, mandalas and other devices used by these schools, as well as a penetrating interpretation […]

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