Jewish Meditation: A Practical Guide

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Schocken Books, 1985 - Judaism - 165 pages
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Kaplan shows that meditation is consistent with traditional Jewish thought and practice. The book presents a variety of meditative techniques to help make the reader a better person, and develop a closer relationship to God.

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User Review  - Chelsea Wegrzyniak - Goodreads

This book is a great introduction to both Jewish meditation and meditation in general. The first half or so of the book outlines the history of meditation in Judaism and basic meditation techniques. I ... Read full review

Review: Jewish Meditation: A Practical Guide

User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

n this work, the late Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan explores the Jewish roots of meditation, as well as a practical on how to meditate according to Jewish tradition. He points out how meditation is an ancient ... Read full review

Contents

What Is Meditation?
3
Why Meditate?
8
Techniques
15
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Aryeh Kaplan, who died in 1983, was a well-known Orthodox rabbi and teacher of Jewish meditation. He is the author of many books, including a translation of the Torah commentary, Me'am Lo'ez.

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