A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah

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Laitman Kabbalah Publishers, 2009 - Religion - 214 pages
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In a time of crisis, we need a guide to help us calm and stabilize our lives. This is why Kabbalah is being revealed to millions today. Kabbalah is a tool for bettering life, and A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah teaches how we can use this tool. In a graceful, easygoing style, you'll learn the basics of Kabbalah, and receive much needed suggestions for employing this age-old science to your daily life.
 

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This new edition of the Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah presents the fundamental concepts of Kabbalah in an informal flowing style that I found both encouraging and uplifting. The book is ... Read full review

Contents

III
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VII
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XI
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XIII
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XXIII
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Dr. Michael Laitman has a PhD in Philosophy, an MS in Medical Cybernetics and is a professor in Ontology and the Theory of Knowledge. For 12 years he was the primed student and personal assistant of great Kabbalist, Rav Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag, firstborn son and successor of the greatest Kabbalist in the 20th century, Rav Yehuda Ashlag, author of the Sulam [Ladder] commentary on The Book of Zohar. To date, Dr. Laitman has published more than 30 books in 13 languages and is a world-renowned expert on the wisdom of Kabbalah. Laitman is president and founder of the Bnei Baruch Kabbalah, Education, and Research Institute, and the Ashlag Research Institute (ARI), and is a frequent lecturer in North America and Europe.

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