A Sense of the Supernatural - Interpretation of Dreams and Paranormal Experiences

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GalEinai Publication Society, 2008 - Religion - 207 pages
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As we move through life, we are constantly being addressed through both our normal and paranormal senses. Kabbalah teaches us that we can always benefit from these signals by adopting a dual strategy: the innocent path of simplicity together with the focused approach of rational analysis.

"For some years now, I have been aware that I have the ability to tap into other worlds and experience various paranormal events... Should I try to work to eliminate these experiences from my life, and if so, how?"

"I have a question regarding the removal of a curse on land and turning it into a blessing. Can you tell me any procedures or do's and don'ts concerning this? Any information will be appreciated."

"I have had several very significant dreams that have so disturbed me... No one I know really seems to have any insight into what these dreams may mean. I would greatly appreciate any wisdom you might pass on to me."

In this selection of letters concerning dreams and paranormal experiences, you will find detailed answers to these questions and others. Studying the replies in this volume will present you with a new, fuller and clearer attitude towards perceiving and interpreting the spiritual phenomena that you may experience.

 

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Contents

MYSTICAL EXPERIENCES
13
MANIPULATING NATURE
27
GIFTS FROM HEAVEN
39
GLOWING LETTERS
53
ANGEL OF DREAMS
63
A SYMBOL OF LIFE
71
FEAR OF EVIL
79
BLESSINGS IN DISGUISE
87
TWO BIRDS
105
THE CROW AND THE CAT
115
AROUSAL FROM ABOVE
127
THE MEANING OF THREE TIMES SEVEN
141
RASHBI IN A DREAM
151
A BRILLIANT LIGHT
165
Glossary
177
Index
192

KITCHEN FIRES
95

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About the author (2008)

Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh is one of our generation’s foremost expositors of Kabbalah and Chassidut and is the author of over 100 books in Hebrew,English, French, Russian, and Spanish. The interface between Torah and science is one of the areas in which he is known for his breakthrough work, forging a path in revolutionizing the way we think about the relationship between Judaism and modern science. He is also the founder and dean of the Ba’al Shem Tov School of Jewish Psychology, and his unique approach to mathematics in Torah is now the basis of a new math curriculum for Jewish schools.

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