Awakening the Spark Within: Five Dynamics of Leadership That Can Change the World

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Gal Einai Institute, Jun 1, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 214 pages
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Nearly 2000 years ago, the Zohar, the classic text of the Kabbalah, predicted that in our day and age - "beginning in the six-hundredth year of the sixth millenium" - revolutionary advances in secular knowledge would burst forth and flood the world. The Kabbalah predicted the resulting upheaval that is now causing the world, unable to adjust to the astounding speed of change, to reel in chaos. We face a crisis situation at all levels of society; wherever we look we see dysfunction, instability, turmoil, apathy and confusion. At the crux is a crisis in leadership. Corruption in the highest ranks of almost every nation on the globe that has left the world suspicious of any individual's motives and ability to lead. What is the solution? The answer that Kabbalah offers is that when enough individuals cultivate their own personal qualities of leadership, these collective efforts will spiritually empower the potential true leaders and allow them to rise and assume responsibility. The five dynamics of leadership explained in this book are not external strategies of power politics but rather potent tools for contacting dormant powers of the soul. Whether you envision yourself as a potential leader or just want a leader you can be proud to follow, learning these mystical dynamics will change your life. And once the stage is thus set, the Untimate Leader will emerge to fulfill the hopes of all good people the world over.

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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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