Consciousness & Choice: Finding Your Soul Mate

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GalEinai Publication Society, Mar 1, 2005 - Religion - 304 pages
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Finding your soulmate and living happily together are at one and the same time one of life's greatest challenges and prospects. Together with its companion volume "The Mystery of Marriage," this book gives some of the deepest and particularly revealing insights into the nature of couplehood. This book approaches dating from the fresh perspective of a journey that both men and women enter in hope of uncovering their deepest creatives forces. With sensitivity to the essential differences between men and women, this book will help you appreciate the underlying motivations that move each to seek compansionship and matrimony. It also presents the first rigorous analysis of how the development of consciousness and the ability to make the right choices in life go hand-in-hand, stressing that your ability to appreciate the Divine nature of reality is a key factor in doing so. As such, the principles expounded can be applied to all areas of importance in life that involves difficult choices. Consciousness & Choice includes a detailed Kabbalistic study of the ancient courtship custom known as "the Dance of the Maindens." From this ancient ritual and its intricacies, Rabbi Ginsburgh uncovers the spiritual value of every motivating factor in searching for a spouse.
 

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Contents

SuperConsciousness
11
Knowledge
31
Experience
49
The Intimate Bond
69
Attraction
91
Decision
105
Glossary
243
Indexes
267
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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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