Kabbalah—the secret is out! From Madonna's controversial conversion to the Dalai Lama's acknowledgment and support, this mystical tradition is gaining unprecedented recognition. But how do we put this powerful and esoteric worldview into practice?
With The Ecstatic Kabbalah, Rabbi David Cooper—author of bestseller God Is a Verb (Riverhead, 1998) and a renowned leader of the Jewish meditation movement—provides practical exercises on the path toward "mending the soul," the fundamental Jewish experience that brings union with the Divine.
With meditation techniques for both beginning and advanced practitioners, The Ecstatic Kabbalah guides listeners into awareness of the presence of light with experiential practices for touching the four worlds of mystical Judaism:
Finally, the long-sequestered doors of Kabbalah are open to all listeners, as they are invited to dwell in the embrace of the Divine with The Ecstatic Kabbalah's practices of daily renewal.
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I admit I still didn't read, “God is a verb.” It is on my shelf. I hope I will get to it and not just because this is Rabbi David A. Cooper's most famous work, but also because it promises new ... Read full review
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Last week, I finished reading and working with Rabbi David A. Cooper's Ecstatic Kabbalah. Cooper is a rabbi of some note, having also written such works as Three Gates to Meditation Practice and God ... Read full review