Ehyeh: A Kabbalah for Tomorrow
What can Kabbalah teach us about our lives today? What can it teach us about our future?
According to the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah, Ehyeh, or "I shall be," is the deepest, most hidden name of God. Arthur Green, one of the most respected teachers of Jewish mysticism of his generation, uses this simple Hebrew word to unlock the spiritual meaning of Kabbalah for our lives.
When Moses experienced his great moment of call at the Burning Bush, he asked God, "When people ask me, 'What is His name?' what should I say to them?" God answers with this mysterious phrase, "I shall be what I shall be," and says to Moses, "Tell them that 'I shall be' sent you."
Blending Jewish theology and mysticism, Arthur Green invites us on a contemporary exploration of Kabbalah, showing how the ancient Jewish mystical tradition can be retooled to address the needs of our generation.
Drawing on the Zohar and other kabbalistic texts, Green examines the fundamental ideas and spiritual teachings of Kabbalah, encouraging today's modern seeker to stretch to new ways of thinking with both heart and mind, setting us on a rewarding path to the wisdom Kabbalah has to offer.
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This book's title is, according to Jewish mystical teachings, the deepest and most hidden name of God and can be translated as "I shall be." Green (Jewish thought, Brandeis Univ.) claims to be writing ... Read full review
Ehyeh as a Name of God
REREADING THE OLD TRADITION
Kabbalah Old and New
There Is Only One
Creations Truth Revealed
The One and the Ten
Four Steps to Oneness
The Way of Names
Seeking a Path
Kabbalah for an Environmental Age
Image Likeness Memory
What about Evil?
The Life of Prayer
Where Shekhinah Dwells
To Keep on LearningWhere Do I Go from Here?
LOOKING TOWARD TOMORROW