Kabbalah: An Introduction to the Esoteric Heart of Jewish Mysticism

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Carlton Books, Limited, 2012 - Religion - 128 pages
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The ancient mysteries of Kabbalah, rooted in Judaic law and lore, are a well of wisdom at which sages and celebrities alike have come to drink. The unique map of consciousness central to Kabbalah is the Tree of Life, which aims to integrate all aspects of our selves: mind, body, and spirit. This accessible introduction to Kabbalah is filled with exercises and techniques to help you achieve that integration, harnessing its empowering energies in your own life.

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Tim Dedopulos is a British writer, game designer, puzzle-setter, and editor. Specializing in the esoteric, he has been studying Kabbalah for over 18 years. He is the author of more than 25 fiction and nonfiction works, including Wizards, The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (with Terry Pratchett and David Pringle), The Brotherhood, and Symbolism. In 2011 he devised The Great Global Treasure Hunt on Google Earth by Carlton, a book and online-based treasure hunt that uses complicated clues in the associated book, online social media, and Google Earth to find a hidden treasure. He lives in central London.

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