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Publisher's Summary

Guarded for centuries, its secrets once passed by word of mouth only, the Kabbalah remains one of our oldest mystical paths for union with the divine. What is the Kabbalah, and why are its teachings so treasured by those who know them? On The Beginner's Guide to the Kabbalah, you will join Rabbi David Cooper for an uplifting introduction to this living cornerstone of Judaism's esoteric tradition. Join him as he lifts the veil on the Kabbalah's core teachings and practices, and their potential to uncode the secrets of the universe. From the four worlds of reality, to the fascinating archetypes symbolized by the Tree of Life, to meditations for merging with the divine, here is an outstanding guide to the Kabbalah and its many wonders. Highlights:



The Tree of Life
The 10 sefirot: emanations of the divine
The 32 Paths of Wisdom
The Kabbalah's meditation practices
Merging with the divine
And much more

©2007 Rabbi David Cooper (P)2007 Rabbi David Cooper
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3 out of 5 stars
By Robert on 03-05-16

Meh

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Uh.....mehhh, save your money

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The end

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Dull, boring, insomnia

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Any additional comments?

Look up Michael Laitman books narrated by Tony Kosinecc

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