Kabbalah Decoder Janet Berens-Perkins

ISBN: 9780764152627

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144 pages


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Kabbalah Decoder  by  Janet Berens-Perkins

Kabbalah Decoder by Janet Berens-Perkins
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The Kabbalah is an ancient mystical and hidden tradition within Judaism, offering insights and inspiration that can be valuable to people of all faiths. Since its beginnings in the third century of the present era, the Kabbalah has continued toMoreThe Kabbalah is an ancient mystical and hidden tradition within Judaism, offering insights and inspiration that can be valuable to people of all faiths.

Since its beginnings in the third century of the present era, the Kabbalah has continued to evolve, collecting wisdom, symbols, and lore which, when combined, offer an explanation of the divine presence and the relationship between human beings and divinity. This beautifully illustrated volume helps readers understand and use the Kabbalahs beneficial images, rites, and lore for their personal earthly and spiritual fulfillment.

Explained and supplemented with full-color illustrations are ---- The Sefirot or Tree of Life -- the Kabbalahs key symbol that points the way toward personal well being and spiritual development-- The 22 Paths of the Sefirot -- how they relate to our states of consciousness, allowing us to realize spiritual truth, increase spiritual virtue, understand the human body, direct our lifes energies, and much more-- The four worlds of the universe -- Azilut or nearness, Beriah, or Creation, Yezirah, or formation, and Assiyah, or the world of doing and action-- The nature of angels -- descriptions of Michael, Zadkiel, Raphael, Uriel, others-- The similarities between the Kabbalah and other mystical models, including Zen, the Tarot, and the ZodiacThis inspiring volume also suggests practical ways in which the Kabbalah can be used to help us restructure our perceptions, achieve a positive outlook on life, direct our creativity, and focus our intentions in the course of everyday living.

Readers will find words of wisdom from the great Kabbalistic thinkers, including Isaac the Blind (1160-1235) andthe Maharal of Prague (1512-1609). Here is a fascinating, highly readable account of how the Kabbalah evolved, how it encompasses all aspects of human experience, and how its wisdom can enrich everyones life.



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