It contains the secrets of the whole of Creation, but until recently these secrets were shrouded in mystery and misconceptions.
Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life: Because Your Life Has Meaning#ad - While other sciences research the definable world around us, Kabbalah teaches us how the spontaneous changes occurring within us affect our surrounding reality. The wisdom of kabbalah enables us to monitor those changes and control them, and in so doing change our world for the better. Kabbalah, science & the meaning of life traces the milestones of the evolution of science with which we are familiar, such as Newton's and Einstein's theories but goes further to present the science of Kabbalah as the basis for understanding the hidden parts of reality which scientists are now discovering.
The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag CommentaryBnei Baruch, Laitman Kabbalah #ad - The zohar: annotations to the ashlag Commentary elucidates Kabbalah's primary source of wisdom-The Book of Zohar The Book of Radiance. As the text covers its theme-the revelation of the Creator-from many different angles, it allows us to find the phrases or words that will carry us into the depths of this profound and timeless wisdom.
This is a book to read with patience, contemplating each sentence as one unveils its meanings.
Awakening to Kabbalah: The Guiding Light of Spiritual Fulfillment#ad - This stunning exploration will help get you started today. Infused with insight from his experience as a scientist, rav michael laitman introduces the historical figures who have developed Kabbalah since the time of Abraham, addresses the kabbalistic significance of the Torah and the mystical interpretation of the Zohar, and explains how anyone with the desire to do so can draw nearer to the Creator using the tools he provides.
It's never too late to reach new heights of spirituality, affect positive changes in your own life and make a difference in the world. Explore the foundations of kabbalah with one of the greatest Kabbalists of our generation and learn how the teachings of this wisdom tradition can contribute to your search for awareness, enlightenment, and ultimate spiritual fulfillment.
Sepher Yetzirah#ad - It was first put into writing around 200 C. E. Westcott's translation was first published in 1887. The sepher yetzirah is one of the most famous of the ancient Qabalistic texts.
Kabbalah for the StudentBnei Baruch, Laitman Kabbalah #ad - In his daily lessons, rav laitman bases his teaching on these inspiring texts, thus helping novices and veterans alike to better understand the spiritual path we undertake on our fascinating journey to the Higher Realms. The greatest contemporary kabbalists, and his son and successor, rav yehuda ashlag, rav Baruch Ashlag, and The Tree of Life, provide valid answers to life's most fundamental question: What is the meaning of my life? Based on their interpretations of The Book of Zohar, we can now learn how to benefit from the wisdom of Kabbalah on a day-to-day basis.
In addition to authentic texts by these great Kabbalists, this book offers illustrations that accurately depict the evolution of the Upper Worlds as Kabbalistsexperience them, as well as several helpful essays to enhance our understanding of the texts. In kabbalah for the student, rav baruch ashlag's personal assistant and prime student, Rav Michael Laitman, PhD, compiled all the texts a Kabbalah student would need in order to attain the spiritual worlds.
A Guide for the PerplexedVeritatis Splendor Publications #ad - He also thought more attention should be paid to making Judaism consistent with rational thought. Through the "guide of the perplexed" and the philosophical introductions to sections of his commentaries on the Mishna, Maimonides exerted a very important influence on the Scholastic philosophers, especially on Albert the Great, St.
For instance, he pushed too far the principle of negative predication in regard to God. He was himself a Jewish Scholastic. He is best known for his lexicographic works in logic and his piece on the relationship of reason to religion, A Guide to the Perplexed. The principle which inspired all his philosophical activity was identical with the fundamental tenet of Scholasticism: there can be no contradiction between the truths which God has revealed and the findings of the human mind in science and philosophy.
The scholastics agreed with him that no predicate is adequate to express the nature of God, but they did not go so far as to say that no term can be applied to God in the affirmative sense. Moses maimonides was one of the foremost intellectuals of medieval Judaism. While in cairo he wrote many volumes on Jewish legal tradition and philosophy.
A Guide for the Perplexed #ad - Moreover, by science and philosophy he understood the science and philosophy of Aristotle. In some important points, but was created ex nihilo, holding, that the world is not eternal, he departed from the teaching of the Aristotelean text, for instance, as Aristotle taught, however, as is taught explicitly in the Bible.
But, he was led by his admiration for the neo-platonic commentators and by the bent of his own mind, which was essentially Jewish, Maimonides forestalled the Scholastics and undoubtedly influenced them, while in these important points, to maintain many doctrines which the Scholastics could not accept.
The Essential ZoharHarmony #ad - The central text of kabbalah, laws, the Zohar is a commentary on the Bible’s narratives, and genealogies and a map of the spiritual landscape. S. The zohar and kabbalah have traditionally been known as the world’s most esoteric sources of spiritual knowledge, but Rav Berg has dedicated his life to making this concentrated distillation of infinite wisdom available to people of all faiths so that we may use its principles to live each day in harmony with the divine.
For thousands of years, no book has been more shrouded in mystery than the Zohar, yet no book offers us greater wisdom. In the essential Zohar, the eminent kabbalist Rav P. Berg decodes its teachings on evil, human relationships, and other fundamental concerns from a practical, redemption, wealth and poverty, contemporary perspective.
THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD, ALL 20 VOLUMES ILLUSTRATEDAmity EBooks #ad - Regarded as the authoritative version, it is studied by Rabbis and other scholars. The first part of the Talmud Oral Law was recorded in the year 200 C. E. It expands guidelines and provides clarification by establishing rituals, explains how to observe laws in the Torah, and interprets those laws so that they can be carried out in a humane way.
For ease of navigation through this massive work, we have added thousands of links. Click on the mishna and view that text followed by related Gemaras. The talmud, or Oral Law evolved over time. The babylonian talmud Oral Law is the third edition of the Talmud. Then comes an introduction and a synopsis of that subject.
THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD, ALL 20 VOLUMES ILLUSTRATED #ad - Wise, founder of the Reform Jewish movement and President of the Hebrew Union College. The mishna, the first five books of the Bible, explained the 613 commandments found in the Torah Written Law, as it is called, attributed to Moses. Each volume begins with a summary explanatory remarks followed by the linked table of contents for that volume.
O 14 color illustrations, 2 black and whiteo publisher's preface and an introduction by Gustav KarpelesThis edition is intended for modern readers. The synopsis has links to Mishnas.
Introduction to the Book of Zohar V1: The Science of Kabbalah PtichaBnei Baruch, Laitman Kabbalah #ad - The science of kabbalah pticha is the first in a series of texts that Rav Michael Laitman, Kabbalist and scientist, designed to introduce readers to the special language and terminology of the Kabbalah. Readers are gradually led to an understanding of the logical design of the Universe and the life whose home it is.
Here, rav laitman reveals authentic Kabbalah in a manner that is both rational and mature. The science of kabbalah, and appeal to the intellect, depth, a revolutionary work that is unmatched in its clarity, will enable readers to approach the more technical works of Baal HaSulam Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag, such as Talmud Eser Sefirot and Zohar.
Introduction to the Book of Zohar V1: The Science of Kabbalah Pticha #ad - Although scientists and philosophers will delight in its illumination, laymen will also enjoy the satisfying answers to the riddles of life that only authentic Kabbalah provides. Now, travel through the pages and prepare for an astonishing journey into the 'Upper Worlds'.
Attaining the Worlds Beyond: A Guide to Spiritual DiscoveryBnei Baruch/Laitman Kabbalah Publishers #ad - This magnificent introduction to the wisdom of Kabbalah provides a new kind of awareness that enlightens the mind, invigorates the heart, and moves the reader to the depths of their soul. This book reaches out to all those who are searching for answers, who are seeking a logical and reliable way to understand the world's phenomena.
This is for the simple reason that human beings cannot comprehend how such feelings can exist at all, as everyone seemingly requires an incentive to perform any act; without some personal gain, people are not prepared to extend themselves. In the words of michael laitman, "It is beyond human comprehension to understand the essence of such spiritual qualities as total altruism and love.
Attaining the Worlds Beyond: A Guide to Spiritual Discovery #ad - That is why a quality such as altruism can only be imparted to a person from Above, and only those who have experienced it can understand it. Attaining the worlds beyond is a first step toward discovering the ultimate fulfillment of spiritual ascent in our lifetime.