This third class on the nature of Jewish spirituality explores how we express our spirituality in the dimension of time. Time is viewed as the most precious resource for infusing our lives with Jewish values. Furthermore, we will see how the continuum of time itself flows with a dynamic of spiritual meaning, bringing us the... Read more »
Horoscopes are decidedly un-Jewish; the Zodiac is not. This fascinating, Torah-true book explores astrology and the “mazalot”, examining the power and limits of the Zodiac in classical Jewish sources. Enhances our understanding of the course of Jewish history and its impact on our lives. An English translation from the popular Hebrew work.
This devotional guide to the Sabbath and Jewish festivals is based on the teachings of a modern-day master of Kabbalah who happens to be a direct descendant of Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, the great sixteenth-century kabbalist. Written in an accessible style for the contemporary reader, Living Kabbalah invites us to establish a soul-union with God, particularly... Read more »