Last month, I found myself in a northern suburb of Chicago for a meeting. I arrived early and tried to locate a used book store I had read about on Yelp. It seems that the bookstore had closed, but I did see a branch of the Kaballah Centre
Links History of Kabbalah Hashkafa Circle – Video Shiurim from Rabbi Triebitz Chassidus for Non-Chassidim Who Wrote the Zohar?, by Rabbi Philip Moskowitz A History of Conflicted Kabbalists, by Rabbi Philip Moskowitz Articles Chochma vs. Bina – Practical Manifestations, by Dixie Yid Audio Finding Your Personal Light in Gan Eden, by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger Videos Spirituality: The... Read more »
Days of Awe, by Rabbi Avraham Sutton, teaches you how to approach the High Holidays in the light of being, Awesome Days. The reader will walk away with the ability to make your experience of the High Holidays deeper, more meaningful and infinitely rewarding. To read Days of Awe in full please click here.
This warm, inspiring look at the Jewish holidays—by one of the most dynamic and accessible teachers of Jewish thought today—shows us how each holy day empowers us to recognize God’s loving presence in our life every day. There are many books that discuss how to celebrate the holidays; Inviting God In explains why we should... Read more »
How much does our perception of Hashem really matter? Many of us aren’t conscious of our image of a “higher power.” For some of us, that unspoken image is a judgmental Parent or an exacting Old Man in the Sky. For others, the Almighty is an imaginary Friend who is there to fix problems after... 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.
When this book, authored by the late Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan first came out, it was a major theological breakthrough, in that it presented an authentically JEWISH view of meditative practices that are hinted at in the Bible.
Written by the late Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, this book explores the meditative methods of Kabbalah. In a clear English, the reader is exposed to a lucid presentation of the meditative methods, mantras, mandalas and other devices used, as well as a penetrating interpretation of their significance in the light of contemporary meditative research.
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 »
The goal of this dictionary is to provide a genuine picture of the true Kabbalah. In the rare books that deal seriously with the subject, the concepts of the Zohar and the Kabbalah are often quoted but not explained. The study of Kabbalah involves a good comprehension of its general idea, as well as its... Read more »