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Kabbala is an ancient Jewish tradition integral to the Torah

Kabbalah: A Brief Definition

Kabbalah: A Brief Definition

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Kabbalah: A Brief Definition
Kabbala is an ancient Jewish tradition integral to the Torah

Often referred to as the "soul" of the Torah, the Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish tradition which teaches the deepest insights into the essence of G‑d, His interaction with the world, and the purpose of Creation. Kabbalah teaches the essential Jewish cosmology, integral to all other Torah disciplines. Sometimes called "the Inner Torah" or the "Wisdom of Truth", it offers a comprehensive overall structure and plan for the universe, as well as a detailed understanding of the particulars of our lives. The student of Kabbalah is made aware of the personal as well as the collective rectification process and is encouraged to play an active part in it.

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Baruch Emanuel Erdstein was an associate editor of KabbalaOnline.org for five of the ten years he resided in the Old City of Safed, intensely studying Kabbalah He currently resides in Emmanuel, Israel. Originally from Detroit, he has an honors degree in anthropology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and has worked in cross-cultural and Jewish education for over a decade.
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Petra Cayman Port of Spain February 16, 2017

Hi my name's Jay I'm not always on because of limitations but I'm searching for the knowledge of learning of Kabbalah and my quest to be intune with my Creator and to find a way to help my fellow brethren through this avenue, I see Kabbalah as an upliftment for my spiritual being and upliftment for my physical being as well as nourishment for my soul, I long for edification and knowledge to be channelled through my so that I can live a better life a meaningful life and on that journey be able to be a beacon o hope to other around me Reply

Roderick Dupree Carrollton, Ga via kabbalaonline.org December 20, 2016

U Can someone please donate me a book. Reply

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