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Kabbalah

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Kabbalah: (lit. “received tradition”) the body of Jewish mystical teachings, the central text of which is the Zohar
The Soul of Judaism
If this is a secret wisdom, why are we teaching it?
Authentic received wisdom you can rely on
From the holy mystical city of Tzefat (Safed): The largest, kosher, kabbalah-in-English website on the web. First-ever translations of classic Kabbalah texts. Articles illuminating the challenges of modern life. Zohar, the Holy Ari and other Safed kabbali...
I see a ball moving up and down on the screen--is it really rebounding against the bottom of the screen? Does the menu bar really have drop-down menus hidden behind it? To explain our world without examining its inner depth is as shallow as explaining the...
I was watching a news report the other day with Madonna (now known as Esther). She was discussing how Kabbalah has changed her life
Kabbalistic Cosmology
Infinite and Finite
A kabbalistic answer to the age-old philosophical question, "How can a finite creation come into existence from an infinite Creator?" A basic introduction to the esoteric doctrines of "tzimtzum" and "hishtalshelut."
Divine Anthropomorphism in Torah
Key Principles of the Kabbalah
An examination of the Torah's use of anthropomorphism to describe G-d and how the mystics understand the metaphor of the "image of G-d."
Infiniti. Millennia. Focus. Quest. Venture. Are these sacred teachings of Jewish mysticism evoking spiritual ideation and feeling? Or the names given by automobile manufacturers for their cars?
Shabbat Candle Power
Miri demonstrates how one little candle puts a lot of power into the hands of one little girl. Or is it really just one little girl?
The statement, “I believe there is a G-d,” is meaningless. Faith is not the ability to imagine that which does not exist. Faith is finding relevance in that which is transcendent.
Well that depends on who you ask. So let's have a look: We read in the Torah, "This shall be fringes for you, and when you see it, you will remember all the commandments of the Lord to perform them. And you will not turn after your heart and after your ey...
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