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Kabbalah

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The Natural and the Miraculous
Which is greater, the natural or the miraculous? Rabbi Freeman charts the development of a kabbalistic doctrine from the Ari, to the RaSHaB to the Rebbe.
A Practical Training Session
Spiritual teacher, Rabbi Laibl Wolf, leads a workshop at Chabad of Oxford. He describes various focussing techniques and leads the group in a meditation exercise.
Reconciling the Mystical and the Legal Traditions within Judaism
Is there tension between spirituality and law? At first glance, it may seem difficult to reconcile the mystical and legalistic traditions within Judaism as represented by kabbalistic and Talmudic texts respectively. Professor Sandman offers an integrated ...
The Kabbalistic Image of Divine Royalty
The Divine attribute of Malchut (Kingship) is described as the bridge between G-d's infinity and His presence within finite creation.
The Kabbalistic Holiday of Lag BaOmer
A look at the increasingly popular interest in the holiday of Lag BaOmer, which was instituted by the author of the Zohar, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, to commemorate the day of his passing.
30 Shevat, 5750 · February 25, 1990
Rabbi Simcha Ashlag asks the Rebbe to endorse a proclamation that it is time for every Jew to study the classical works of Kabbalah.
Finally, Rabbi Infinity gives away his key secret: How does he manage to teach the deepest Kabbalistic secrets of the universe to a four year old? It's all, you see, in the letter Lamed.
The Jews in Exile
This class covers more of the medieval scholars (“Rishonim”) of Sephardic Jewry, including Nachmanides, R. Shlomo ben Aderet, Rabbeinu Asher, the Baal HaTurim and Rabbeinu Nissim. This class concludes with the proliferation of Kabbalah in Spain.
Great Jewish Mystics
An extremely brief overview of the major contributors to the body of Jewish mystical thought throughout the ages from ancient times through the advent of Chassidism.
Who would have expected that the least used letter of the alefbet could contain one of the greatest secrets of the universe? And who wouldn't have known that Rabbi Infinity could explain even that secret to a four-year old?
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