Kabbalah Handbook

The Kabbalah Handbook features: - more than five hundred key terms and concepts in straightforward, easy-to-read definitions and thorough, well-researched discussions; - Hebrew, English, and Hebrew transliteration for each item; - the ...

Author: Gabriella Samuel

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101218464

Category: Religion

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A comprehensive single-volume reference guide to the terms and ideas of Kabbalah by a longtime teacher of Jewish mysticism -perfect for the serious student and newcomer alike. People of all faiths and backgrounds are drawn to the inspiration, knowledge, and spiritual insight that Kabbalah offers. But too often writings on Jewish mysticism are impenetrable for the novice, overly simplified for the advanced student, or misrepresent and sensationalize Kabbalistic practice. The Kabbalah Handbook is the first comprehensive single-volume Kabbalah reference guide that is indispensable for Kabbalah students of every level. The Kabbalah Handbook features: - more than five hundred key terms and concepts in straightforward, easy-to-read definitions and thorough, well-researched discussions; - Hebrew, English, and Hebrew transliteration for each item; - the language of origin for each term; - a discussion of all sides of differing opinions within Kabbalistic philosophy; - pronunciation guides; - nondiscriminatory, gender-neutral language; - important historical information; - extensive cross-referencing that enables readers to find all terms, whether they are looking up a word in English or transliterated Hebrew; - twenty-eight original and innovative illustrations; - thirty-two tables and charts that organize and break down unwieldy material into manageable items; and - appendices covering topics such as the 613 Mitzvot (biblical commandments), the lunar calendar, and the sacred names of God.

Kabbalah Handbook

The Kabbalah Handbook features: - more than five hundred key terms and concepts in straightforward, easy-to-read definitions and thorough, well-researched discussions; - Hebrew, English, and Hebrew transliteration for each item; - the ...

Author: Gabriella Samuel

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1585425605

Category: Religion

Page: 480

View: 256

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A comprehensive single-volume reference guide to the terms and ideas of Kabbalah by a longtime teacher of Jewish mysticism -perfect for the serious student and newcomer alike. People of all faiths and backgrounds are drawn to the inspiration, knowledge, and spiritual insight that Kabbalah offers. But too often writings on Jewish mysticism are impenetrable for the novice, overly simplified for the advanced student, or misrepresent and sensationalize Kabbalistic practice. The Kabbalah Handbook is the first comprehensive single-volume Kabbalah reference guide that is indispensable for Kabbalah students of every level. The Kabbalah Handbook features: - more than five hundred key terms and concepts in straightforward, easy-to-read definitions and thorough, well-researched discussions; - Hebrew, English, and Hebrew transliteration for each item; - the language of origin for each term; - a discussion of all sides of differing opinions within Kabbalistic philosophy; - pronunciation guides; - nondiscriminatory, gender-neutral language; - important historical information; - extensive cross-referencing that enables readers to find all terms, whether they are looking up a word in English or transliterated Hebrew; - twenty-eight original and innovative illustrations; - thirty-two tables and charts that organize and break down unwieldy material into manageable items; and - appendices covering topics such as the 613 Mitzvot (biblical commandments), the lunar calendar, and the sacred names of God.

A Gateway to the Kabbalah

The Kabbalah Handbook: A Concise Encyclopedia of Terms and Concepts in Jewish Mysticism. New York: Penguin Books, 2007. -- , and R. Kiener. The EarlyKabbalah. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1986. AJS Review, Volume V, 1980, 17-40.

Author: Rabbi Eugene A. Wernick

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780838100738

Category: Religion

Page: 102

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This title offers the reader an accessible and chronological presentation of the history and development of this most unique of philosophies. Learn and explore as you go along on this historical journey. Perfect for adult education sessions or Hebrew high school discussions.

The Handbook of Jewish Meditation Practices

The author, a noted rabbi, urges Jewish readers to take a break from their lives to recharge their batteries using traditional Jewish methods of meditation. Original.Tour. $10,000 ad/promo.

Author: David A. Cooper

Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing

ISBN: 9781580231022

Category: Religion

Page: 186

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The author, a noted rabbi, urges Jewish readers to take a break from their lives to recharge their batteries using traditional Jewish methods of meditation. Original.Tour. $10,000 ad/promo.

The Book of Sacred Names

Samuel, G.: The Kabbalah Handbook: A Concise Encyclopedia of Terms and Concepts in Jewish Mysticism, Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, New York 2007. Ponce, C.: Kabbalah: An Introduction and Illumination for the World Today, Garnstone Press, ...

Author: Jacobus G. Swart

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780620507028

Category: Amulets (Judaism)

Page: 500

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"The 'Shadow Tree Series' comprises a unique collection of Western Esoteric studies and practices which Jacobus Swart [...] has actuated and taught over a period of forty years. Having commenced his Kabbalah studies in Safed in the early 1970's, he later broadened his 'kabbalistic horizons' under the careful guidance of the famed English Kabbalist William G. Gray.'The Book of Sacred Names' is a practical guide into the meditational and magical applications of ancient Hebrew Divine Names. Perpetuating the tenets of traditional Kabbalists who recognised the fundamental bond between 'Kabbalah' and 'Magic,' Jacobus Swart offers step by step instructions on the deliberate and conscious control of personal life circumstances, by means of the most cardinal components of Kabbalistic doctrines and techniques-Divine Names! The material addressed in this tome derives from the extensive primary literature of 'Practical Kabbalah,' much of which is appearing in print for the first time in English translation"--back cover.

Kabbalah s Secret Circles

Time Line & Insights Into Jewish Mysticism & the Kabbalah Wheel Robert E. Zucker ... manipulations of Hebrew words and the Holy Name, as explained in THIS IS THE BOOK OF THE KEYS OF KABBALAH, a popular handbook among his disciples.

Author: Robert E. Zucker

Publisher: BZB Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781939050144

Category: Religion

Page: 347

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Discover the many lost and forgotten secrets of the Kabbalah through the words of famous rabbis and authors throughout history. Follow a historical time line of Judaic mysticism and learn the basic principles of the Kabbalah. Devise your own Kabbalah Wheel to spin the legendary 231 Holy Gates of combinations and permutations, as described in the ancient book on Jewish mysticism– the Sepher Yetzirah (also known as The Book of Formation or Book of Creation).

The Holistic Animal Handbook

A Guidebook to Nutrition, Health, and Communication Kate Solisti-Mattelon, Patrice Mattelon ... In 1993 , he began to clairvoyantly receive information about the interrelationships among numerology , the tarot , and the Kabbalah .

Author: Kate Solisti-Mattelon

Publisher: Council Oak Books

ISBN: 1571781536

Category: Pets

Page: 220

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The Holistic Animal Handbook is the first book to bring together practical information about diet, nutrition, and training with animal communication and emotional balancing techniques. The book guides readers into helping their companion animals themselves and encourages them to work as well with veterinarians, trainers, and health care practitioners. It includes chapters that explain how to prepare healthy, holistic recipes and Bach Flower Remedies for restoring an animal's emotional balance, and solutions for common behavioral and training problems. Focusing primarily on dogs, cats, and horses, but relevant to virtually all animals, the book presents a dual premise: healthy companion animals are better equipped to help the humans they love, just as educated humans are better able to comprehend their animals' needs.

The Book of Immediate Magic Part 1

Ouaknin, M.: Mysteries of the Kabbalah, Abbeville Press 2000. Green, A.: Seek My Face: A Jewish Mystical Theology, Jewish Lights Publishing, Woodstock 2003. Samuel, G.: The Kabbalah Handbook: A Concise Encyclopedia of Terms and Concepts ...

Author: Jacobus G. Swart

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780620693134

Category: Religion

Page: 500

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The "Shadow Tree Series" comprises a unique collection of Western Esoteric studies and practices which Jacobus G. Swart, spiritual successor to William G. Gray and co-founder of the Sangreal Sodality, has actuated and taught over a period of forty years. In "The Book of Immediate Magic - Part 1" Jacobus G. Swart perpetuates the fundamental tenets of "Self Creation" in which it is maintained that the "Centre" establishes the "Circumference," and that personal reality is emanated in harmony with personal "Will." Hence this tome comprises an enhancement and expansion of the magical doctrines and techniques of Practical Kabbalah addressed in "The Book of Self Creation," "The Book of Sacred Names," and "The Book of Seals & Amulets." Jacobus Swart claims that working "Immediate Magic" is neither impossible nor difficult when we fully understand that consciousness is just one vast ocean, and that thoughts are the waves we make in it. It is all a matter of coordinating consciousness.

Sign Language of the Soul

Ancient techniques using the hands have been depicted in various healings practices for centuries. This book combines these unique hand positions or mudras with the symbols and words of Jewish mysticism, the Kabbalah.

Author: Dale H. Schusterman

Publisher: Writers' Collective

ISBN: 1594111359

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 200

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Ancient techniques using the hands have been depicted in various healings practices for centuries. This book combines these unique hand positions or mudras with the symbols and words of Jewish mysticism, the Kabbalah. Focusing on the patterns of the Tree of Life used within the Kabbalah, Dr. Schusterman shows us how to use our fingers and hands in key positions that will connect with the body's own energy. These movements working with focused intent will expand the body's awareness and allow healing and balance to occur. The book offers case studies of different patients with various physical and emotional problems and how using these techniques they were able to bring about healing, joy and a sense of well being into their lives. Through detailed charts and diagrams, this book offers six short steps to activating the Tree of Life process for personal healing and balance. Healing practitioners can also apply these mudras to remove stress or pain and improve the health of others.