The Way of the Kabbalist
A User's Guide to Technology for the SoulBook - 2008
In The Way of the Kabbalist, best-selling author Yehuda Berg describes exactly what those who practice Kabbalah do and why they do it. What might appear to the curious but unknowing as mysterious rules and rituals are in fact the tools students use to achieve goals such as love, purity, self-control, abundance, healing, and joy. All are designed to bring more Light into life and the world, and ultimately, personal transformation. Berg explains the significance of certain clothing and colors, hair and head coverings, special days and meditations, immersion in water and rolling in snow, incense and candle-lighting, food classifications and combinations, and much more. Everything readers ever wanted to know about the spiritual technology taught successfully by The Kabbalah Centre worldwide is defined here, in the essential Kabbalah user's manual.
Publisher: New York ; Los Angeles : Kabbalah Center, 2008.
Characteristics: xi, 226 p. :,ill. ;,21 cm.