Dr. Wolf used this audio as a springboard for
his beliefs on religion instead of being totally
objective. I've scratched him from my list of favorite authors.
I purchased AND read the book. The book now resides in our vacation cabin. We find the book useful as a door stop or used as tinder to start the fireplace or is usually used in the bathroom when we're short of toliet paper. The theme of this book is like comparing fish to airplanes. One has nothing to do with the other. Don't waste your money on the audio book.
I have read many books on Kabbalah which wound up as a door stop in my study because of the failure of the author to deliver a smooth transition to explain the abstract principals of Kabbalah. Finally an audio book that breathes understanding into these abstract principles! Rabbi David A. Cooper brings an intuitive narrative style that promotes full understanding of the abstract material contained in Kabbalah with very easy to understand tales and examples that explain these Kabbalistic principals. For a better understanding on the discussions of the Ten Sefirot peek into the book at a book store. The meditations narrated by the author were very calming and visual which were helpful in attaining a better understanding of the different levels of consciousness.
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