Simple Kabbalah shows how to bring esoteric knowledge into everyday life. Scholar Kim Zetter presents a brief history of ancient kabbalistic beliefs, explaining key tenets and the main symbol, the Tree of Life. Meditations and exercises help listeners learn to use kabbalah to calm the mind, sharpen awareness, and improve relationships.
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"This book is a useful introduction for those who wish to investigate arcane elements of Jewish theology and philosophy." (Publishers Weekly)
“Zetter, a longtime journalist on Jewish and Israeli topics, has done an admirable job making Kabbalah accessible, with clear descriptions of the history of Kabbalah, its theology, and of the mystical Tree of Life at its center.” (Library Journal)
“Zetter has written a masterful account of the influence of Kabbalah on mankind over the ages and a respectful look at this part of Jewish culture and thought. Theodore Bikel, one of our most respected and beloved actors, gives this material the reverence it deserves by transcending awareness of himself and inhabiting the essence of the author's message.” (Kirkus Reviews)
This book is excellent for someone who is really interested in the kabbalah. I originally had this book on cassette tapes, and I still have them however. When I have the opportunity to have this title for my kindle it's a must.
David Copper any title.
He is very professional, and has a nice voice range
It's not about a laugh or a cry, it's about the kabbalah it is filled with good information and is well written.
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