Experience a practical, uplifting, and fascinating introduction to a time-honored system of spiritual growth and self-discovery. The Kabbalah, Judaism's timeless mystical tradition, was said to be brought down from heaven by angels. Its teachings were originally passed down by word of mouth because mystics believed its secrets transcended the written word. Rabbi David Cooper's Kabbalah Meditation continues this great oral tradition.
"An extracted book"
Master kabbalist Rabbi David Cooper teaches three daily invocations to help practitioners of all faiths find self-empowerment through an active relationship with angels, which he views as an energetic realm where God, humankind and all of creation interconnect. Includes an archangel meditation for openheartedness and courage, a guardian angel meditation for protection in any given situation, and a wise-guide meditation.
Kabbalah, it is said, was brought down from heaven by angels. The great mystics of Judaism originally passed its teachings by word of mouth only, believing that the secrets of the kabbalah transcended the written word.
"Understandable and Intuitive"
Guarded for centuries, its secrets once passed by word of mouth only, the Kabbalah remains one of our oldest mystical paths for union with the divine. What is the Kabbalah, and why are its teachings so treasured by those who know them? On The Beginner's Guide to the Kabbalah, you will join Rabbi David Cooper for an uplifting introduction to this living cornerstone of Judaism's esoteric tradition.
When the prophet Ezekiel described his great vision of a holy chariot flashing like lightning, with eyes all around, he bequeathed to us a mystical tradition that has endured 2,500 years. For Judaism's first mystics, this chariot was a vehicle leading to the Upper Worlds and the Throne of God, states of supreme awareness that unify all of creation with the divine. Now this original system for reaching beyond the heavens is fully revealed on Rabbi David A. Cooper's Seeing Through the Eyes of God.
Brand Management. Bernice Summerfield needs a job. Professor Harry Burtenshaw thinks she’s just the ticket. But with the people of Lyndyaz celebrating their most important festival and the ruling Dominicci Corporation maintaining control with draconian glee, has Bernice turned up in the wrong place at the wrong time? Bad Habits. Meet Sister Bernice - newest initiate into the order of Saint Celestion.
Eigentlich wollen die Jäger Henry March und Natty "Wildtöter" Bumppo nur den alten Seemann Hutter und seine beiden Töchter besuchen, als sie unversehens in einen Konflikt zwischen den weißen Siedlern und den Indianern geraten. Mit Hilfe seines Freundes, des Mohikanerhäuptling Chingachgook versucht der friedliebende Bumppo, das Schlimmste zu verhindern.
"Details of Syria Pact Widen Rift between Kerry and Pentagon" is from the September 14, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Helene Cooper and David E. Sanger and narrated by Caroline Miller.
"Trustees Elect Carnegie's Hall's First African-American Chairman" is from the June 03, 2016, Arts section of The New York Times. It was written by Michael Cooper and David Gelles and narrated by Barbara Benjamin-Creel.