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Thirty-Two Gates

Into the Heart of Kabbalah and Chassidus
Narrated by: Shlomo Zacks
Length: 4 hrs and 37 mins
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What is authentic Kabbalah? What did the Chassidic teachings innovate? Finally, a book that introduces and explains the most basic precepts of this ancient wisdom, in a practical, user-friendly way. Through the 32 Gates of awareness, from The Infinite Source of all life - to finite, immediate creation, Rav Pinson guides us along the map of creation and existence according to the deeper teachings of Torah. 

Words and concepts that are often confusing and esoteric - such as; the Ten Sefiros, Ein Sof, Tzimtzum and the various Names of the Divine - are demystified in this text, offering us a true gateway into a higher awareness and a more fulfilling existence. 

Each chapter is a gate to be opened and explored, and concludes with an affirmation that allows the listener to internalize the knowledge so it becomes understandable, relatable, and transformational.

©2019 DovBer Pinson (P)2019 DovBer Pinson

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  • william thonemann-betz
  • 09-17-19

excellent

exceptionally well read. fascinating topic that went surprisingly way beyond my prior knowledge though I'm no expert.