Consciousness and the Cosmos

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With his signature penetration of non-traditional thought, Kabbalist Rav Beg investigates quantum physics, astrology and the Bible, and uncovers a link between them. Within the pages of Consciousness and the Cosmos, Rav Berg delves into subjects ranging from extraterrestrials, to parallel universes, and the tree of life. Throughout it all he posits that random chance is non-existent. Things that happen through a conjunction of events, whether moments apart or centuries removed,...
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Overview


With his signature penetration of non-traditional thought, Kabbalist Rav Beg investigates quantum physics, astrology and the Bible, and uncovers a link between them. Within the pages of Consciousness and the Cosmos, Rav Berg delves into subjects ranging from extraterrestrials, to parallel universes, and the tree of life. Throughout it all he posits that random chance is non-existent. Things that happen through a conjunction of events, whether moments apart or centuries removed, are intimately related.

Through the information presented, we come to understand that Time is the distance between Cause and Effect. If one can go back in time and change the cause (the seed) then one can change the effect (the tree). This book reveals how to use consciousness to travel through time and space, and how to tap the forces of intelligence that pervade our cosmos.

For readers who are interested in science and question the Bible, and for readers who cherish the Bible and question science, this book provides a logical bridge. Humanity is at the center; we affect everything that happens. Rav Berg unveils a kabbalistic view of the universe, which proposes that mankind is not only a participant but a determinator of all energy activity.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781571898746
  • Publisher: Kabbalah Centre Books
  • Publication date: 6/18/2013
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 990,087
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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Born in the Williamsburg section of New York into a family with a long rabbinical tradition, Rav Berg later was himself ordained, and dedicated himself to the study of Kabbalah. He and his wife Karen opened the doors of The Kabbalah Centre in 1971 to all persons interested in achieving self-improvement through spiritual realization. Under the Rav's leadership, KCI has become a vibrant international organization with more than 20 centers and 50 study groups.
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