Nano: Technology of Mind Over Matter

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Over the course of little more than 50 years—what in terms of human history might even be called a “nanosecond”—computers have shrunk from the size of a building to the size of a billfold, and entire libraries of books, music, and more can fit on a tiny chip. All of this complexity can be utilized and reconfigured more quickly and effectively than ever. That less physicality can produce more power is something that kabbalists have taught throughout the ages.

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Over the course of little more than 50 years—what in terms of human history might even be called a “nanosecond”—computers have shrunk from the size of a building to the size of a billfold, and entire libraries of books, music, and more can fit on a tiny chip. All of this complexity can be utilized and reconfigured more quickly and effectively than ever. That less physicality can produce more power is something that kabbalists have taught throughout the ages.

According to Kabbalah, the more we are able to reduce the physical space that separates us from each other and from the world around us, the more evolved we can become. When the space that keeps us apart grows smaller, the essence of Kabbalah, which is “Love thy neighbor as thyself,” takes on its true meaning: One’s neighbor is one’s self. As the Rav reveals and so beautifully expresses in this book, the secret to personal and global transformation lies in nanotechnology for the soul.

What once seemed “out of this world” turns out to be not only possible but inevitable. Nanotechnology, the control and manipulation of matter on the atomic
or molecular level, is inevitable through spiritual connection and higher consciousness.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781571896643
  • Publisher: Kabbalah Centre Books
  • Publication date: 3/13/2012
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 607,844
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 1.10 (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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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2013

    Great Book !!!

    This book and other books of the Rav Berg thougt me so many essential things about life, I highly reccomand them!

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