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Passport to Kabbalah
     

Passport to Kabbalah

by DovBer Pinson
 
Life is a journey full of ups and downs, inside-outs, and unexpected detours. There are times when we think we know exactly where we want to be headed, and other times when we are so lost we don't even know where we are. Rooted in the teachings of Kabbalah, this book provides readers with a passport of sorts to help them through any obstacles along their path of

Overview

Life is a journey full of ups and downs, inside-outs, and unexpected detours. There are times when we think we know exactly where we want to be headed, and other times when we are so lost we don't even know where we are. Rooted in the teachings of Kabbalah, this book provides readers with a passport of sorts to help them through any obstacles along their path of self-refinement, reflection, and self-transformation.

<b>Excerpts</b>

<u>Transform Your Life</u>
For most of us, other people define who we are, and we are left to fill in the details. That is to say that for the most part, other people choose the context of our life, and we choose the content. … But there is another way to live. You can create a life and identity for yourself wherein you are empowered to choose both your context and your content.
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<u>Prayer</u>
An interesting thing about prayer is that if you want to make your prayers more meaningful, you have to surrender all ‘understandings’ about prayer. This means that when you pray, you should pray like a child. You can be very complex and interesting when you are trying to understand things, but that should all be prior to the actual act of prayer. Once you pray, there should simplicity.
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<u>Purpose</u>
When you only think about the larger picture, it is sometimes hard to see where your life is headed. In Kabbalistic terminology, your life’s meaning is like the Light. Then there are things and situations in your life that are the vessels for this great Light.

Certain events or experiences in life seem purposeless. When this happens, you are perceiving more of the vessel of a situation. Everything has both an aspect of light (meaning, purpose, connection) and an aspect of vessel (lack of meaning, purposelessness, separation).

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014210140
Publisher:
Sinai Live Books
Publication date:
04/02/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
52
File size:
3 MB

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Meet the Author

Rabbi Pinson is a world-renowned scholar, author, kabbalist and beloved spiritual teacher. He is a master of the revealed and inner aspects of Torah and has written dozens of groundbreaking books on Kabbalah and Philosophy.

Rabbi Pinson is the Rosh Yeshivah of the IYYUN Yeshivah and heads the IYYUN Center for Jewish Spirituality in Brooklyn, NY. He travels extensively and has attracted thousands of loyal followers and students around the world. Learn more at www.iyyun.com.

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