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The Power of Kabbalah for Teens
     

The Power of Kabbalah for Teens

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by Yehuda Berg
 

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It’s not easy being a teen. Peer pressure, academic competition, and raging hormones, combined with the struggle to figure out one’s identity and what life is all about, can make these years tough to negotiate. Everything seems crucial, larger than life, and finding the right place to turn to for guidance can be difficult. In The Power of Kabbalah

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It’s not easy being a teen. Peer pressure, academic competition, and raging hormones, combined with the struggle to figure out one’s identity and what life is all about, can make these years tough to negotiate. Everything seems crucial, larger than life, and finding the right place to turn to for guidance can be difficult. In The Power of Kabbalah for Teens, Yehuda Berg offers 13 practical steps that teens can take to gain control of their lives and realize the happiness they desire and deserve. Each step is carefully explained in clear, non-preachy language and includes an exercise to help apply that step to the reader’s own life. Drawing from his extensive experience in counseling parents and children, as well from his own adolescent experiences, Berg offers accessible answers to difficult questions about drugs, alcohol, sex, eating disorders, abuse, family ties, dating, depression, rebellion, and friendship.

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ISBN-13:
9781571895769
Publisher:
Kabbalah Centre Books
Publication date:
10/01/2008
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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Power of Kabbalah for Teens 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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It's rare to find an author who knows how to write for adolescents without talking down to them. In this fine work, Belmont ably demonstrates not only his deep and thorough understanding of Kabbalistic principles and teachings, but an empathy and respect for his audience that goes far beyond the levels attained by most authors writing for young adults. Belmont draws compelling connections between traditional Biblical and Kabbalistic tales and the contemporarily-set stories with which he peppers each chapter. The book's organization, with each chapter relating to a different sefirah of the Tree of Life, makes it easy to follow and understand without undermining its ability to communicate sophisticated philosophical and spiritual concepts. This book is highly recommended for anyone with a budding interest in the popular study of Kabbalah, teen or adult.