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Principles of Qabalah: The Only Introduction You'll Ever Need

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The Qabalah is a secret mystical tradition which is believed to hold the spiritual truths behind all religious traditions. Passed down through the ages by Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Hermetic scholars, it has been called 'the yoga of the west'.

This introductory guide includes the history of the Qabalah, its connections to magic, astrology, mythology and the Tarot, and how it can help you lead a healthier, more balanced life.

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Overview

The Qabalah is a secret mystical tradition which is believed to hold the spiritual truths behind all religious traditions. Passed down through the ages by Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Hermetic scholars, it has been called 'the yoga of the west'.

This introductory guide includes the history of the Qabalah, its connections to magic, astrology, mythology and the Tarot, and how it can help you lead a healthier, more balanced life.

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Editorial Reviews

Ability Magazine
In Principles of Qabalah, a book by Amber Jayanti, the author shares with her readers how to create a spiritually fulfilled life through the Qabalah and Tree of Life. She has captured this complex ancient and mystical lore in a reader-friendly way. When spelled with the letter "Q," Qabalah represents a blend of Jewish, Christian, Sufi and Hermetic spiritual principles.
American Tarot Association Newsletter
Ms. Jayanti's Principles of Qabalah makes complex and complicated systems of knowledge simple and concise. She writes in an entertaining and easy to follow informational style. The student is led step by step to a clear understanding of the basics of the Qabalah.
Arizona Networking News
Rich in wisdom, yet written in a an utterly engaging style, Jayanti's Principles of Qabalah, distills the learning of many lifetimes into clear, easy-to-grasp principles and offers practical tools for daily living and learning.
Bookwatch
Amber Jayanti translates great, mystic knowledge into simple practice. Rich in wisdom, yet written in an easily understandable style, the reader is provided with a superb distillation of clearly articulated principles and practical tools for daily living and learning. Principles of Qabalah is a valued and appreciated contribution to any metaphysical studies collection or reading list.
Common Ground Magazine
After giving a concise introduction to the Qabalah, Ms. Jayanti gives a detailed description of the Tree of Life, its graphic representation. A map of the Qabalah, the Tree of Life can also be understood as a diagram of the facets of the godhead, a pattern of the creative process or a ladder of the stages of individual consciousness. As complicated as it sounds, it is clearly explained with simple diagrams, text and tables. The explanation of the creative process is especially practical and would be useful to anyone interested in works like The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron.
Connection Magazine
As one of the few female Qabalists, the author (Amber Jayanti) brings a unique perspective to this tradition and uses examples from her student's lives as well as her own to illustrate Qabalistic principles. She also extends her approach to include contemporary social and philosophical issues, explaining the Qabalistic viewpoint on the existence of evil, gender equality, homosexuality, abortion, mental illness and others. By bringing the Qabalah into modern everyday life as well as making its fundamental tenets understandable, Principles of Qabalah extends the classic, best-selling Mystical Qabalah by Dion Fortune.
East West Magazine
Amber Jayanti gives us a beautifully organized introduction to Qabalah. There's a brief introduction to Qabalistic spiritual practices, as well as discussion of practical matters such as diet, marriage, divorce, etc.
Joseph Nolen
This book, by Amber Jayanti, is a very valuable addition to a profound subject. It opens the door to higher study in a non-intimidating, intelligent way.
Builders of the Adytum
Mountain Luminary
Principles of Qabalah by Amber Jayanti, is a slim beautiful volume that offers guidelines for a healthier and more balanced way of life. Study of the Qabalah, is not about searching for the way or adopting another's way, but finding your truth and your way to higher consciousness.
New Age Journal
Originally an esoteric teaching of Judaism, Kabbalah may indeed become "the yoga of the West," as one adherent termed it early in the (20th) century. Principles of Qabalah by Amber Jayanti, does a good job of making the teachings accessible and relevant to everyday folks.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780722536803
  • Publisher: Thorsons/Element
  • Publication date: 6/1/1999
  • Pages: 145
  • Product dimensions: 5.15 (w) x 7.77 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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