The Kabbalah Code

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Overview

"The greatest lessons we learn usually come through the adventures that shape and change our lives. This adventure came upon me as a great surprise. I didn't set out to do any of the things you're about to read, nor did I initially think they would result in a book that others might find valuable. But the more I sat with it and reflected on the details of those two extraordinary days in Paris, the more I realized that this experience wasn't meant for Phil and me alone. I'm lucky to have traveled around the world as a Peace Troubadour and to have
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Overview

"The greatest lessons we learn usually come through the adventures that shape and change our lives. This adventure came upon me as a great surprise. I didn't set out to do any of the things you're about to read, nor did I initially think they would result in a book that others might find valuable. But the more I sat with it and reflected on the details of those two extraordinary days in Paris, the more I realized that this experience wasn't meant for Phil and me alone. I'm lucky to have traveled around the world as a Peace Troubadour and to have had many such adventures, but there still may be those who read these words and think, Come, on did that really happen? ... But there's a deeper truth, and that is what I'm more interested in portraying here. A number of the events in this book will seem amazing and perhaps even unbelievable, but the truth behind them all is the same: we currently have the opportunity to use this universal wisdom to change the world and inspire lasting peace. The only question that remains is, Will We accept the challenge? Get ready for a story that may change your life. At the very least, it will unlock doors and reveal hidden treasures you may not have even known you've had. I do know that the ancient teachings of Kabbalah are as important today as they've ever been, and this story may be a first step in understanding its vast implications. I don't claim to be an authority in this rich science, as you'll soon discover, but at least I've had the chance to peek inside the temple. That's all it took to hook me for life." ----James F. Twyman
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781458725950
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/6/2009
  • Edition description: Large Print
  • Edition number: 16
  • Pages: 410
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

James F. Twyman is an internationally renowned “Peace Troubadour” and the best-selling author of ten books, including Emissary of Light and The Moses Code. He’s also the executive producer and co-writer of the feature film Indigo, and the director of Indigo Evolution.
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