Wheels of a Soul: Reincarnation and Kabbalah

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Wheels of a Soul is the book about reincarnation for 21st century readers. Here Rav Berg shows how an absolutely fundamental human precept -- that we have been here before, and that we will return here again until "we get it right" -- was for centuries either suppressed or ignored by religious and secular authorities. This is not just another New Age tract on "crossing over to the other side." This is the rediscovery of a principle that explains the reality we experience every ...
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Wheels of a Soul is the book about reincarnation for 21st century readers. Here Rav Berg shows how an absolutely fundamental human precept -- that we have been here before, and that we will return here again until "we get it right" -- was for centuries either suppressed or ignored by religious and secular authorities. This is not just another New Age tract on "crossing over to the other side." This is the rediscovery of a principle that explains the reality we experience every day.
In a brilliant explanation of reincarnation for the modern reader, Rav Berg draws on basic Kabbalistic sources such as the Bible and the Zohar.

This is a revolutionary concept and Rav Berg presents it with exquisite clarity. In doing so, he answers questions that have compelled humankind for centuries: For what purpose are we in the world -- and how can we find the soul mate that will help us fulfill that purpose? Have we been here before -- and how can today's events illuminate past lifetimes? What is the true meaning of fate -- and how can we control fate through the power of our own free will?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781571893017
  • Publisher: Kabbalah Centre Books
  • Publication date: 3/12/2005
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 211
  • Sales rank: 810,946
  • Product dimensions: 5.66 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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  • Posted November 28, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2005

    teleportation?

    Firstly, this book is hard to read, I read my reccomendations below 1st which helped grasp the concepts of this book better. The only other gripe is that he presents lots of topics but doesn't go into great detail. More info requires more study in Kabbalah. Something really neat about Rav PS Berg's books is his simple explanation of out of reality concepts. In the Power Of You, he compares time travel with this easy everyday thing:when you're late to a meeting time goes fast, when you're early time's slow. Grasping this concept makes time travel a real thing. In Wheels of a Soul, he explains teleportatation as a meditation technique, imagining yourself somewhere else. It's that easy.

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