This provides a foundation course in the Kabbalah which speaks to the universal truths of human experience, and is relevant to people of all backgrounds. It is inclusive, allowing the reader to integrate the teachings from the traditions which he or she may have already learned.
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Table of Contents
Abbreviation Guide 2
Hebrew Pronunciation Key 3
Shoes That Don't Fit
The Message of the Redwood Tree
The Message of the Seagull
The Four Worlds of Creation 59
Authentic Soul and Incarnate Self 132
The Difference between your Authentic Soul and Incarnate Self
How to integrate a consciousness of your Authentic Soul
How your Authentic Soul speaks to your Incarnate Self
Meditations of Ascension through the Four Worlds: World of Assiyah 184
Physical Assiyah - "Elemental Body"
SA Yetzirah - "All You Feel at Once"
SA B'riyah - "Power of Envisioning"
World of Infinite Yetzirah - "Rainbow of Yetzirah"
World of Infinite B'riyah - "The Crystal Palace"
World of Atzilut - "The Grand Staircase"
Your Keys to Harmony 209
Gaining the Keys of Harmony to Self and Soul
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Created in the Image of GodA Foundational Course in the Kabbalahby Rabbi Esther Ben-Toviya, M.A. I have reviewed this subject many times, but I was amazed at the way the author was able to in 231 pages reach inside my being and through a series of questions and exercises help me to realign myself with what I want and where I am going. Through meditations I was able to learn more about my Authentic Soul and my Incarnate Self and how they play out the drama that is my life. Using the divine principles and teachings of the Kabbalah I was lead through many wonderfully enlightening twists and turns that got me at a much better place of integrity with myself, more in alignment with who I am. I was very impressed with the direct and yet very gentle approach that the author uses and would recommend it to anyone wanting to find and redefine themselves in miraculous ways. Thanks Rabbi, for sharing your quiet strength with the rest of us. Love & Light, Riki Frahmann