Documented in this dictionary of the Kabbala-early Jewish writings that reveal the divine elements and the wisdom of the occult-are the definitions, history, and popular practical applications of this form of Jewish mysticism. Presented are the changes in behavior and perception, collected spells and amulets, dream interpretations, and astrology and star signs that relate to the worries and problems of everyday life. This easy-to-use reference makes the Kabbala accessible to all levels of students.
Author Biography: Rephael Yedidya is a rabbi who studied psychology. He lives in Israel and lectures on Kabbala in the United States, Europe, and Israel.