• book
    0% of Kabbalah Revealed completed

From the Publisher

Kabbalah Revealed: The Ordinary Persons Guide to a More Peaceful Life is a clearly-written, user-friendly guide to making sense of the surrounding world while achieving inner peace. Each of the six chapters in this book focuses on a different aspect of the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah, shedding new light on a teaching that has too often been shrouded in mystery and misconceptions. A subtle, yet profound idea weaves the books chapters into a coherent and concrete whole.

The first three chapters in Kabbalah Revealed tell reader why the present world is in a state of crisis, explaining how our growing desires promote progress as well as alienation, and why the biggest deterrent to achieving positive change is rooted in our own spirits.
Chapters Four through Six offer a prescription for positive change. Therein, we learn how we can use our spirits to build a personally peaceful life in harmony with all of Creation.

For the first time ever, the timeless principles of Kabbalah are explained for a general readership by a world-renowned scholar of Kabbalah Rav Michael Laitman, PhD. For those seeking to achieve transformational change on a personal, communal or global level, Kabbalah Revealed is required reading.
Published: anon_977788936 an imprint of NBN Books on
ISBN: 9781897448199
List price: $3.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for Kabbalah Revealed by Rav Michael Laitman
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Nautilus
12 min read
Religion & Spirituality

The Hidden God: One man’s path to knowing less about God.

David Friedman moved from Denver to the Israeli city of Safed in 1979 to live as a Haredi, or ultra Orthodox Jew. At 29, he and his wife Miriam already had four children. He enrolled at a yeshiva where he drew a salary to study Talmud. It seemed like a splendid arrangement, a path into a life of spiritual consciousness. Friedman plunged into his studies headlong, mastering difficult texts in Hebrew and Aramaic. “It was my job,” he told me. “I was pretty serious about getting there on time, spending the whole day studying like we were supposed to do, and also serious about prayer.” But as month
TIME
3 min read
Religion & Spirituality

Krista Tippett

ELIZABETH DIAS What has surprised you about the response to your newest book, Becoming Wise: An Inquiry Into the Mystery and Art of Living? Even in early 2016, people were so weary—sore inside. In the 24/7 news environment, people are bombarded with the same story of what is catastrophic and corrupt and failing 25 times before lunch. They start to internalize that not as news but as the norm. An effect I see on people in conversations that came up around the book is, there are actually so many beautiful, generative things happening in the world. How did America get to this place of such divi
Mic
2 min read
Religion & Spirituality

Fearing "Eastern Mysticism," Catholic College Moves To Rename Yoga "Lifestyle Fitness"

In order to avoid exposing its students to "the possible effects of eastern mysticism," a Catholic college in Kansas plans to appropriate the practice of yoga, rebranding it as "lifestyle fitness." Or so Benedictine College President Stephen Minnis told the school's newspaper, the Circuit.  "Yoga as created has some potential for eastern mysticism which has caused concern among members of the Catholic Church," Minnis said, noting that Kansas City, Kansas, Archbishop Joseph Naumann "has expressed his concerns and the issues surrounding that." "We asked ourselves if there was a way to bring thos