Fb2 Cabalah Primer: Introduction to English/Hebrew Cabalah ePub
by Henrietta Bernstein
|Publisher:||DeVorss & Company; 1st edition (March 1, 1984)|
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Cabalah Primer: Introduction to the English/Hebrew Cabalah And so, what then? Study the Kabbalah, by all means.
Cabalah Primer: Introduction to the English/Hebrew Cabalah. 0875165265 (ISBN13: 9780875165264). And so, what then? Study the Kabbalah, by all means. But be cautious of works such as this - works you find in the "Metaphysics" section, that tell you their words gesture towards a hidden abundance of meaning, while they actually say so little, if anything at all.
Cabalah Primer : Introduction to English-Hebrew Cabalah. by Henrietta Bernstein. It was Henrietta Bernstein's Cabalah Primer that made it easier for me to understand Bill's books. A Simplified Book to Understanding What Cabalah Is. By Thriftbooks. com User, April 8, 2000. This book is a must for those people who are just beginning to study the Cabalah. The parts on the Tarot brings a better understanding of what these cards really stand for.
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Bernstein, Henrietta (April 1984). The Kabbalah: The Essential Texts From The Zohar. New York: Barnes & Noble Books. Regardie, Israel (1989). Camarillo, CA: Devorss. Bonner, John (March 2002). Qabalah: A Magical Primer. Boston: Red Wheel/Weiser.
introduction to English/Hebrew Cabalah. 1st ed. Symbolism of numbers, Cabala. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1984 by DeVorss in Marina del Rey, CA. Written in English.
If Kabbalah for Beginners is your first book published by Laitman Kabbalah Publishers or Upper Light Pub-lishing, we. .This fascinating introduction to the wisdom of Kabbalah will enlighten the mind, invigorate the heart, and move readers to the depths of their souls
If Kabbalah for Beginners is your first book published by Laitman Kabbalah Publishers or Upper Light Pub-lishing, we recommend that you read one more book for beginners, but with a different perspective, such a. This fascinating introduction to the wisdom of Kabbalah will enlighten the mind, invigorate the heart, and move readers to the depths of their souls. Basic Concepts in Kabbalah. This is a book to help readers cultivate an approach to the concepts of Kabbalah, to spiritual objects, and to spiritual terms. By reading and re-reading in this book, one devel-ops internal observations, senses, and approaches that did not previously exist within.
the Kabbalah simply because it leans upon an esoteric interpretation of sacred books. 1 The Hebrew word הלבק (Kabbalah), as its root לבק indicates, expresses the action of receiving: a doctrine received by tradition. The results of this interpretation and the personal visions of the Swedish prophet resemble but little, barring a few exceptions, the teachings contained in the Kabbalistic books-the Zohar and the Sefer Yetzirah. The word Masorah (הרוסמ) designates the action of transmitting; a doctrine transmitted by tradition. The orthography herein used has been used in Germany a long time (Kabbalah instead of Cabbala).
Anyone familiar with Henrietta Bernstein's book "Cabalah Primer"? I am working my way through this. seems a fair 'nuff and useful text, but was wondering .