7 edition of Fundamentals of Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah (Crossing Press Pocket Guides) found in the catalog.
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A comprehensive single-volume reference guide to the terms and ideas of Kabbalah by a longtime teacher of Jewish mysticism -perfect for the serious student and newcomer alike. People of all faiths and backgrounds are drawn to the inspiration, knowledge, and spiritual insight that Kabbalah offers. By the 13th century, Jewish culture was ripe for a new breed of mysticism to flourish. Around , a Spanish Jew named Moses de Leon penned and began circulating the first copies of the Kabbalah’s most famous book, the Zohar (Book of Splendor) in northern Castile.
Byron Sherwin's book is a primer for course-work and for those seeking to understand Jewish mysticism on its own terms, "Kabbalah" provides a comprehensive, accessible introduction to Jewish mysticism, organized around five models of Jewish mystical theology and experience - Normal Mysticism, Mystical Intimacy, Addressing God's Needs, Drawing Down Divine Grace, and Prophetic s: 6. Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism AUTHOR: Idel, Moshe, TITLE: Messianic mystics PLACE: New Haven: PUBLISHER: Yale University Press, YEAR: PUB TYPE: Book FORMAT: x, p. ; 24 cm. NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index. Pre-Kabbalistic Jewish forms of messianism -- Abraham.
Kabbalah. Title. Fundamentals of Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah-- see a preview at Source. The Crossing Press, Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Landmark Dates and Key Figures in Jewish Mysticism xvii PART 1. THE ROOTS OF JEWISH MYSTICISM 1. What Is Jewish Mysticism? 3 2. Mysticism in the Bible 10 PART 2. EARLY MYSTICAL PURSUITS 3. Mysticism in the Talmud: Entering the Pardes 27 4. Song of Songs and Ma’aseh Merkavah 39 5. The Temple: The Meeting Place for God and His People 51 6.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF JEWISH MYSTICISM AND KABBALAH addresses both the historical sources and evolving tradition of kabbalah. Topics covered include shamanic healing, the divine feminine, amulets, sacred sex, dimensions of the soul, time, numerology, the Tree-of-Life, the Hebrew alphabet, and the role of sacred texts and Torah/5(3).
FUNDAMENTALS OF JEWISH MYSTICISM AND KABBALAH addresses both the historical sources and evolving tradition of kabbalah. Topics covered include shamanic healing, the divine feminine, amulets, sacred sex, dimensions of the soul, time, numerology, the Tree-of-Life, the Hebrew alphabet, and the role of sacred texts and Torah.
FUNDAMENTALS OF JEWISH MYSTICISM AND KABBALAH addresses both the historical sources and evolving tradition of kabbalah. Topics covered include shamanic healing, the divine feminine, amulets, sacred.
As the book has the word "Fundamentals" one may expect that the book is not in-depth; while this is true, it is also true that it covers a broad range of practices and beliefs according to Jewish Mysticism--though the Author kindly reminds us that the Kabbalah is /5.
The Kabbalistic form of Jewish mysticism itself divides into three general streams: the Theosophical/Speculative Kabbalah (seeking to understand and describe the divine realm), the Meditative/Ecstatic Kabbalah (seeking to achieve a mystical union with God), and the Practical/Magical Kabbalah (seeking to theurgically alter the divine realms and the World).
The Key to Kabbalah will open up the world of Jewish mysticism, giving you your first thirst-quenching sips of the teachings of Pnimiyut HaTorah, the inner dimension of the Torah.
This volume provides an overview of the history, principles, content and nature of the Kabbalah and introduces the breadth and depth of the inner-spiritual dimensions of Torah.
Instructive for the study of the development of Jewish mysticism is the Book of Jubilees written around the time of King John Hyrcanus. It refers to mysterious writings of Jared, Cain, and Noah, and presents Abraham as the renewer, and Levi as. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF JEWISH MYSTICISM: THE BOOK OF CREATION AND ITS COMMENTARIES (Sefer Yetzira, bilingual).
Translated by Leonard R. Glotzer. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson,pp. A translation of Sefer Yetzira with explanations anthologized from the classic commentaries on this text.
Historical introduction and appendices. In this second vid in the series on Carl Jung’s relationship to Jewish Mysticism, we explore Kabbalistic ideas that made their way into.
Fundamentals of Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah addresses both the historical sources and evolving tradition of kabbalah. Topics covered include shamanic healing, the divine feminine, amulets, sacred sex, dimensions of the soul, kabbalistic time, numerology, the kabbalistic Tree-of-Life, the Hebrew alphabet, and the role of sacred texts and Torah.
Although kabbalah began as an esoteric practice of a small group of educated men, today this ancient mystical tradition is adapting to contemporary sensibilities, including respect for the environment, gender equality, and conscious connection to oth The book, Fundamentals of Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah [Bulk, Wholesale, Quantity] ISBN#.
Kabbalah offered Jews a mystical approach to religion within the context of the accepted beliefs and practices of Judaism. By modern times, Kabbalistic themes had entered the Jewish mainstream, influencing certain prayers and liturgies and contributing its own set of customs and folk beliefs, notably belief in reincarnation.
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The areas of Jewish thought that most extensively discuss these issues, Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism, were traditionally not even taught to people until the age of 40, when they had completed their education in Written Torah and Oral Torah (in.
And the first deck I want to share from my collection is perhaps the deck that is firmly rooted in the Judaic tradition, the Kabbalah Cards(TM) created by Ron Feldman, who is also the author of the well-respected book, Fundamentals of Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah. Like the standard tarot decks of today, this deck has 78 cards.
Many of the books on the subject of Kabbalah are by Occultists, and however valuable they are, tend to have their own agenda. Abelson puts the Kabbalah into context as the outgrowth of a long-term evolution of Jewish mystical thought, starting with the Essenes and the Merkabah (Chariot) mysticism of the Talmundic era.
In this ground-breaking book, Eduard Shyfrin shows that the ideas of Jewish mysticism (Kabbalah) resonate with the ideas of 21st century science. From Infinity to Man introduces the reader to Author: ALAN ROSENBAUM.
English: Kabbalah (Hebrew קַבָּלָה "tradition/reception", Standard Hebrew Qabbala, Tiberian Hebrew Qabbālāh; also written variously as Cabala, Cabalah, Cabbala, Cabbalah, Kabala, Kabalah, Kabbala, Qabala, Qabalah, Kaballah) is an interpretation (exegesis, hermeneutic) key, "soul" of the Torah (Hebrew Bible), or the religious mystical system in Judaism claiming an.
The earliest medieval Jewish mystical writings, or kabbalah, date from the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries. This is the first book to focus on the most prodigious group active at that time--the 'Circle of Contemplation'. The 'Circle of Contemplation' generated a mystical theology that differs radically from mainstream kabbalistic theosophy.5/5(1).
Books in the Mysticism & Kabbalah - Judaism genre. This diverse range of books will answer all your questions about Judaism, Jewish history and philosophy.
Read the best Jewish fiction, which brings to life the plight of the Jewish community at specific historical moments. Learn more about Judaism, it's beliefs, holidays and festivals.decent introduction to the Kabbalah & it is a fairly short-read.
a good "further-reading" bibliographie section. helped me learn a lot. i could see someone describing this book as topical or a general overview of the Kabbalah & Jewish Mysticism but i think that would be inaccurate & reductive.
for those new to the Kabbalah--as i am--this book /5(6).Fundamentals Of Jewish Mysticism And Kabbalah by Feldman, Ron H. Although kabbalah began as an esoteric practice of a small group of educated men, today this ancient mystical tradition is adapting to contemporary sensibilities, including respect for the environment, gender equality, and conscious connection to other spiritual traditions.