Rabbi David A. Cooper studied mystical Judaism in Jerusalem's Old City for more than eight years, and has authored several books on meditation, spiritual retreats, and Jewish mystical practice. He also recorded the bestselling audiotape series The Mystical Kabbalah, and along with his wife, Shoshana, directs the Heart of Stillness Hermitage near Boulder, Colorado.
Excellent book! This book is based on mystical judaism but is expressed with universal language.Published 18 days ago by John White
This book was recommended for me by a dear friend and Rabbi. It has important information for all of us.Published 5 months ago by Janet Diel
Rabbi Cooper has had an interesting life of study and practice and his approach to this book is interesting, too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nomi Redding
I have purchased many copies of God Is a Verb: Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism for my friends. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gerald K. Yancey
This book gave me a wonderful way to think about the divine. It has been part of the foundation to my personal path.Published 7 months ago by Brenda E. Leahy
First thing, impressive that this book was written in 1997, but sounds like it was written today. The perspective, and respite from busy-ness, that Cooper knew people needed then,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by talkaboutquality
Working to improve my communication skills, I wanted to know how the great thinkers define communication.
Plato and Aristotle discussed this. Read more
I have read parts of this book 3 times. Very good. Interesting. Anyone interested in spirituality may enjoy it. ThanksPublished 15 months ago by Aylsie G. Geier