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Daily Kabbalah: Wisdom from the Tree of Life Paperback – July 21, 2009
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—David Carson, Choctaw Elder and Pipe-Carrier, author of Crossing into Medicine Country, and coauthor of Medicine Cards and 2013 Oracle
“Winkler's knowledge is a universe away from the glib superficiality of pop mysticism and mass market ‘spirituality.’”
—The Jewish Community Update, Sedona, Arizona
“Rabbi Gershon Winkler with wit and wisdom leads us to rediscover the more pagan and pantheistic mysteries underlying the ancient Hebrew tradition. He renders user-friendly the more cryptic teachings of lesser-known kabbalistic source texts and oral traditions in order to inspire and inform our lives. I highly recommend this book!”
—Andrew Weil, MD, author of Spontaneous Healing and Natural Health, Natural Medicine
About the Author
Gershon Winkler is a widely recognized scholar in the fields of Jewish mysticism, theology, law, and lore, and has published fourteen books since 1980. In 1997, he founded (and is now executive director of) the Walking Stick Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the recovery and preservation of aboriginal Jewish spirituality. He lives in Thousand Oaks, CA.