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Meditation and Kabbalah Paperback – May 1, 1989
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Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan was born in New York City and was educated in The Torah Voda'as and Mir Yeshivot in Brooklyn. After years of study at Jerusalem's Mir Yeshiva, he was ordained by some of Israel's foremost rabbinic authorities. He also earned a master's degree in physics and was listed in Who's Who in Physics in the United States. In the course of a writing career spanning only twelve years, Rabbi Kaplan earned a reputation as one of the most effective, persuasive, scholarly, and prolific exponents of Judaism in the English language. He died on January 28, 1983, at the age of 48. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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emptying manner. The book seems to be perfect even to advanced students of mysticism and kabbalah as it contains
rare transcriptions of Merkavah and Hekalot literature. It contains numerous hints for those advanced as well as good
introduction to different traditions, still not forfeiting Holyness.
Actual methods are expounded in many chapters for those who are to search them further. I think this would be
ideal companion for Kaplans Sefer Yetzirah & Bahir as it expounds also methods that are being explained at those
classical Kabbalah works.
For those seeking for Shekinah and Ruach HaKodesh, I consern these most illuminating
food for soul.
Four out of five stars, for a very well researched, albeit esoteric text.
if you want to understand the basis for the jewish meditation tecnics this is a wonderful knowledge