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The Practice of Kabbalah: Meditation in Judaism Hardcover – July 1, 1996
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Rabbi Steven A. Fisdel has studied and lectured on the Dead Sea Scrolls and their spiritual significance for over twenty years. Rabbi Fisdel holds a masters degree in Judaica from Spertus College in Chicago, and a bachelors degree in Jewish History and World History from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He received Rabbinic Ordination from the P'nai Or Fellowship in Philadelphia. Rabbi Fisdel is on staff with the Chochmant HaLev Institute for Jewish Learning in Berkeley, California and is affiliated with the College of Early Christian Studies in San Jose, California. Rabbi Fisdel serves as the spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Israel in Chico, California.
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After reading several other good books on Kaballah, this is the only one that teached you how to meditate. My other recent readings include: Jewish Meditation, A Practical Guide by Aryeh Kaplan, G-d is a Verb by David Cooper, Endless Light by David Aaron, Discovering Jewish Meditation by Nan Fink Gefen, Kabbalah for the Layman by Phillip Berg, A Journey of Awakening by Ted Falcon.