Tuesday, 13. May 2008
Kabbalah Is Easy – Here’s Why

Many people think about Kabbalah as a very difficult, complicated wisdom whose subject matter is mysterious and indefinable. Open up the main Kabbalist textbook, the Talmud Eser HaSefirot, and you will be confronted with lengthy descriptions of mysterious spiritual essences such as Sefirot, Partzufim, and worlds. Or take a look at Kabbalah's fundamental text—The Book of Zohar, and you will find beautiful, albeit incomprehensible verses, such as "The rose among the thorns," or "That hall has many hidden treasures one upon the other. In that hall there are 50 closed gates that are meant to block access to the Light."

But what is the meaning of all this? If Kabbalah is a wisdom that has been scrutinized for millennia, then there must be a simple, sensible explanation to its content. And in fact—there is.

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Until recently, Kabbalists were not eager to give this explanation to just anyone, and had carefully guarded the essence of Kabbalah. Today, however, a new era in Kabbalah has arrived and Kabbalists are openly offering us the simple, straightforward explanation of what Kabbalah is about: learning to implement the spiritual principle of "loving others as you love yourself."

The more one studies the works of Kabbalists, the more one realizes that they only speak about this one thing: how to attain true love for one's neighbor. This thought of "loving thy neighbor" is interwoven throughout every Kabbalistic composition ever written. All the complex terminology, all the diagrams and formulas that fill the books, are explanations of this one principle. The terms and diagrams represent vectors and forces, which in turn express feelings, sensations, desires, and the relationships between all of us.

But in Kabbalah, one does not seek to realize the principle of "love thy neighbor" for its own sake. Rather, this is done for a higher purpose—to feel the Creator, who is defined as Nature’s all-inclusive force of unconditional love. Hence, other people and the love you develop for them are all but a means to attain unity with the Creator—the quality of love.

This is also the reason that in Kabbalah, "loving others" is not just empty words, which we usually say carelessly, and immediately go back to our selfish concerns. Many people and methods also speak about "loving others," but experience shows that relating to other purely by this principle is impossible no matter how hard we try.

This is where the method of Kabbalah differs from all other methods: It gives the average person in our world the ability to develop the quality of absolute love—known as the Creator. Kabbalah teaches a person how to perceive the whole of humanity not as bodies, but as souls, and thus reveal that we are all interconnected. Only the revelation of this interconnection among us really enables people to start loving others.

However, without the exalted purpose of feeling the Creator—the sensation of absolute love, eternal existence, and perfection, one would never feel that he needs to feel the connection to others. But once a person sees that by loving them and bestowing upon them, he will attain a higher spiritual sensation, the Creator, then he begins seeing others in an entirely different way. He sees that the people around him are there for a purpose, that they are a means one has to work with in order to attain the level of the Creator—the level of love and bestowal.

On later stages of spiritual development with the method of Kabbalah, you discover even greater truths: that other people are not just a means to attain the Creator. They are all actually parts of you—precisely the parts of you that allow you to feel spiritual sensations of perfection and eternity.

Kabbalah may seem like a very complicated science, but in fact, it talks about one simple principle - "love thy neighbor as yourself."


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Source:
Bnei Baruch - Kabbalah Education & Research Institute is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel, sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world. Study materials in over 25 languages are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.
I really like Bnei Baruch stuff. It's a great - if not the best - source for introductory material on Kabbalah. Read first: Myths About Kabbalah.
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |




Monday, 07. April 2008
Rodurago Cypheron

"What is this web performance all about?" – you may be asking yourself.

Well, I have been working with numbers for thirty years and I am trying to associate numbers with letters and symbols. The aim of the following pages you can visit is being as a survey, I am offering to you on my knowledge and experiences with the subjects named.

Get a new perspective on the world of numbers! A place for exploring, discovering, merging, playing and looking up for interesting information on numbers and letters.


Rodurago Cypheron - New Perspectives on the World of Numbers by Selim Oezkan. (English Version)
Well done website containing interesting information and nice "Online-Algorithm-Quizzes".


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"Ein neuer Blick in die Welt der Zahlen" - Sie fragen sich, was es mit dieser Website auf sich hat?

Nun, da ich mich seit fast 30 Jahren mit Zahlen befasse und versuche, Zahlen mit Buchstaben, Symbole mit Zahlen usw. in Verbindung zu setzen, stelle ich einen Gesamtüberblick über meine Erfahrungen und mein Wissen dazu auf diesen Seiten zusammen.

Wagen Sie hier einen neuen Blick in die Welt der Zahlen! Ein Ort zum Entdecken, Erforschen, Ausprobieren, Spielen und Nachschlagen im Zusammenhang mit interessanten Informationen zu Zahlen und Buchstaben.


Rodurago Cypheron - Ein neuer Blick in die Welst der Zahlen von Selim Oezkan. (German Version)
Sehr schön aufgemachte Seite mit viel Wissenswertem und originellen "Online-Algorithmus-Spielen".
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |




Friday, 07. December 2007
Kabbalah TV Channel

The Kabbalah TV channel offers live stream TV broadcasts in 5 languages,
24 hours a day.

Kabbalah TV - the daily Kabbalah lessons of Michael Laitman, PhD as well as a selection of Kabbalistic feature films and documentaries. Viewers are welcome to ask questions related to the material during the lessons, and get them answered live. (Lessons are broadcasted from the Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education Center, Israel.)

Please be patient. The station take a few seconds to load ...




To turn on the sound press the speaker button in the bottom right corner of the player, use the volume control to adjust the sound level.

To switch into full-screen double-click inside the media player. Double-click agian will bring you back.
Category: Movies & TV | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 09. October 2007
Music of Kabbalah / Musik der Kabbalah

Jeder von uns empfindet Musik anders. Es ist nicht möglich die Art und Weise zu vergleichen wie verschiedene Personen dieselbe Melodie empfinden. Kabbalah, die Wissenschaft über die Seele, ist ebenfalls sehr individuell. Kabbalah ist die Methode, die die vollen Möglichkeiten jeder einzigartigen Seele zu offenbaren, so wie es zum Augenblick ihrer Schöpfung in sie gelegt wurden...

Die auf dieser Seite präsentierte Musik enthält unterschiedliche Variationen an Melodien wie sie von Baal HaSulam, einem der größten Kabbalisten aller Zeiten, komponiert wurden. Daneben finden sich Aufnahmen anderer früher lebender Kabbalisten.


Musik der Kabbalah
(German version)
Aussergewöhnlich!

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© David Friedmann


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© David Friedmann

Each of us perceives music individually. It is impossible to compare how two different people perceive the same melody. Kabbalah, the science about the soul, is also very individual. Kabbalah is the method for the full revelation of each unique soul's potential, placed in it at the moment of the creation of existence...

The music presented on this site embodies various variations of melodies composed by Baal HaSulam, one of the greatest Kabbalists of all time, as well as recorded songs of Kabbalists of the past.


Music of Kabbalah
(English version)

Exceptional!

Category: Music & Voices | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 23. January 2007
Numerology Explained

Most of the numerologist are using only Pythagorean numerology that is popular especially in the west. But my experience with Indian Numerology in India - the spiritual center of the world - has resulted in using both numerology systems. The systems are totally different, they use totally different numerology vibrations, different numerology calculation methods. And I wonder which system is better, the new one called Pythagorean Numerology or the old one Chaldean Numerology, that is more spiritual.

There is the Universal Consciousness also known as Chaitanya that is often mentioned in Numerology.


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This Chaitanya means tremendous Energy which pervades the universe. We cannot see this force but can feel its existence. If by any technique we can tune up our mind force with this Cosmic Energy or the Chaitanya, we can absorb some of this Cosmic Energy and enjoy its existence around us. There are people who are gifted or have developed certain powers such as telepathy, clairvoyance, etc. because they have the capacity to absorb this Cosmic Energy to some extent.


Numerology Explained: Professional Numerology by Johny Cusante.
Highly recommended. Very well done!
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 02. January 2007
07 - Is this your lucky number?

Is this your lucky number? Seventy-seven things you need to know about 07.

2007 ends with a number seen as special around the world. To Christians it represents perfection, while Muslims speak of seven heavens. To others it is lucky, magical or powerful (as well as being the spot count on a ladybird). So will the coming year be special too?

1 Seven is the optimum number of hours of sleep for humans, according to a US scientific study.


2 Seven is seen as a lucky number in many cultures. Japanese mythology talks of Shichifukujin (The Seven Gods of Fortune).


3 The seven deadly sins, or cardinal sins, were refined by Pope Gregory I in the 6th century. They are pride, avarice, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath, and sloth.


4 The seven virtues are humility, liberality, chastity, kindness, abstinence, patience, and diligence.


5 At a ceremony in Lisbon on 07/07/07, presumably at 7:07, the results of a global vote for the New Seven Wonders of the World will be announced. The 21 finalists include Stonehenge, the Kremlin and Timbuktu.


6 The superstitious believe that to break a mirror brings seven years of bad luck. The cure: to bury the pieces, or run them in a stream.


7 The average person's digit span (the number of digits they can recall in sequence) is seven.


8 The common ladybird has seven spots.

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Read more ...
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Saturday, 09. December 2006
Key to the Tarot & Study of the Tarot & The Egyptian Revival

Free e-Books (pdf):

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The pathology of the poet says that "the undevout astronomer is mad"; the pathology of the very plain man says that genius is mad; and between these extremes, which stand for ten thousand analogous excesses, the sovereign reason takes the part of a moderator and does what it can. I do not think that there is a pathology of the occult dedications, but about their extravagances no one can question, and it is not less difficult than thankless to act as a moderator regarding them.

Moreover, the pathology, if it existed, would probably be an empiricism rather than a diagnosis, and would offer no criterion. Now, occultism is not like mystic faculty, and it very seldom works in harmony either with business aptitude in the things of ordinary life or with a knowledge of the canons of evidence in its own sphere.


The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite.
(originally published 1910)

The circles are the ten Sephiroth. Their numbers are printed above their names, and these are also the numbers of the Tarot trumps from the Magician to the Wheel of Fortune. Below the Sephirotic titles are the numbers of the major trumps which also correspond to those Sephiroth.

To those critics who may complain that my interpretations of the Tarot differ widely from most of those published hitherto, I would point out the fact that nearly all the explanations of the Tarot that have found their way into print have been based upon the false attribution of the cards to the Hebrew alphabet, used by Eliphas Levi.

Finally, I have said nothing of the divinatory uses of the Tarot, not because I agree with those who deprecate its application to the art of divination; but rather because it is my belief that the best results in foretelling the future with the Tarot can he obtained by none who are not thoroughly grounded in the philosophy of the cares.

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An Introduction to the Study of the Tarot by Paul Foster Case.
(originally published 1920).

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The Tarot Trumps, being a sort of Universal Alphabet, may of course be interpreted in a variety of ways, but I shall discuss their Symbolism when arranged upon the Paths of the Tree of Life according to the Reformed Astrological Order given in the Appendix to
Q. B. L.

If by this means we obtain "More Light on the Tarot Trumps" and the Universal Tradition, which transcends what we call Light and Darkness, becomes plainer to my readers, the book will not have been written in vain.

Before discussing the matter in detail, I am giving a brief summary dealing with the earliest traditions of Mankind and their effect upon the present day, or the New Aeon, the Cycle of Aquarius, in which we are not living.


The Egyptian Revival or the Ever-Coming Son in the Light of the Tarot
by Frater Achad. (originally published ca. 1923)
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah | Tarot & Oracles |


Saturday, 07. October 2006
The Virtual Numerologist

To begin, type your full name, as it appears on your birth certificate, in the space, followed by your birth date.
The final report is generated as a single block of text, so if you'd like to save it simply select it all and copy it into another program,
such as a text editor, to save it to your disk.


The Virtual Numerologist

OK, it's a game, but for the basic meaning of numerology generally applicable.

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Category: Games & Humor | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 21. February 2006
Numerology II

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Numerology is perhaps the easiest of the occult arts to understand and use. All you need is the birth date and the complete name of an individual to unlock all of the secrets that the numbers hold.

There are eleven numbers used in constructing Numerology charts. These numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 22. Larger numbers that occur from adding the numbers in the complete birth date or from the values assigned to each name, are reduced by adding the digits together until the sum achieved is one of the core numbers. Merely add the components of the larger number together (repeatedly, if necessary) until a single digit (or the "master" numbers 11 or 22) results. Each of these number represents different characteristics and expressions.


Introduction to Numerology

In this section you will find Basic Ideas, The Core Numbers, Important Cycles and much more like Relationships by the Numbers, Naming Your Baby and Changing Your Name ...


On this page, I have calculated the Life Path number for each of the US Presidents. The purpose of this study is to determine how the nine Life Path numbers each score in producing quality individuals to serve as our leader. Then, how do these leaders lead based on this important factor associated with their birth? In the near future, I will be adding a second page, taking a look at the candidates for the 2008 election.

The Life Path numbers will be discussed individually identifying the Presidents having that number. When we think about leadership, the Life Path 1 and the Life Path 8 pop up as probable winners. Sure enough, both have had their fair share of success, especially the Life Path 8. But they certainly don't stand alone. Each Life Path number, 1 through 9 has produced multiple Presidents.

The US Presidents - A study of their Life Path number

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The first question I asked when numerology was exposed to me was why does it work. The second question was how does it work. Well, if we could answer these questions it wouldn't be an occult study, would it? Is it a God force? Do numbers have vibrations or something like that? Who knows? Just be objective and give it a try.

Numerology by Michael McClain (English)
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |


Sunday, 27. November 2005
Learn Kabbalah

What is the world? Who are we? What is the significance of our lives and actions? What is God? How can we come to know ultimate reality in our own experience? How do the body, heart, mind, and spirit fit together? And what are the roles of myth, ritual, morality, eroticism, meditation, ecstasy, sacred text, and prayer on the spiritual path?

These are some of the questions asked by the Kabbalah. You probably know that, in recent years, the Kabbalah has become very popular — even, a fad. I would invite you to set aside whatever preconceptions you may have about Kabbalah, though, since chances are, what is really there is not what you expect.

To be honest, I have been studying Kabbalah for twelve years, and each day, it isn’t what I expect either.

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"Ten Sefirot" by David Friedman


If you are new to Kabbalah, and want to know what it is, or if you know a bit about Kabbalah and want to deepen your knowledge and practice, you are in the right place.

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"Kabbalah" - Yitzchak Ben Yehuda



This website is a free source of Kabbalistic teachings, texts, and resources. It is created by Jay Michaelson, a teacher and student of Kabbalah, meditation, and spirituality. Jay has learned Kabbalah from rabbis in yeshivas, and from professors in universities, and has created this site to allow the wisdom of the Kabbalah to spread to a whoever is interested in receiving it. While the subjects of the Kabbalah are, by definition, mysteries, the Kabbalah does not have to be mysterious - or expensive - to learn.


Learn Kabbalah (English)

Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 22. November 2005
The Pythagorean Tarot

Why a "Pythagorean" tarot? This deck began as a project to embody my interpretations of the tarot, based on traditional iconography, archetypal imagery and Pythagorean numerology, into a deck for my own use.

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In the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn one was expected to copy one's own tarot deck from a master copy and to color it; however, in only a few contemporary orders, such the Builders of the Adytum (BOTA), are students expected to even color their own decks. Although I enjoy and respect many commercial tarot decks, I believe that at some point each serious student should design his or her own deck embodying their understanding of the Arcana. Indeed, as one's understanding evolves over a lifetime, it's not unreasonable to expect to design and construct several decks. On the basis of these beliefs I started work on the Pythagorean Tarot.


X. Fortuna - Tuche - Fortune

Verse:
The Wheel of Fortune turns; while one declines
Another is upraised, but she assigns
The fate who holds the hidden axle pin,
The sacred source where destinies begin.
Ensure each turn of life the soul refines!


It is significant that Fortune is trump 10, for the Pythagoreans say that the decad is a higher-order unity, since the decad circles back on itself and encompasses all the elementary numbers. This is symbolized by Greek and Roman numerals, since the Greek numeral for 10 is I, which is also the Roman numeral for 1. The Pythagoreans also call the decad "Fate" and the "All-fulfiller," since it brings all things to their natural ends. It represents the wheel, for it comprises the monad (1) and the ennead (9), which are the hub and the rim. Indeed, it is the outermost rim of the heavens, which turns all the inner spheres. X.Fortune heralds a new epoch of integration.

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The Pythagorean Tarot - A tarot system based on Pythagorean numerology and ancient Mediterranean spirituality.
An Interpretation of the Major and Minor Arcana by John Opsopaus. (English)
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah | Tarot & Oracles |


Tuesday, 18. October 2005
Kosmic Kabbalah Art

This combination of Kabbalah, meditation, and modern conceptual art produced a large series of kabbalistic/meditative paintings executed in watercolors and pen-and-ink. Friedman has developed his own original system of translating kabbalistic concepts into graphic shapes and colors based primarily on Sefer Yetzirah (the Book of Creation). Friedman is well-versed in classical Torah Texts (both conventional and esoteric) he is primarily self-taught, and prefers the way of the mystic - as independent and non-denominational as possible.

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The Holy Palace

This is a meditation on the geometry of the ancient Kabbalistic classic Sefer Yetzirah.

This mandala is based on the numbers three, seven and twelve, which are the foundations of Sefer Yetzirah, and their relationship to color theory.

Focus your eyes in the center of the rainbow-colored six-pointed Magen David, relax and breathe.

Soon you'll see the entire picture as a colorful three-dimensional cube with twelve edges.

Calm your mind and enter into this Holy Palace.


This picture is based on the Partzufim (Personifications) of Atzilut (the world of Emanation) described by the 16th century Zefat Kabbalist, Rabbi Isaac Luria.

This whole picture is only one figure - white-haired Grandfather Arikh Anpin (Large Face) who embraces his entire Family. A blue square is in the center of his featureless head that represents expanded consciousness - unconditional Love.

His beard descends and becomes Fathers and Mothers (Abba and Imma) who represent different levels of Wisdom and Understanding.

The three small figures in the head of the black-haired Son Zer Anpin (Small Face) represent constricted, conditional consciousness - his Wisdom, Understanding and Knowledge.

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Family Tree of Life


Below him is the red-haired Daughter Nukba, the 'vessel' who receives and channels all of these states of consciousness and gives birth to her Baby - Beriyah (the world of Creation), Yetzirah (the world of Formation) and Asiyah (the world of Action).

Kosmic Kabbalah Art by David Friedman.
Check also the teachings. (English)
Category: Art & Visions | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Sunday, 16. October 2005
666: What’s in a Number?

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Are you afraid of the number 666? If you were issued an automobile license plate or a telephone number that included a string of three sixes would you ask for a different number? Do you think the number 666 is inherently evil? Do you believe any number can in and of itself be evil?


The issue of FATE magazine that you are holding in your hands right at this moment is issue number 666. The 666th word in this article is "dead." Does this make you just a little bit nervous?

If it does, you are not alone. There is a name for your condition - "Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia" - the fear of the number 666.

Everyone has at least one or two superstitions that we feel somehow comfortably obliged to observe. My father was a geologist and a high-degree Freemason. He was for the most part a very logical and scientific man. Still, he was oddly superstitious about little things like spilling salt and walking under ladders.

Read more ...
Category: Articles & Essays | Demons & Devils | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Tuesday, 12. July 2005
Terror Attack Numerology

Last year, a terrorist attack against the Sears Tower in Chicago was averted on April 19th, 2004 when it was exposed on the Internet ... The attack was supposed to take place on April 19th, 2004, which was 911 hours after the day of the Madrid Train Bombings(3/11/2004).
When you add up the number of days after April 19th, 2004 and end with todays date, July 7th, 2005
April 20th, 2004 --> July 7th, 2005 = 444 Days ... The number 444 is part of a phenomena tied to the number 11:11.


Terror Attack Numerology by Alex Jones, Infowars. (English)

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"Numerology" by John S. Pritchett


Elsewhere: Are your eyes attracted to 11.11? by Uri Geller.

I am very sceptical of this statement. It's juggling with figures.
Category: News & Stories | Numerology & Kabbalah |


Thursday, 02. June 2005
Kabbalah - Kabbala

Eines gleich vorweg: Ein ziehmlich schwieriges Thema. Dies wird nicht der letzte Post dazu sein.
In front: A very difficult topic. This will not be the last entry to this subject.

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In Judaism, Kabbalah means literally "what has been handed down", i.e. Tradition. The idea is that just as there is a written scripture or Divine Revelation, the "Revealed Torah (Law)", this being the Pentateuch (the so-called first five books of Moses; i.e. the first five books of the Old Testament; to which were later appended commentaries like the Talmud, Mishnah, and so on), so there is also an inner or "hidden" Torah, a "secret" (sod), which gives the inner meaning of the Torah, and describes the nature of God, creation, the origin of the Cosmos, the nature of man, and so on. It is this Hidden Torah, which is supposedly handed down by word of mouth (although since the twelfth century it has been committed to writing) that constitutes the Kabbalah.


Kabbalah then, is the occult or mystical branch of the religion, the inner or esoteric counterpart to the outer or legalistic doctrine, the Torah or "Law", just as Sufism is the occult and mystical tradition within Islam.

The Kabbalah by M. Alan Kazlev. (English)
A lot of Kabbalah material and online edition of Sefer Yetzirah.

A repository of authentic Jewish Kabbala. Essays, translations and history enhanced by commentary and pop-up glosses: KabbalaOnline.org. (English)

This project takes advantage of hypertext to make immediate the connections between many disciplines including Jungian metapsychology, Yoga philosophy, astrology, Tarot, Jewish Mysticism, and Qabala. The Tree of Life is a map; with HTML, it becomes clickable - the correspondences can be shown or hidden instantly, in vibrant, full color.

The Interactive Qabala - A Hyperpædia of En Sof Aur (English)
Superb!

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Who am I and what do I exist for? Why was I born? Where did I come from? Where am I heading? Have I already been here? Will I return here? What is my role in the universe? ... Can I attain complete fulfillment in this lifetime, and if so how? ... The single answer to all these questions is attaining the perfection of upper world, which is filled with pleasures. This is the essence of the wisdom of Kabbalah, which provides a practical method for understanding the goal of creation and our purpose in life: achieving tranquility, eternity, and unbounded joy while still living in this world. In this manner a person takes control over his life and transcends the boundaries of time and space.

The Wisdom of Kabbalah by Bnei Baruch. (English & German)
A very large site, first take a look at their Beginner's Guide to Kabbalah before you look to the harder stuff.

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Diese Homepage kann bestimmten Personen einen ersten Kontakt mit der authentischen Kabbala gewähren. Hier werden ausgewählte Textausschnitte, Bücher und weitere Internetseiten empfohlen, die möglicherweise fruchtbringend und erweiternd auf die Nachforschungen eines ernsthaft nach Spiritualität Suchenden einwirken können. Es soll vermittelt werden worum es sich bei der Kabbala wirklich handelt.

Authentisches Textarchiv der Kabbala: Die Weisheit der Kabbala von Peter Staaden. (German)


... allgemein unterscheiden wir drei Kategorien der Kabbala: die Theoretische, die Meditative und die Magische ...

Die mystische Seite im Judentum: Kabbala / Kabalah von David Gall, haGalil onLine. (German)
Sehr gut hier die Beschreibung über die Schulen.

Die moderne Form - Neo-Kabbalah: The Kabbalah Centre - with Online Courses.

Achtung! 1969 gründete Philip Berg das erste Kabbalah Centre in Tel Aviv. Von den 2004 weltweit 50 Lokalitäten sind die in Los Angeles und London am wichtigsten, doch existiert auch eines in Hannover. Das Vermögen der Organisation soll sich auf etwa 25 Millionen US-Dollar belaufen. Der Bewegung gehören schätzungsweise 60 000 bis 200 000 Klienten an. Bekannt wurde sie, weil sich zahlreiche Prominente lautstark zu den Lehren bekennen, darunter die Popsängerin Madonna mit Ehemann Guy Ritchie, Britney Spears, Mick Jagger, Winona Ryder, Gwyneth Paltrow, Elizabeth Taylor, Paris Hilton, Paul Newman, Jeff Goldblum, Monica Lewinsky, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Naomi Campbell, Victoria und David Beckham. Jerry Hall soll sich inzwischen wieder distanzieren ("Ich wusste nicht, dass man zehn Prozent seines Einkommens spenden muss, um durch die Wundertür zu gehen", wurde sie in der britischen Presse zitiert). QUELLE: Wikipedia
Category: Numerology & Kabbalah |


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