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Kabbalah: The Life of the Dead in Sefer-ha-Zohar

Death is anticipated and experienced by every night’s sleep which functions as a rehearsal. Read More »

Kabbalah: Sefer ha-Zohar’s Mysterious Reality of Dreams

The perilous world of sleep and dreams, in Sefer ha-Zohar. Read More »

Kabbalah: The Secret Play of the Hebrew Letters

The Kabbalah as a secret play with letters. Read More »

Kabbalah: Sefer HaBahir – Satanic Attribute of the Divine

The anthropomorphic connection between the divine spheres and human body produces a peculiar view of evil. Read More »

Kabbalah: Umberto Eco’s Poetics Meets Jewish Mysticism

Eco's postmodern fiction puts on the same level mystical devotion, religious orders, the occult, and, to a certain extent, even science. Read More »

Kabbalah – Abraham Abulafia the Prophetic Kabbalist

The Prophetic kabbalah of Abraham Abulafia Read More »

Kabbalah: The Mystical Origin of Psychoanalysis

Is Jewish Kabbalah a forerunner of psychoanalysis? Read More »

Kabbalah: Yom Kippur – Mystical Union

Yom Kippur is a fearful day, as it forces us to prepare for death. But it also reflects the union of divine mother and daughter. Read More »

Rosh Ha-Shanah – The Journey for Redemption

The Jewish New Year in a Kabbalistic light. Read More »

Ancient Kabbalah- Entering Heavenly Palaces

The ancient texts of Helhalot and Merkavah Read More »