The Way of Kabbalah

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Weiser Books, 1. jan. 1976 - 224 sider
This work proposes that the biblical accounts of slavery in Egypt and the Promised Land are allegories of the basic human condition and struggles of inner growth. The individual's search for a spiritual teacher follows, introducing the theory and practice of Kabbalistic knowledge.
 

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Innhold

Introduction
11
The Tradition
15
Language
22
The Great Tree of Azilut
27
The Work of Creation
37
Natural Adam The Body
44
Natural Adam The Psyche
50
Slaves in Egypt
59
Preparation
124
Literal
128
Allegorical
135
Metaphysical
142
Will
151
Minor and Major States
159
Neshamah Soul
165
Kavvanah Intention
175

The Promised Land
64
Jacob and Esau
69
The Zadek
74
Kabbalah
80
Objective Knowledge
87
Groups
94
Group Structure
99
Group Dynamics
105
Meeting
111
Out of Egypt
117
Preparation
180
The Approach of Action
188
The Approach of Devotion
195
The Approach of Contemplation
202
Ascension
209
Editorial Note
217
Glossary of Terms
219
Index
221
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