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Kabbalah: Revealing the Concealed

The Torah has a revealed as well as an esoteric dimension. The revealed side, the Written and Oral Torah, is transmitted in the form of letters. The...

Truly Kaballistic!

KABBALAH. The mere mention of the word conjures up images of magical and mysterious otherworldly dimensions, of spiritual secrets that are profoundly...

Spiritual Schizophrenia

An exclusive study of the "revealed" aspect of  Torah, often referred to as "nigleh", may provide one with Torah-knowledge. He...

Can you please give me a brief definition of kabbalah?

Often referred to as the "soul" of the  Torah, the Kabbalah is an ancient Jewish tradition which teaches the deepest insights into the...

Is it true that it is prohibited to study Kabbalah before age 40?

We are often asked how it is permitted to teach Kabbalah to young and not strongly educated Jews, who are not even close to being "40 years of age...

Three Categories of Kabbalah

The study of Kabbalah is divided into three basic areas: the theoretical, the meditative, and the practical. The theoretical deals with the form of the...

What is Kabbalah? ...And Why?

Kabbalah is the ancient Jewish mystical tradition which teaches the deepest insights into the essence of G-d, His interaction with the world, and the...

Kabbalah: Contemplative and Practical

Kabbalah Iyunit Kabbalah Iyunit (or "Contemplative Kabbalah"), the category to which the majority of kabbalistic texts in circulation today...

Must I convert to Judaism in order to learn Kabbalah?

Kabbalah is an integral component of the Torah. As with all aspects of Torah, non-Jews should study the teachings which enable and enhance their service...

Kabbalah - What's All The Fuss About?

Today, we are living in an era of gross materialism. While the sixties and early seventies were marked by youthful aspirations to change the nature of...