El poder de la Cabalá (Tecnologia para el Alma)
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El poder de la Cabalá (Tecnologia para el Alma)

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Is it possible to turn that rush that comes from closing a business deal or having a brief, passionate affair into an enduring sense of wholeness and peace? Kabbalah, according to its increasingly large group of practitioners, is the path from that fleeting feeling of pleasure that most people settle for to the lasting fulfillment that is their birthright as human beings....more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 12th 2004 by Kabbalah Publishing (first published January 1st 2000)
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First off, if you have read Mr. Berg’s book, “Living Kabbalah”, please attempt to forget everything that you’ve read. This book is better. Much better.

However, a previous criticism of Mr. Berg’s work is that the parables and teachings are used throughout all of his books. It’s one thing to say the same thing and tailor it different ways, like Abraham does through the Abraham-Hicks works. It’s another to basically say the same example for the same concept, book after book. I found it too easy to...more
This is a simple introduction to a complex philosophy. If you are a seeker of something structured to meet the quantum world, the Kabbalah has stood the test of time and is extremely noteworthy in this troubles day and time.
A brilliant book about the Kabbalah.
If you are curious about the Kabbalah’s teachings including its history, the doctrine and etc, you should definitely pick this book up.
I have always found Kabbalah extremely intriguing, but it wasn’t till recent years that detailed books about it were published, and “The Power of Kabbalah: Technology for the Soul” is a great example of a introductory guide to the Kabbalah dogma.
Religion is a really sensitive topic and I personally don’t believe on people sh...more
This is a quick overview of Kabbalah that is interesting in a variety of ways. One way is its take on the purpose of the existence of evil.

"A burning candle emits no light against the backdrop of a brilliant sunlit day. But in a darkened football stadium, even a single candle is clearly visible. Similarly, the Vessel was incapable of creating and sharing in a realm already radiating Light."

I disagreed with the author's statement that "It makes little sense...to ponder the source of infinity whe...more
I'm currently taking a free Kabbalah course at http://edu.kabbalah.info/home. This book is the most simple, easy to follow piece of literature I've read on the subject or any subject for that matter. Some of the texts and articles I've read are complicated in the terms and abstract descriptions used since for the layperson, Kabbalah requires interpretation from the teacher or author. The author Yeuda Berg has a wonderful weekly blog and youtube channel (yehudaberg) that I find clear, relatable a...more
I got this book as a present from a good friend, so I read it. I was curious at first, but after 200 pages I really wanted to get to the last one. I have read several self-help/mystic books and most of them I have enjoyed at least partially. This one is an exception, its full of dumb examples, the author tries really hard to convince the reader that the Kabbalah is THE TRUTH, that its even science and the message behind is quite greedy and selfish, it's spirituallity for your pocket and for "suc...more
Another crap from Kabbalah.com their teaching have nothing to do with authentic jewish mysticism and kabbalah.
My suggestion do not waste your time and money on this crap.
Their main aim is to get as much money out of your pocket by brainwashing you, There are many complaints about kabbalah centre in USA on the internet, as well on the inconsitency of their books, if you are interested in kabbalah, go for Aryeh Kaplan books, he is one of authentic true master and teacher of Kabbalah.
This book is straightforward, clear presentation of some of the basics of kabbalah, the mystical part of Judaism. Kabbalistic ideas have had influence upon philosophers, Christian writers, and many in the metaphysical realm as well. At this time kabbalah is experiencing widespread interest among a wider audience interested in spirituality, healing, and personal growth, and it is this group this book addresses.

One cannot consider The Power of Kabbalah to be a complete introduction to the field, r...more
Gaz Page
Some interesting philosophical ideas and arguements promoting this jewish mysticism. It is an advertisement for a larger school of discipline which I do not gave too much faith for or trust. The idea that modern physics and the 10 dimensions being in agreement with their sephirot is a boastful statement which proves nothing. Just as the big bang being likened to the word of G-d or Ohm of Sanskrit Hindu faith. An interesting look at monotheistic thought.
Brilliant beginner's guide to a stupendous resource that I would be foolish not to act upon. The discourse on The Opponent and the ultimate remedy "Resistance" is of epic proportions. I intend to read this book again to reinforce it's precepts and to achieve transformation for the good. Of course, the journey of transformation of consciousness is continuous and unending.
Kathy Nealen
This book started out with a very interesting reconciliation of Genesis and the Big Bang Theory. Later the book seemed to be very superstitious. When I researched the author, I discovered he is not considered a universally well-respected expert on Kabbalah. While there may be some wisdom here, it seems that it may not be authentic Kabbalah teachings.
Brian Hunt
Sep 01, 2007 Brian Hunt rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: the spiritually hungry
so basic and yet so profound. it's part big bang theory, part christianity, part The Secret and part good old-fashioned karma. reading this book is like meeeting someone for the first time and feeling like you've known them for years.
Nov 19, 2007 Sheli rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: ANYONE!
Gosh - what didn't I learn from the book. It started my journey as a student of Kabbalah. The lessons and the journey have been incredible. I could probably give 20 Kabbalah books I've read, but this one started me off -
Qualche spunto interessante. Un linguaggio che, per restare semplice, risulta povero. Lo credevo un testo per avvicinarsi, da profani, a un tema lontano. Mi sono imbattutto in un libercolo 'di cassetta'.
Britney Petrini
I have started, and then stopped, and really want to start reading this book again. Its full of a completely new outlook on life, a found every bit of what I read so far true and insiring!
Michele Harrod
See review for The Way. I have found this very inspiring. Logical, and on some inner level it rings true. Has certainly steered me onto a new path of reading material!
Mary Jaclyn
lots of information, but just a little on each page. Very important or beginners.
It made me realize that I'll never be able to follow Kabbalah because of my anger issues!
"Inoffensivo ma pieno di frottole"

Se cercate un'introduzione alle tecniche cabalistiche, NON è questo il libro. Sta alla Cabala come Giacoppo (quello dei misteri delle piramidi) sta ad Einstein.

Come ha fatto Rabbi Berg ad intortarsi Madonna e Demi Moore? Solita ricetta alla Giacoppo: moltiplicando le spiegazioni "praeter necessitatem", alla faccia di Guglielmo da Occam. L'importante è non dimostrarsi troppo fanatici, così si sembra intelligenti.

Per carità, libro comunque inoffensivo ed anzi a...more
Questo �� stato per me uno dei libri-rivelazione, forse quello pi�� importante di tutti. Fino all'ultima parte gli avrei dato quattro stelline senza riserva, ma sono stato infastidito da due cose:

1. I riferimenti all'undici settembre 2001. Con tutto il rispetto per i morti, mi viene difficile credere che lo Zohar contenga previsioni alle torri del World Trace Center e a Bin Laden...

2. La pubblicit�� del kabbalah center. �� naturale che l'autore voglia diffondere la conoscenza della kabbalah, ma...more
Estevo Raposo
Este es un libro sencillo, y seguro que la Kabbalah es algo mucho más complejo y díficil de aprender, pero creo que para un completo ignorante de la cuestión como yo, es un buen comienzo.

Me ha cautivado la sencillez de las explicaciones que ofrece sobre el origen y la finalidad de la existencia humana, tengo intención de seguir releyéndolo un poco más para aprehender las ideas que contiene, tan sencillas como profundas.
Es un libro que cautiva el interés con respecto a los temas básicos de la kabbalah; muy sencillo de leer, ampliamaente recomendado para quienes iniciamos en el estudio de la Kabbalah.
Kyle Wendy
I've already started to apply some principals to my life and am so much happier. Written in easy to digest chapters, this book is a life changer.
I liked this one. Supposedly predating many ancient religious manuscripts that are today's modern religions, Kabbalah has been the basis of many of these. They are inextricably connected through characters and events. Great attitude adjuster. Practical and very interesting read. Challenges your thought of exactly how creation happened too without sounding like a bunch of bullshit. Scientific in its' approach to explanations.
This book is truly an amazing, eye-opening, thought provoking read!! I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone, regardless of whether they are religious, spiritual, atheist, etc. This book explains the ways of the universe in such a way that it feels as if we have known this our whole lives but it just hadn't been said in a way that we truly understood it.
My first introduction to Kabbalah. The author writes simplistically and does not deviate too widely on his Jewish-based assertions. (There is also some controversy over Berg and his foundation: check it out on the Internet.) However, it is a starting point, if you read it with a clear mind and a bit of salt!
Ashley Howard
I have to admit I have been curious about this "cult-like" religion for sometime... and what I found is that it is not a cult, nor a religion and is quite inspiring. Simple, basic ideas about how the universe was created and what is out purpose.
I will be researching more on Kabbalah for sure!
Amanda Bruce
This book was really enjoyable. Very thought provoking and answering many questions relating to life purpose. Nicely written and not too difficult to comprehend. A must read for anyone on a spiritual quest for self awareness.
Bondi Shepherds
Un manuale di facile accesso che accomuna (forse un po' troppo alla leggera) Newton a Gesù. Ma almeno mi ha permesso di capire l'origine del rispetto che istintivamente portavo già per queste Guide dell'Umanità.
Diego Borges
A kabbalah nos ensina como nos conectarmos e adaptarmo-nos ao mundo dos 99% q está atrás da visão comum e reativa. Vale a pena seguir este ensinamento.
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Yehuda Berg is a renowned authority on Kabbalah. Touted as "the people's kabbalist," he shares these teachings as a technology to improve everyday life. In 2007 Newsweek named Yehuda one of the top 5 rabbi's in the US. Yehuda believes that only by transforming our negativity can we unlock our greatest blessings. A bestselling author whose books include The Power of Kabbalah and 72 Names of God, Ye...more
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