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Gifts of Abraham: The Untold Story of Brahman, a Jewish Perspective

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This eye-opening book will give you a whole new understanding of other spiritual dimensions. Venture a genuine journey to the recesses of your soul. Gifts of Abraham gives you an ancient treasure made for a modern world. Each page filled with divine wisdom unfolds the spiritual links between Judaism, Buddhism, Zen, Yoga and other spiritual and mental exercises to enhance ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2002 by OGO Books
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Sep 24, 2012 Daniel rated it really liked it
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I got this book back in 2002 when author Audi Gozlan came to talk at my synagogue in Miami Beach. At the time I found his lecture, focusing on Abraham as the father of meditation in both east and west, interesting, so I purchased the book. It took me 10 years to get to it, but the timing was just perfect.

Gifts of Abraham presents a look at meditation across the world religious landscape and shows how it all ties back to Abraham with the use of Biblical commentary, Talmudic discussion, midrashim
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