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The Way: Using the Wisdom of Kabbalah for Spiritual Transformation and Fulfillment

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The simple and practical wisdom I have gained by reading this book and studying Kabbalah is immeasurable.

"This book will inspire your soul. Michael Berg has accomplished the monumental task of translating the eternal truths of life into spiritual common sense. Without a doubt, The Way will become one of the sacred texts of your own life."
-Caroline Myss, Ph.D., au
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 1st 2002 by Wiley (first published 2001)
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Robert C.
Feb 23, 2016 Robert C. rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A friend of mine switched his spiritual inclinations from BK to Kabbalah and he told me a little about it. He seemed happy as a result of the changeover. He also said some stuff about winning a chess competition, which he attributed to studying Kabbalah - something about reading some of the scriptures in their original language (without understanding it).

I was kind of intrigued.

Having read the book, I'm still a little intrigued, but enough to make me want to read books in a language I don't unde
Jul 22, 2012 Quinn rated it really liked it
For years, I have been studying the Kabbalah, often thought of as the book of Jewish mysticism. That's sort of like calling Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" a book on the mysticism of the kitchen. Both are books explaining intricate and complex topics--and both give examples, tips, tell stories with the hope of enhancing your ability to nurture yourself and your life.

Reading the Kabbalah will not make you a mystic any more than reading "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" wi
May 01, 2016 Pam rated it really liked it
I always wanted to know more about the Kabbalah. Now I know a bit about e tip it the ice burg. I love how all religious traditions truly dove tail together and form a whole of truth and oneness.
Nancy Thornton
May 10, 2014 Nancy Thornton rated it it was amazing
Excellent read!
Michele Harrod
Sep 12, 2009 Michele Harrod rated it it was amazing
I found this utterly inspiring, and being that I am anti all controlling religions, this rang true to me on every level. I followed up with the Power of Kabbalah, and found it very interesting that most of the founding work or writings of Kabbalah was written prior to any of today's religions and is the basis of all of them, and also foretold, (4000 years ahead of its time, no less) most of the scientific findings of the last 4-5 centuries. Superb stuff. Will certainly lead me to further reading ...more
Apr 04, 2009 Maxim rated it did not like it
Another crap from 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.
Oct 07, 2009 Heidi rated it it was amazing
good intro to Kabbalah but felt that it was stuff most of us are living by anyways. But its a good reminder considering we could always use a little reminder from time to time.
Jan 07, 2008 Jonathan rated it liked it
This book really allows you to understand the Kaballah without having to drink the water or wear the bracelet. Honestly, good insight - usable in everyday life.
Sep 15, 2013 Jazzy rated it did not like it
Some ideas/philosophies I found I didn't agree with and some were cool to think about.
Shayna Abrams
Dec 29, 2011 Shayna Abrams rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another book for those of us with a lot of questions regarding a tough subject to grasp.
Apr 17, 2013 Sonia rated it it was amazing
Mega Noice ! Must read for all those who are in search of Spiritual fulfilment..
Mar 06, 2008 Rmychal21 rated it really liked it
Interesting perspectives on the wisdom of Kabbalah. Worth the read.
Dec 11, 2007 Kim rated it it was amazing
Very interesting look into the mystical arm of judaism.
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Rabbi Michael Berg (born June 29, 1973) is the co-director of the Kabbalah Centre, alongside his mother Karen Berg. He is the son of Philip Berg, the founder of the Kabbalah Centre. Michael edited an unabridged English translation of the Zohar. He is also a cofounder of Raising Malawi.

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