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Kabbalah: The Power to Change Everything

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From best-selling author and noted teacher and speaker Yehuda Berg comes a thought-provoking call to action on our current global crisis. Positing that our collective abdication of responsibility — in every facet of our lives, including business and the economy, the environment, government and politics, healthcare, education, and religion — has contributed to the problems ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published November 17th 2009 by Kabbalah Publishing (first published 2009)
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Linda  Branham Greenwell
The Power to Change Everything is a very eye opening book... it is a very in depth discussion of how we effect our world by the choices we make. Yehuda teaches us how these choices impact ourselves, our communities, and the world at large. He gives examples that are very understandable and clear and specific. Many of examples I will use in my Psychology classes :)
He also challenges us to look inside of ourselves and see where "we" need to make those changes in ourselves... that IS where it all b
Very insightful and helpful in how to change your thinking to be a better person to change the world now to just apply it.
JP Villalobos
Great book. A game changer in my spiritual awakening. Was going through a rut with the catholic-Christian religious errant monotonous message. This book along with other Buddhists book elevated me to a higher spiritual and intellectual plane. I quickly understood that I did not have to belong to a certain religion to have the spiritual experience. In fact I had the spiritual awakening once I left all controlled religions organized by man.
Yehuda Berg's attempt to make us aware of what needs to be changed to form a new world consciousness. I enjoyed reading about his life experiences- Hence, the title: "My nanny was a suicide bomber". The positive vibe of the book title persuaded me to read this. However, while reading, I could feel his fears of where the human race might be headed. I can honestly say that I was not left with the same optimism at the end.
Michele Harrod
I love all of Yehuda Berg's books, they challenge me to think in a whole new way, and to live a better life - Kabballah is something I need to study more. But even if you don't - every single one of his books is worth the read!
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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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