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The Kabbalah Deck: Pathway to the Soul

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The mystic tradition of the Kabbalah is no longer exclusively for people of the Jewish faith. Embraced by dreamers, seekers, and believers alike, this ancient source of wisdom and spiritual guidance offers a practical method for attaining tranquillity and fulfillment in everyday life. The unique, portable format provides an engaging, interactive way to explore Jewish mysti ...more
Cards, 160 pages
Published August 1st 2000 by Chronicle Books
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Warhammer Grantham
I don't really know how to rate this book, because I knew nothing about Kabbalah before reading it. This book taught me Kabbalah is a medatative musing on the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet's expressions and the 10 attributes of the divine. It sounds like Kabbalah is a sorry of mystical tarot card practice, with the cards/letters steeped in mystical Hebrew tradition.
Margot Friedman
Feb 09, 2008 Margot Friedman rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: seekers, learners
This is a great way to learn about the Kabbalah. I tried to read books about it and always got confused. This is a deck of cards that explains the principles and provides guidance for life. I love the concept of Tikkun Olam, which translates to "repairing the world." It holds that the world is broken and each of us has a special duty to help fix it.
Alia Makki
Such a relief to hold and use and read after so many years of studying the intricacies of Tarot cards. The Kabbalah Deck makes a lovely morning reading. It's uplifting and 'smart', and not really Jewish as far as the very-stuck and the very-demotivated (should) care.
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