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“Secrets of the Zohar” Reveal Universal Truths

secrets of the zoharIf you can’t get yourself to one of the many Kabbalah Centers around the world, you don’t need to fret. There are many alternative ways of drinking from the inspiring fountain of wisdom of the Kabbalah, and of course one of those ways is by reading a book, or books.

One fascinating book you might want to try is Michael Berg’s latest, called, “Secrets of the Zohar: Stories and Meditations to Awaken the Heart.”

This book is specially designed to help students of the Zohar to access its deep mysteries in a simple and straightforward fashion that goes straight to the heart.

The most famous stories of the Jewish sages are dealt with here and deciphered to reveal the inner meaning behind the charm and interest of the original story. Each story offers a special meditation, and parts of the Zohar itself are presented, in the original Aramaic text as well as the English translation right by its side. Now there is no reason not to scan and read aloud to drink from the full waters of the Zohar’s mysterious waters to quench your thirst and become spiritually transformed.


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Joy and Light

Here it is – my first incidental encounter with someone over Kabbalah!

I met this person, Joy, when I was shopping for an English version of the Zohar. You see, the Zohar is the primary Kabbalah work that dates back to earlier than the year 200 C.E.

Written by Rabi Shimon bar Yochai, it is written in Aramaic – a semitic language like Hebrew. The Zohar forms the basis for all the works of Kabbalah. The Kabbalah Centers, founded by Rav Berg, teach English classes in Kabbalah, which makes it easier to understand and follow.

So, shopping for the Zohar in English had me meet this person who has been study Kabbalah at the Kabbalah Center. She has helped me understand s few things. Joy is her name, and she is a student of the Kabbalah teacher Karen Berg.

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