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The word "Kabbalah" means to receive. Kabbalah is a science that teaches us the way things should be in the world. It allows us to extend ourselves beyond the standard routine of our every day lives, so that we can see the bigger picture. People who study Kabbalah perceive everything that happens in the world in a different manner than everyone else. They understand the global processes working on us because they are completely connected to the source of these processes.
Kabbalah.info is designed as an educational center where users can study, read and download free e-Books, and now, for the first time, they can also participate in free live Zohar classes online via the web site. The classes are taught by Israeli based Kabbalist Michael Laitman, and include in-depth explanations of original Zohar texts. While even advanced students cannot grasp the precise meaning of this complex material, attempting to connect to the concepts presented allows participants to derive the most out of each session. Lessons that the Rabbi gives are broadcasted live over the web, translated into English (either simultaneously or afterward), and posted on the site in their complete form. Additionally, all the books that the group publishes are available in complete e-Book form on the site. The site will soon become a 24-hour broadcasting station of spiritual content.
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all products are also available
People who study Kabbalah are aware that anything we do, and even good deeds we perform, are solely for the sake of feeling good about ourselves. According to the great sages, this elaborate production that we call life is all for a single purpose - to cause us to sit up and recognize the forces of nature governing our world. We were created in a certain way specifically for the sake of undergoing this process. The goal is not to make us more charitable or nicer people, but to allow us to see how opposite we are to the divine forces. Nature's only goal is to bestow all the good providence has in store for us, while our true nature is all about receiving.
Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag (1885-1954),
who wrote the commentary on the Book of Zohar, was the last greatest Kabbalist
of our time. He left behind a special method of study for the souls
of this generation that people of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures
can benefit from simply by reading the texts that were provided in modern-day
language. These texts are available online in over 20 languages at www.kabbalah,
and can be accessed without registering or providing personal information.
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