Synopses & Reviews
In The Way of the Kabbalist, Yehuda Berg describes exactly what people who practice Kabbalah do and why they do it. He lifts the veil of mystery around the spiritual tools used to achieve self-control, abundance, healing, love, and joy. This book explains the significance of certain clothing and colors; of hair and head coverings; of special days and meditations; of immersion in water and rolling in the snow; incense and candle lighting; food classifications and combinations, and much more. The spiritual technologies taught by The Kabbalah Centre are all defined here in this user's manual.
About the Author
A bestselling author and prominent authority on Kabbalah, Yehuda Berg is part of a long lineage of kabbalistic masters, and the son of Rav and Karen Berg of The Kabbalah Centre. In 2009, GQ magazines The Gentlemens Fund honored him for being an Agent of Change in the field of Education. Yehuda has authored more than 30 books on topics ranging from self-empowerment and depression, to relationships and the Bible. He lectures internationally on the power of human consciousness and the possibility of personal transformation and global change. Yehuda speaks to thousands of people from all walks of life. Teaching Kabbalah as a wisdom of change, he simply delivers deep and complex concepts in a way that is applicable to daily life. Yehuda is co-director of Kabbalah Centre International, Inc. Founded in 1922, KCI is a not-for-profit organization leading the way to bringing Kabbalah to everyone who wants to learn.