The Kabbalah Haggadah: Pesach Decoded (English)

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The Kabbalah Haggadah: Pesach Decoded Here is the complete Haggadah in both Hebrew and English.... mehr
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The Kabbalah Haggadah: Pesach Decoded Here is the complete Haggadah in both Hebrew and English. But it is much more than the tradtional Seder reading of the story of the Israelite's exodus from bondage in Egypt. Why is this Haggadah different from all other Haggadoth? The Kabbalah Haggadah reveals that, actually, we are still in Egypt, enslaved to the Pharaoh of Ego, with its afflictions, addictions, victim consciousness, and reactive nature. The holiday of Pesach, or Passover, provides us with a unique window in time to set ourselves free from ego, the source of all choas. This Haggadah shows us how to break the invisible chains that restrain us and separate us from the source of our blessings; how best to maximize the Pesach opportunity to connect with the Light and achieve higher consciousness. Yehuda Berg's commentary is a compendium of kabbalistic thought culled from sages throughout history, peppered with their stories explaining the lessons surrounding Pesach. It is best read in advance, to enhance understanding of the meaning behind the practices associated with Pesach, and to learn how to prepare for the connection. The Kabbalagh Haggadah was created to be read not only during the Seder, but all year long, as a vehicle for insight and transformation.

Artikeltyp: Buch
Sprache: English
Autor: Yehuda Berg
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