By Rabbi Yehudah Lev Ashlag,Yedidah Cohen
A Tapestry for the Soul takes the Introduction to the Zohar (as translated in within the Shadow of the Ladder) as its major thread, from its commencing to its finish. Excerpts from Rabbi Ashlag’s different writings are skillfully positioned all through, so as to clarify the Introduction to the Zohar intensive. this can be a completely leading edge manner of training. the advantages hence received comprise the truth that the reader can stick with Rabbi Ashlag’s idea without delay, with out the necessity for an middleman to give an explanation for his principles, therefore permitting direct touch among the grasp Kabbalist and the reader. Now, even the newbie is ready to research from actual Kabbalah texts.
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A Tapestry for the Soul: The Introduction to the Zohar by Rabbi Yehudah Lev Ashlag, Explained Using Excerpts Collated from His Other Writings Including Suggestions for Inner Work by Rabbi Yehudah Lev Ashlag,Yedidah Cohen