The Kabbalah

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The Cabala (Kabbalah), in Hebrew qabbalah (receive) is a discipline and school of esoteric thought related to Judaism. The Kabbalah uses various more or less arbitrary methods to analyze the senses and meanings hidden in the Torah (the sacred text of the Jews and the Christians call the Pentateuch, and represents the first five books of the Bible). In ancient Jewish literature, the Kabbalah was the full knowledge of the doctrine received, with the exception of the Pentateuch, this doctrine included poets and hagiographers of oral traditions and were later incorporated into the text of the Mishnah. His major texts include the Tree of Life, the Talmud of the 10 sefirot, the Zohar, Sefer Yetzirah and the preface to the Wisdom of Kabbalah.

The Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom that reveals how the universe and life work. On a literal level, the word Kabbalah means “receive”. It is the study of how to receive the fullness of our lives. Most of us, at some point in our lives, we had the impression that we are not as happy as we could be. Paradoxically, often, the more we strive for that fullness, this fullness we see further and we fail to obtain it. When we speak of fullness, we do not mean just to be happy or experience fleeting states of temporarily being. We refer to connect with the energy and maintain our connection in a real way for a long period of time.

The Kabbalah is an ancient system for life. It teaches that all branches of our lives – health, relationships, career – emanate from the same trunk and root. It is the technology of how the universe works from a basic level. One way to see how the world can connect to that level of permanent fullness sought. Kabbalah teaches universal principles that apply to all people, of all religions and doctrines, regardless of ethnicity or where you come from. The beauty of the study of Kabbalah is that you can not compel to think in a certain way. There can be no restriction on spirituality.

According to the writers: the Italian Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) and the German philosopher Johannes Reuchlin Kabbalistic (1455-1522) and finally the German mathematician Wilhelm Schickard (1592-1635), the Kabbalah was an earlier ancestral wisdom to all religions that the god Yahweh had first revealed to Adam (the first man, according to Hebrew mythology), then Yahweh would communicate to Abraham, then to Moses on Mount Sinai, while he was delivering the Tables of the Law, an event that according to Jewish place it around the XIII century BC.

Five thousand years ago, a set of spiritual principles were communicated to humanity, in a moment of divine revelation. These ancient revelations are to unlock all the mysteries of life and give us the secret code that governs the universe. This is an incredible system of logic and a phenomenal technology that can alter the way we see life. This is the oldest sacred document that exists. This extraordinary set of powerful tools known as The Zohar - the original instructions of  the manual of life, which is the basis of kabbalistic wisdom. In recent years, millions of men and women around the world have discovered the Kabbalah and changed his life dramatically. Its timeless principles are applicable to all seeking fullness ..

Kabbalah provides a map to get rid of chaos and experience the world of how the Creator wanted that we could experience it. within the learning of Kabbalah is meant what really is chaos and therefore powerful tools for removing this chaos and its replacement with the unity of love and satisfaction are discovered.

Our physical universe operates under a clear set of spiritual laws. Through the wisdom of Kabbalah, these spiritual laws are explained in a clear and understandable way. where the student of Kabbalah is able to give meaning to their lives and experience the joy and satisfaction that is intended to have.

It seems unlikely that the first information communicated to the people who lived 5000 years ago could have some relevance to men and women of today. however the wisdom of Kabbalah is needed more now than at any other time in our history. The Kabbalah is not a religion, not dogma, and is not a belief system that has to be followed nor is the personal opinion of how the universe works seen by someone. It is simply knowledge that always should be known and shared one as a birthright of humanity


It also seeks to explain how God showed his truths and mysteries through the angel Raziel after Adam’s fall. The cabal as such is the accumulation of knowledge of all Jewish mystical traditions that existed from BC and came to reinterpret Scripture so many different ways that managed to create a mystical close to Gnosticism or Hasidism.
For centuries, the study of Kabbalah was available to scholars Jewish men, married men over forty years only, and was forbidden to all others. This tradition of hidden knowledge existed until 1969

In essence, the Kabbalah is a system of mystical and allegorical interpretation of the Torah, which seeks the meaning of the world and the “truth”. To interpret the hidden meanings of the five books of the Christian Bible and the revelation of them seeks understanding of the universe and life itself. It can also be understood in a metaphysical way to seek enlightenment and can be understood as a means through which to get to know the reality around us. Kabbalistic is the statement that “absolute knowledge has no purpose but it has a means.” For the Kabbalists, the language is creative and Torah contains all text, all the combinations that can be taken to create other worlds and other realities. Kabbalists understand that God’s name is made up of all the letters in the alphabet and this therefore has multiple ways. God used the letters to create the universe through its emanations or sefirot.

Basically, we all want to understand the meaning of our lives.

This article was written by Psalm Triginta