Kabbalistic Healing: A Path to an Awakened Soul

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The first type is characterized by the quest for God--or, more precisely, for access to a supernatural realm, which is itself still infinitely remote from the inaccessible deity--by means of ecstatic experiences; this method is sometimes tainted by theurgy. Yet in Judaism, most of these cosmological issues are wide open to personal opinion. While rationalism attempts to solve the ultimate problems of existence by the application of the intellect and the imagination, mysticism takes account of the cravings of the heart and of the great fact of the soul.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Inner Traditions (August 24, 2004)

ISBN: 1594770158

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