Based on the belief that Kabbalah should be lived, not merely studied, Yehuda Berg’s latest book presents a practical, systematic approach to integrating the insights of millennia-old wisdom into daily life in order to achieve total fulfillment. Drawing on his popular workshops and courses, Living Kabbalah guides readers through this process, showing how to overcome the negative thoughts and patterns that hold them back; create positive change in their life; unlock their potential for greatness; achieve true prosperity and live with abundance; and reconnect with their dreams and make them happen. An engaging blend of explanation, inspiration, and motivation, Living Kabbalah includes exercises, self-assessments, and suggestions for journaling, as well as meditations and other tools, that anyone can follow and use as a pathway to transforming their lives. The book is an official publication of the Kabbalah Centre International, with a huge worldwide constituency.
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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 magazine’s The Gentlemen’s 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.
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Book Description Kabbalah Publishing, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111571895914