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kabbalah

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A system of eclectic mysticism and healing based on ancient Jewish tradition involving angelology, demonology, meditation, prayers and ritual.
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Becker's text draws on the Gnostic traditions and the kabbala in order to show how Dany's gradual understanding of his culture empowers him to face the challenges of his life.
In 'n artikel oor die beginsels van die moderne Kabbala skryf Drob (The New Kabbalah) dat die bekendste en belangrikste uitvloeisel daarvan die Teosofiese Kabbala is.
Blanchot intuits that Kafka's forays into the liminal reaches of solitude and language bring him into the mysterious and secretive place of a potential Kabbala (The Work of Fire 18).
Por ejemplo, al introducirse la teosofia en Buenos Aires anuncio la creacion de la Facultad de Ciencias Hermeticas con cinco catedras: ocultismo en General, Kabbala, Ocultismo Practico, Terapeutico Oculta y Magnetismo Trascendental.
Moshe, the Kabbala teacher turned into a prophet of doom, is actually a witness of catastrophe turned into messenger of death and emptied of his Jewish faith: "Moshe had changed.
Kabbala has its own attractions, not least of them being Sophia (Isis), an androgynous female wisdom figure who was co-creator of the world.
This was influenced by the belief system known as Kabbala.
Then too, the poems to his mother and to Gershom Scholem, the great historian of kabbala, for examples, are so directly "personal" that Celan's hesitancy to see them in print before he was absolutely certain he had realized them is not beyond reasonable speculation.
In defiance of those who have called "Ave" Dante Gabriel's "most Catholic poem," Nathan Cervo argues that "elements creep in which seem to support a nonecclesiastical, Gnostic, and even Manichaean interpretation," pointing to signs of indebtedness to "the Kabbala, gnosis, the emanational neoplatonism of Philo Judaeus, and .
If they are good people that is all I care about" - Madonna (pictured), a follower of the Jewish kabbala tradition.
26) See, notably, Christian Knorr von Rosenroth, Kabbala Denudata, sive Doctrina Hebraeorum Transcendentalis et Metaphysica Atque Theologia (Sulzbach, 1677-78).
Rabbi Epstein explains that the conventions of gender in Kabbala echo the physical differences between man and women.