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About this course For hundreds of years, Kabbalah has been perceived as a body of secret theoretical and practical knowledge concerning creation, the divine world, and human interaction with it. Kabbalistic theories and practices will be studied through reading and analyzing primary sources the Kabbalistic texts themselves as well as applying the most up-to-date secondary literature academic research The course presents a variety of different perspectives on the themes it covers.
What you'll learn The main concepts, doctrines, and practices of Kabbalah The historical development of Kabbalah from medieval to modern times, including its major schools, central texts, and main figures The historical significance of Kabbalah, and the cultural roles it has played from the late medieval to the modern periods.
Lessons Program and Schedule Lesson 1. Introduction: Kabbalah and its Academic study The lesson will introduce you to Kabbalah and to its academic study. Lesson 2. We will also explore the concept of God as En-Sof the Infinite and its relationship with the sefirot.
Lesson 3. The Inner Life of God: The Dynamics within the Sefirot We will explore the interrelation of the different sefirot and the effect of their inner dynamics on the lower realms. We will also learn about Kabbalistic theories of the formation of evil and Kabbalistic demonology.
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Lesson 4. Human Influence on the Divine We will learn about the theories and practices of the kabbalists that relate to their belief in the ability of human beings to influence and repair the divine. Lesson 5. Lesson 6.
Kabbalistic Perceptions of the Human Body and Soul We will explore Kabbalistic perceptions of the human body and the structure of the soul, and the structural resemblance between the human body and the structure of the sefirot. We will discuss different notions of reincarnation as well the idea of possession dybuk and exorcism, which is still practiced by Kabbalists today. Lesson 7.
Lesson 8. We will also discuss the Christian Kabbala. Lesson 9.
Others hold that non-divine spiritual entities were indeed created by God as a means for exacting his will. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. However, the Kabbalists explained a number of scriptural passages in reference to Gilgulim. Two metaphors are used to describe the sephirot , their theocentric manifestation as the Trees of Life and Knowledge, and their anthropocentric correspondence in man, exemplified as Adam Kadmon. As early as the 1st century BCE Jews believed that the Torah and other canonical texts contained encoded messages and hidden meanings.
Kabbalah and Modernity We will explore Kabbalah and modernity in its main schools of Hasidism, Lithuanian Kabbalah, and the school of Shalom Sharaabi as well as the contemporary revival of Kabbalah. Meet your instructors IsraelX.
bbmpay.veritrans.co.id/conocer-chica-en-fuensalida.php Boaz Huss Prof. Description Students of literature, philosophy and religion who have any sympathy with the Occult Sciences may well pay some attention to the Kabalah of the Hebrew Rabbis of olden times; for whatever faith may be held by the enquirer he will gain not only knowledge, but also will broaden his views of life and destiny, by comparing other forms of religion with the faith and doctrines in which he has been nurtured, or which he has adopted after reaching full age and powers of discretion.
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