Summary

Kabbalah. The word itself is feminine, meaning "receiving", yet women have long been excluded from the pursuit of this Jewish mystical tradition. In The Woman's Kabbalah, Rabbi Tirzah Firestone opens a treasury of meditations and practices especially for women interested in this path to inner knowing. Through chant, meditation, and journaling, you will learn how to spark, explore, and express your spiritual self according to the Kabbalah's once-guarded instructions.
Included are specific techniques for contacting and creating a relationship with your maggid (personal spirit guide), connecting with your soul-family, and integrating the Tree of Life into your body and soul.
©2005 Rabbi Tirzah Firestone (P)2005 Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
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By Pao Granados on 04-03-16

Useful and synthesis

This book was a present, It has become my favorite Audible for how entertaining, useful and deep it is. Rabi Tirza is wonderful, I wish I had a Rabi like this nearby. It's a practical day to day kabbalah.

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