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The Open Book

By Rav Michael Laitman

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Book Id: WPLBN0000693012
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Reproduction Date: 2006

Title: The Open Book  
Author: Rav Michael Laitman
Language: English
Subject: Non-Fiction, Religion, Kabbalah Literature
Collections: Education, Critical Thinking, Authors Community, Logic, Most Popular Books in China, Astronomy, Religion, Literature, Language, Favorites in India, Science
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The Open Book presents the principles of the ancient scientific wisdom of authentic Kabbalah, along with explanations of its basic rules. Kabbalah is a practical method for transcending the limits of one's senses and acquiring a new sense that opens the gate to the Spiritual World, while still living in this world. Rav Laitman clearly explains what goes on behind the scenes in the development of one's soul and the step-by-step attainment of the Upper Worlds. For anyone who wants to understand why our lives develop the way they do, and what we should do to make them develop differently, Laitman sheds light on every stage in the corporal and spiritual life of one who wants to be exposed to this wondrous wisdom. Throughout time, man has sought answers to the fundamental questions of life: who am I? What is the purpose of my being here? Why was the world created and is there life after death. Each of us tries our best to find the answers in our own unique way and through the sources of information at our disposal. Each of us creates his or her own unique perspective on life, depending on what we discover, and the confidence we place in our source of information. The question of the meaning of our lives adds a global dimension to our everyday torments. And indeed, why are we destined to suffer so? That question relentlessly irritates us, denying us of satisfaction even when we do succeed in satisfying one of our mundane desires...

Excerpt: But sooner or later everyone finds out that they can no longer deny reality. Humanity continuously seeks logical justification to our existence. Man has tried to inquire and interpret nature for thousands of years. Contemporary scientists have learned that the more they progress in their scientific research, the more the picture of the world that they discover becomes obscure and difficult to grasp. Contemporary science books look more and more like science fiction, but still they fail to provide us with a clear answer as to the essence of the meaning of life. The wisdom of Kabbalah, offers a clear and proven method to understand the meaning of our lives and our objective in the universe. That method focuses on the development of man?s ability to sense a hidden part of reality. The word Kabbalah stems from the Hebrew word lekabel (to receive), and it expresses man?s aspiration for higher knowledge, to feel and see the broad and real picture of the universe. Kabbalists tell us about practical methods that are based on their own personal experience. Their books convey the method to investigate the reality of that world, to attain and find the answer to the question of the essence of all life. The website kabbalah is maintained by the group of kabbalists Bnei Baruch. Bnei Baruch.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents 1 The Meaning of My Life 2 View on Evolution from the Perspective of Kabbalah 3 Reincarnation 4 Kabbalah is a Science 5 About the Structure of Creation 6 About the World 7 The Purpose of Reincarnation According to the Zohar 8 The Language of the Spiritual World 9 To Feel Another World 10 The Language of the Kabbalists 11 Four Degrees in the Development of the Desire 12 Some Thoughts 13 Freedom of Choice 14 Some Questions 15 The Aim During the Study Shortens the Time of Correction 16 The Contemporary Generation of Kabbalah 17 Introduction to the Zohar, Who is to Blame?


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