By Michael Laitman
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They do not. All the stories in Kabbalah should be noted that even describe one’s connection to the Creator, though Kabbalists ascribe one’s level of altruism, and one’s efforts to this work to Adam, there is become one. ” HaMalaach Raziel comes from the Hebrew words Malaach (angel), Raz (secret), and El (God). Thus, HaMalaach Raziel reveals to us the secrets of the Creator. 52 A G uide to the H idden W isdom of K abbalah If you browse The Angel of God’s Secret, it is evident that the author is not an uncivilized, uneducated mammoth hunter.
Despite his youth, he immediately started teaching Kabbalah. For a year and a half, his disciple, Rav Chaim Vital, committed to paper the answers to many of the questions that arose during his studies. In fact, the Ari didn’t write anything himself. “The writings of the Ari” are in fact, the notes that Chaim Vital took while studying with his master. The Ari’s important works include The Tree of Life, Mavo She’arim (Entrance to the Gates), Sha’ar HaKavanot (The Gateway of Intentions), and Sha’ar HaGilgulim (The Gateway of Reincarnation).
Many brows were raised at this step, but the 36-year-old Ari knew what the generation needed, and the Ramak acknowledged it. A Method that Suits Its Time Rabbi Isaac Luria was born in Jerusalem in 1534. A child when his father died, his mother took him to Egypt, where he grew up in his uncle’s home. During his life in Egypt, he made his living in commerce but devoted most of his time to studying Kabbalah. Legend has it that he spent 7 years in isolation on the island of Roda, on the Nile, where he studied The Zohar, books by the first Kabbalists, and writings of the Ramak.
A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah by Michael Laitman