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In Judaism

Is Kabbalah Jewish Mysticism?

Although Kabbalah does contain aspects of mysticism, that is far from what Kabbalah is. Real Kabbalah (as opposed to the new-age cult that many famous people belong to) is the (MORE)
In Judaism

How popular is Kabbalah?

Probably too popular. According to Jewish tradition, one needs to  be thoroughly learned in such subjects as Talmud and halakha before  attempting kabbalah, which is deeeper (MORE)
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What are the main beliefs in kabbalah?

Authentic Kabbalah does not deal in belief. That is how it differs  from religion. Instead, Kabbalah is a method that aims to reveal  the Creator to the creatures. However, (MORE)

Has Avril Lavigne converted to Kabbalah?

She wears a red string and some of her tattoos have Kabbalist  significance. However, real Kabbalah is the advanced study of  Tanach (Jewish Bible) and is not a religion tha (MORE)
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Is the kabbalah a book?

No, the Kabbalah is a portion of Jewish thought and learning. It is the mystical portion of Judaism and encompasses hundreds of books. Some of the more well-known texts of Kab (MORE)

Why are the coconut trees called the tree of life?

All parts of the coconut palm are useful, and the trees have a comparatively high yield (up to 75 fruits per year); it therefore has significant economic value. The name for t (MORE)

What are the main beliefs of Kabbalah?

God is neither spirit nor matter. God is unknowable and yet is seen  through the Universe. The human soul has three elements:  nefesh (source of physical and psychological n (MORE)
In Judaism

Is kabbalah good for you?

The science of Kabbalah is not only good for you, it is essential!    "The science of Kabbalah was revealed by Abraham in ancient Babylon. He revealed it as a method of (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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