kabbalah

Kabbala is a type of mystical Jewish philosophy used to garner a deeper understanding of Torah and the world. The word is Hebrew for "that which is received." It is sometimes thought of as the "soul" of the Torah or the "inner Torah." One of the pillars of Kabbala is a book called 'The Zohar.' It was written around 135 CE by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.
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The stance of the Kabbalah of Information

“They shall make an ark... two and a half cubits its length, a cubit and a half its width, and a cubit and a half its height.”

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
30/11/2021

Kabbalah of Information: The Theory of Likeness

The Book of Shemot, Parashat Terumah: "The Ark shall be a precise blend of acacia wood, two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide and a cubit and a half high."

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
27/09/2021

And G-d said, 'Let us make man in our image, after our likeness'

Theory of Likeness Part 1

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
17/10/2021
Noah and the flood

Kabbalah of Information: 'The Theory of Evil - Part I'

'Evil does not abide with you' (Psalms 5:5) - The Informational Structure of Creation. The Fundamental Laws and Principles. The Informational Concept of Evil.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
17/10/2021

'Lucky Chameleon': An intriguing new art exhibit in Tel Aviv

Khen Shish's dynamism, naturally, spills out onto the canvas or, in this case, paper when she picks up a paintbrush and the muse hits her.

14/10/2021

AstroloJew: The tempting triggers of the month of Heshvan

Make Heshvan “ram” (high) and not “mar” (bitter) by tempering triggers, responding and not reacting, and thinking twice and then twice more before acting.

By LORELAI KUDE
03/10/2021

This week in Jerusalem: Biggest trauma

A weekly round-up of city affairs.

15/09/2021

Benny Gal: A man of vision and action… and my mentor

I’m at the crossroads of a major successful breakthrough which I’ll now share with my beloved coach Benny at his place of rest. I will miss him dearly.

By Roy Scher
02/09/2021
Jerusalem Post virtual Shabbat experience

Jerusalem Post virtual, global Kabbalat Shabbat

Get into the Shabbat spirit with prayer, song, mysticism, meditation and words of Torah from around the world.

The title page of the first printed edition of the Zohar from Mantua, Italy in 1558

Everything you need to know to navigate learning Kabbalah

Read about two books that explore the development of the study of Kabbalah - how did it become so popular?

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