ich muss gestehen, dass ich nicht die geringste ahnung hab´, was "kabbala" ist oder sein soll. interessiert mich auch absolut-rein-überhaupt-ganz-und-gar-nicht, weil´s eh nur wieder ein buch ist
übrigens ist der jesus bis heute, auch von den esoterikern, grossteils missverstanden worden! der hat sehr viele AUSSAGEN über ENERGIE gemacht. aber ausser mir und wenigen anderen hat das scheinbar niemals jemand durchschaut.
Woher weisst Du von Jesus, wenn nicht aus einem Buch?
Ich habe in dem Forum Religion & Spiritualität einen Thread initiert - Jesus: Durchschaut - , in dem Du bis jetzt nichts geschrieben hast. (?)
BTW In den Schriften der Kabbalah werden die spirituellen Symbole aus der Bibel gedeutet, wie sie auch von Jesus durchschaut waren.
"Kabalah, also spelled Kabbala, Kabalah, Kabala, Cabala, Cabbala, Cabalah, Cabbalah, Qabala, Qabbala, Qabalah and Qabbalah.
Generically, Jewish mysticism in all its forms; a mystical Hebrew study of methods for controlling spirits and demons; Jewish mystical tradition.
Specifically, the Jewish esoteric theosophy; the system of esoteric mystical speculation and practice that developed during the 12th-century and crystallized in 13th-century Spain and Provence, France, around Sefer ha-zohar (The Book of Splendor), referred to as the Zohar, and generated all later mystical movements in Judaism. It is largely mathematical in nature, concentrating on the configurations of certain magical words, anagrams, names of angels, etc.
The word 'Kabbalah' is derived from the root 'to receive, to accept', and in many cases is used synonymously with 'tradition'. Kabbalistic interest, at first confined to a select few, became the preoccupation of large numbers of Jews following their expulsion from Spain (1492) and Portugal (1495).
Like every other Jewish religious expression, Kabbalah was based on the Old Testament revelation. The revealed text was interpreted with the aid of various hermeneutic techniques. Of the many methods available, the Kabbalists most frequently used three forms of letter and number symbolism: gematria, notarikon, and temurah.
The classic document of the Kabbalistic tradition, the Zohar, was compiled by Moses de Leon about 1290. The doctrine of creation was built on a theory of emanations and asserted that the world derived from the transcendent and unknowable God through a series of increasingly material manifestations (sephirot). The sephirot form the central image of Kabbalistic meditation, the Sephirothic Tree of Life, which describes the path of descent from the divine to the material realm, and the path of ascent to the highest level of spirituality. Each sephirath is a level of attainment in knowledge, corresponding to energy centers in the body, and is also divided into four interlocking sections or 'Worlds', which constitute the cosmos: emanation (Atziluth), creation (Briah), formation (Yetzirah), and action or making (Assiyah). Through contemplation and meditation, similar to Eastern yogic disciplines, the Kabbalist ascends the tree of life. The sephirot also comprise the sacred, unknowable, and unspeakable personal name of God: YHVH (Yahweh), the Tetragrammaton. So sacred is the Tetragrammaton that other names, such as Elohim and Jehovah, are substituted in its place in scripture. A more systematic presentation of the basic doctrine is contained in Moses Cordovero's Pardes rimmonim (Garden of Pomegranates, 1548). Kabbalah was a major influence in the development of Hasidism and still has adherents among Hasidic Jews. The Kabbalah, with its amulets, incantations, demonology, seals, and letter and number mysticism, had a profound influence on Western magical tradition. The Tetragrammaton especially was held in great awe for its power over all things in the universe,
including demons. See Rosicrucians.
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Endless Light; The Ancient Path of the Kabbalah to Love, Spiritual
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Music and Kabbalah.
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Psychology and Kabbalah.
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