The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary by Rav Michael LaitmanThe Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary by Rav Michael Laitman

The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary

byRav Michael Laitman

Hardcover | October 8, 2008

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The Zohar: annotations to the Ashlag Commentary elucidates Kabbalah's primary source of wisdom-The Book of Zohar (The Book of Radiance). This is a book to read with patience, contemplating each sentence as one unveils its meanings. As the text covers its theme-the revelation of the Creator-from many different angles, it allows us to find the phrases or words that will carry us into the depths of this profound and timeless wisdom.
Title:The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag CommentaryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:520 pages, 10.46 × 7.36 × 1.49 inPublished:October 8, 2008Publisher:Bnei Baruch, Laitman KabbalahLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1897448090

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A book that is a gift to mankind I think The Book of Zohar is a gift to mankind, and Dr. Laitman has provided access to the wisdom of Kabbalah to all who desire it. For me, he has made understanding the difficult concepts of partzufim, sefirot, receiving and giving, etc. easy to grasp. The Zohar is a book to be relished as a precious opening into the spiritual worlds for each of us as we learn and explore the many layers of wisdom and apply them to our lives. I have been seeking an authentic perspective on Kabbalah, and Dr. Michael Laitman offers this and makes study easy by explaining the unfamiliar words and expressions that appear in the book. He includes translations of the Aramaic and his own explanations throughout the text. All of which serves to make this ancient text comprehensible to everyone at any stage of learning.
Date published: 2011-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Essential for any serious student of Kabbalah! This book is a must for any serious student of Kabbalah interested in delving into the mysteries of the ancient Kabbalistic volumes of The Book of Zohar. The Book of Zohar was written by Rabbi Shimon Bar-Yochai in the second century CE. In the 1930s-40s, Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag wrote an extensive commentary on The Book of Zohar called HaSulam (The Ladder) and suddenly the wisdom of Kabbalah contained in The Book of Zohar became more accessible to us. Michael Laitman, in The Zohar, has taken the Ashlag commentary and provided us with an in-depth understanding of the first "book" in The Book of Zohar with 'The Introduction of the Book of Zohar.' This seminal Kabbalistic text is written in a form of "code" and is difficult to understand without assistance from a Kabbalist. Laitman explains in current English the various terms, names, titles and abbreviations that appear throughout The Book of Zohar. He then provides an English translation from the original Aramaic to each paragraph followed by a blending of Ashlag's commentary on the text and his own detailed explanations before moving on to the next paragraph. The Zohar is an incredible gift to humanity at this point in our collective evolution and Laitman has opened the doors wide for us to access the wisdom of Kabbalah. Laitman provides us with clear understandings of concepts occurring throughout The Book of Zohar, such as Partzufim, Sefirot, Worlds, perceived Lights, concealment, revelation, Kelim, reception, bestowal and many more. The Zohar is a book to be savoured slowly, each taste of it deepening the desire for more. This book is an essential addition to the library of any serious student of Kabbalah.
Date published: 2009-08-11