Waxman tour

Bob Waxman, the author of Kabbalah Simply Stated issued a press release: ” Announces His New Schedule of Kabbalah Educational Events”. However the events are not listed in the press release itself. It took a bit of thinking to find them on his poorly designed website, but then the state was not listed. It looks to me that he is doin a small circle in his neighborhood only. None of…

Sasson: A Wish Can Change Your Life

The Portland Tribune has an interviewisharticle with Gahl Sasson on his new book: “A Wish Can Change Your Life: How to Use the Ancient Wisdom of Kabbalah to Make Your Dreams Come True.” The article doesn’t provide any earthshattering insights. Neither do the Amazon reviews and descriptions. The former does lash out againt the LA base Kabbalah Center and I suspect the authors, also from LA have an antagonistic relationships…

Soul = umbilical cord

Fort Wayne’s News Sentinel had a short summary of a workshpo in Ohio titles The Spark Within Me: My Soul. In the course of the straightforward account were these lines: In his book “Practical Kabbalah,” the Rabbi Laibl Wolf devoted a section to describing the soul under the heading “Who Am I?””You probably think of a soul as some deep point within,” he wrote. “This concept is quite foreign to…

Kabbalah for Simpletons

Rabbi Max Weiman updated the list of books on his Kabbalah Made Easy website. It includes now 14 books, and a recommendation of all of R. Mattisyahu Glazerson’s works. I appreciate that his own books are not listed there, only on his store page.I cannot resist passing this usability comment. The button leading to the page reads: “further study”. The title on the page reads: “Kabbalah Made Easy Recommended Reading…